The museum and its history

Medici's Collecting
View of the Hall of Geographical Maps,  or Guardaroba, with the globe in the center built by Egnazio Danti, Palazzo Vecchio, Florence
Egnazio Danti, Map of the Moluccan Islands, Palazzo Vecchio, Florence
3D reconstruction of the Stanzino delle Matematiche by the Multimedia Laboratory of the Museo Galileo
Detail of the ceiling of the Stanzino delle Matematiche by Giulio Parigi, Uffizi Gallery, Florence
Coat of arms of the Accademia del Cimento, in Lorenzo Magalotti, I Saggi di naturali esperienze fatte nell'Accademia del Cimento
Showcase of the exhibition hall dedicated to "The Accademia del Cimento: art and science of experimentation", Museo Galileo, Florence
Showcase of the exhibition hall dedicated to the Accademia del Cimento, Florence, Museo Galileo, Florence
Spiral thermometers of the Accademia del Cimento held in the Museo Galileo in Florence
Gasparo Martellini, A meeting of the Accademia del Cimento, Galileo Tribune, Florence
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Lorenese collecting
Aniello Lamberti, View of Palazzo Torrigiani, seat of  the Museo di Fisica e Storia Naturale (La Specola), Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze
Giuseppe Martelli, Vestibule and part of the interior of the Tribune of Galileo, c. 1841. Florence, Gabinetto Disegni e Stampe e degli Uffizi
Giuseppe Martelli, Interior of the Tribune of Galileo, c. 1841. Florence, Gabinetto Disegni e Stampe e degli Uffizi
Interior of the Tribune of Galileo, historical photo
Showcases of the Tribune of Galileo containing various thermometers of the Accademia del Cimento, topographic instruments and other scientific instruments. Historical photo
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Since 1927
Exhibition hall with Volta's instruments of the Institute and Museum of the History of Science, Florence
Tools used by the astronomer Gian Domenico Cassini for the determination of the sundial in the Basilica in Bologna in the year 1655, on display at the First National Exhibition of the History of Science
First National Exhibition of the History of Science (1929): overview of the Florence hall
First National Exhibition of the History of Science (1929): overview of the Florence hall
Chemistry room of the Royal Institute of Higher and Practical Studies, with Peter Leopold’s Chemistry Cabinet
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Museo Galileo today
Museo Galileo, Exhibition Hall dedicated to The Medici Collections
Museo Galileo, Exhibition Hall dedicated to Astronomy and Time
Museo Galileo, Exhibition Hall dedicated to Astronomy and Time
Museo Galileo, Exhibition Hall dedicated to The Representation of the World
Museo Galileo, Exhibition Hall dedicated to The Science of Warfare
Museo Galileo, Exhibition Hall dedicated to Galileo’s New World
Museo Galileo, Exhibition Hall dedicated to Galileo’s New World
Museo Galileo, Exhibition Hall dedicated to The Lorraine Collections
Museo Galileo, Exhibition Hall dedicated to The Spectacle of Science
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