Must-see attractions in Santa Maria Novella

  • Basilica of Santa Maria Novella, one of the most important Gothic churches in Tuscany.

    Basilica di Santa Maria Novella

    Santa Maria Novella

    The striking green-and-white marble facade of 13th- to 15th-century Basilica di Santa Maria Novella fronts an entire monastical complex, comprising…

  • FLORENCE, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 21: General view of the english artist Tony Cragg's exhibition "Transfer" preview at Museo Novecento on September 21, 2022 in Florence, Italy. (Photo by Roberto Serra - Iguana Press/Getty Images)

    Museo Novecento

    Santa Maria Novella

    Don't allow the Renaissance to distract you from Florence's fantastic modern art museum, at home in a 13th-century pilgrim shelter, hospital and school. A…

  • Basilica di Santa Trinità

    Santa Maria Novella

    Built in Gothic style and later given a mannerist facade, this 14th-century church shelters some of the city's finest frescoes. Right of the main altar,…

  • Museo Marino Marini

    Santa Maria Novella

    Deconsecrated in the 19th century, Chiesa di San Pancrazio is home to this small art museum displaying sculptures by Pistoia-born sculptor Marino Marini …

  • Street Levels Gallery

    Santa Maria Novella

    Take a break from Renaissance art with this pioneering urban street-art gallery. Exhibitions showcase the work of local street artists, including street…

  • Park of Cascine (Parco delle Cascine), Florence (Firenze), Tuscany, Italy, Europe

    Parco delle Cascine

    Santa Maria Novella

    Florence's largest park is dotted with playgrounds and is a great place to let the little 'uns loose. Families take over at weekends and the park is a…

  • Chiesa d'Ognissanti

    Santa Maria Novella

    Stroll along Borgo d'Ognissanti from Piazza Carlo Goldoni towards ancient city gate Porta al Prato, past antiques shops and designer boutiques, to reach…

  • Palazzo Antinori

    Santa Maria Novella

    One of Florence's most beautiful 'small' palazzi, this golden abode was built in 1465 for Giovanni Boni, a very rich member of the Money Changing Guild,…