The house and furnishings were left to the Region of Tuscany by Rodolfo Siviero in his will in 1983. It is home to the private collection of the so-called "James Bond of the art world", renown for his work in recovering a great number of works of art stolen from Italy during the Second World War.


Spot light

 The exhibition "La Rivista di Firenze"
Up to 28 of September 2015 is open the exhibition "La Rivista di Firenze. A page of Tuscan culture of the twentieth century"
The small villa on Lungarno Serristori, now known as Casa Siviero, from November 1924 to May 1925 was the seat of "La Rivista di Firenze", a magazine of literature and art. La Rivista was founded in February 1924 under the direction of the writer and philosopher Paolo Mix, who gathered around him a group of young intellectuals, including Giorgio Castelfranco. He became the main supporter of the Rivista and moved the seat to his home in Lungarno Serristori. Castelfranco orientated it to the prom...

Opening times

Saturday, 10.00 am - 6.00 pm (from September to June); 10.00 am-2.00 pm and 3.00 pm-7.00 pm (July-August);
Sunday and Monday 10.00 am -1.00 pm (all year round).

The Museum will be open on the following public holidays if they fall on a Saturday, Sunday or Monday, 25 April, 2 June, 1 November, 8 December. The Museum is closed on the following public holidays: 1 January, 1 May, 24 June, 15 August, 25 & 26 December.

For special group visits, pleae send an email or send booking form by clicking on Information and then Booking.

Entry free of charge

Virtual tour

Tour the virtual rooms of the museum and watch the films.

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