The Garden of Archimedes is a museum dedicated to mathematics in Florence that aims to enhance public understanding and perception of mathematics. The museum has many hands-on exhibits for both adults and children and is divided into different sections that relate to different ways of discovering mathematics: Beyond compasses: the geometry of curves, Pythagoras and his theorem, A bridge over the Mediterranean, Helping Nature: from Galileo's Mechanics to everyday life, Weapons of mass education, A short history of calculus, A short history of trigonometry, Ancient mathematics through stamps, and Pink Numbers – Women and Mathematics.
From 3 September
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Sundays: the Museum is open only in occasion of special events or activities announced on this website.
open only for for groups upon reservation
The museum is closed on Saturdays, national holidays and
during the whole month of August.
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Via di San Bartolo a Cintoia 19A, Florence
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