These three adjoining parks take up a vast green area in the north of Florence.
The Villa Fabbricotti has a monumental entrance and a beautiful villa in the middle. The natural environment, which consists of a wide assortment of (very old) trees, is embellished with temples, marble statues, and stone basins.
The Giardino Baden Powell, named after the founder of the Scouting, is characterized by a cosy children area and picnic tables.
The Museo Stibbert Garden, which surrounds the museum, is a very interesting place thanks to its esoteric traits, culminating in a small Egyptian temple that faces an artificial pond.
Entrance Parco di Villa Fabbricotti: Via Vittorio Emanuele II, 24
Entrance Giardino Baden Powell: from Parco di Villa Fabbricotti or next to the entrance of the Museo Stibbert Garden
Entrance Giardino del Museo Stibbert: Via Stibbert, 26