The Ferragamo Museum, opened in 1995, is housed in the Palazzo Spini Feroni on Piazza Santa Trinita, a 13th century former residential palace that Ferragamo bought in the 1930s to serve as his company headquarters and workshop. The museum’s collection started with a staggering 10,000 shoes created by Ferragamo from the 1920s until 1960, and has grown after his death. Exhibits are rotated every couple of years, and there are also temporary exhibits on display from time to time.
The museum is closed on Tuesdays, and admission is €5. Also located in the Palazzo Spini Feroni is a Ferragamo shop, so you can browse the goods and maybe bring home a little something for yourself, too.