Cortile di MichelozzoThe inner courtyard pretends symmetry through refined design, although in reality it is not symmetrical. In addition, the decoration of the stone interior walls and various statues catch the eye.
Giardino MediceoPaths paved with mosaics and citrus trees decorate thegarden of the palazzo, which, like the courtyard, was still created while the building belonged to the Medici.
Cappella dei MagiOn the second floor is the Chapel of the Magi, named for the representation of the Magi decorating the walls: here the Medici family, the patron, is also artfully incorporated in the colorful frescoes by Benozzo Gozzoli.
Galleria di Luca Giordano (Mirror Gallery)The ceiling fresco of the magnificent hall was designed by Luca Giordano, as well as the painted mirrors of the gallery. This room was created in the years 1682 to 1685 after the sale of the palazzo to the Riccardi family.
Museo dei Marmi (Marble Museum)The collection of antique marble busts and statues, coming from the Riccardi's stock, can be visited here since 2005 and is part of the exhibition areas of Palazzo Medici Ricccardi.