The house, which was opened to the public in 2007, is home to the Foundation Parchi Monumentali Bardini Peyron and also houses the collection of the fashion designer Capucci, the Pietro Annigoni Museum, and the Tuscan Horticultural Society.

In the rooms on the first floor alternating temporary exhibitions show among others the Macchiaioli painters. In the auditorium on the ground floor, the Foundation organizes every year a number of events, conferences, concerts and this year a course dedicated to the restoration of historic gardens. Students have the opportunity to use the site to learn more about many species of plants and about numerous issues related to the preservation and maintenance of historic gardens.

The villa opens its doors to meetings related to the culture of wine and olive oil in Tuscany. With its fully equipped kitchen it can accommodate meetings that bind culture and all forms of Tuscan arts and crafts ranging from the garden to the kitchen.