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Museums in Florence

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Uffizi Gallery
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4.2(45.5K)

Explore a vast collection of masterpieces at the renowned Uffizi Gallery, showcasing art by luminaries such as Caravaggio, Michelangelo, Raphael, and da Vinci. Dive into our selection of Uffizi Gallery tickets to benefit from skip-the-line entry, expert-guided tours, and combo offers with the neighboring Accademia Gallery

Accademia Gallery
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4.2(44.7K)

At the Accademia Gallery in Florence, enjoy magnificent artwork by revered artists such as Giambologna, Jacopo di Cione, and of course, Michelangelo. Peruse our curation of Accademia Gallery tickets and enjoy skip-the-line access, guided tours, and combo tours with the Uffizi Gallery.

Palazzo Vecchio
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4.1(4.5K)

The revered Palazzo Vecchio has been home to Florence's civic power for over seven centuries. Designed using Renaissance and Romanesque architecture, it is one of the most-visited attractions in the city. Browse through our extensive collection of tickets to get skip-line entry, guided tours, and combo experiences.

Bargello National Museum
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4.3(2K)

Enter the Bargello National Museum to view an extensive collection of works from the Renaissance period by masters such as Donatello, Luca della Robbia, Verrocchio, and Cellini. Also, check out its display of 15th-century coins, textiles, and armor.

Medici Chapel
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4.4(1.7K)

Attached to the Basilica San Lorenzo are the New Sacristy, a mortuary chapel for members of the Medici Family, and the enormous dome of the Cappella dei Principi. Constructed by various Renaissance artists, visit this marvel with skip-the-line tickets.

Hzero - The Miniature Railway
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Spend a few hours at Hzero Museum and be in awe of its intricately created 280 square meter model miniature railway system with entry tickets. Initiated as a hobby by Giuseppe Castello, this miniature model has grown to become the largest of its kind!

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the top 3 museums in Florence?
Which is the most-visited museum in Florence?

The Uffizi Gallery is the most-visited museum in Florence, recording over four million visitors in 2022.

What are some must-see artifacts or exhibits in the museums of Florence?
  1. Andrea del Verrocchio and Leonardo da Vinci Annunciation's “Annunciation” - Uffizi Gallery
  2. David of Michelangelo - Galleria dell'Accademia di Firenze
  3. Lorenzo Ghiberti's “The Gates of Paradise” - Museo dell'Opera del Duomo di Santa Maria del Fiore
Are there any unique museums in Florence?
  1. La Specola Zoological Museum | Science
  2. Stibbert Museum | Art and History
  3. Musée Salvatore Ferragamo | Fashion
  4. Opificio delle Pietre Dure | Art and Nature
  5. Bardini Museum | Diverse Art
How much do museum tickets usually cost in Florence?

Tickets to the Uffizi Gallery begin from €34, while tickets to other museums may vary from €10 - €40.

Are there any discounts on Florence museum tickets for kids?

Yes. Discounts are available on Florence museum tickets for kids. Some museums in Florence also offer free admission to kids under 18 if they have ID proof.

Are there any free museums in Florence?
  1. Loggia dei Lanzi
  2. Complex of Santa Maria Novella
  3. Palazzo Vecchio
  4. Brancacci Chapel
  5. Bargello Museum

    These museums are free on the first Sunday of every month.
Are there any hidden gems or lesser-known museums in Florence worth visiting?
Is there an age limit for entering museums in Florence?

No, there isn’t an age limit for entering museums in Florence. Visitors of all ages can freely enter, but children might need a guardian with them when visiting certain museums in Florence.

Are museums in Florence accessible to all?

Yes. Museums in Florence are accessible to all, including visitors with mobility issues and other disabilities.

What facilities are available for visitors with special needs?
  • Audio guides
  • Accessible entrances
  • Accessible parking
  • Rented wheelchairs
  • Ramps
  • Elevators
Is there a dress code for museums in Florence?

While there isn’t a dress code for museums in Florence, ensure you wear respectful clothing. Museums are formal places with significant history, so avoid wearing shorts and T-shirts.

Do museums in Florence involve a lot of walking?

You'll typically need 3-4 hours to explore a museum in Florence, do expect a fair amount of walking between exhibits. Come prepared with shoes.

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