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Uffizi Gallery Tickets

- Access to Uffizi Gallery
- Skip-the-line entry
- Explore at your own pace
- Oprional hosted entry
- Optional audio guide access
- Duration: 1.5 hr

Cheapest option & allows you to set your own pace and delve deeper into specific area
Audio guide is available in English, Italian, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, Turkish, Portuguese, Polish, Dutch, and Korean
Uffizi Gallery Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

- Access to Uffizi Gallery
- Skip-the-line entry
- Professional multilingual guide
- Duration: 1.5 hr

Save time and get expert insights at best price
English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian
Combo (Save 5%): Uffizi + Accademia Gallery Guided Tour

- Access for Uffizi & Accademia Gallery
- Fast-track entry
- Choose the day of visit
- Professional multilingual guide
- Duration: Flexible

Budget-friendly option to explore independently with informative commentary at your own pace
English, Spanish, or Italian
Combo: Uffizi Entry + Accademia Gallery Entry Tickets with Host
- Access to Uffizi and Accademia - Hosted entry - Skip-the-line at Uffizi - Choose the day of visit - Explore at your own pace - Duration: Flexible
Explore Accademia & Uffizi at your pace, with expert insightgs from a guide
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Florence 5-Day Pass: Uffizi Gallery, Pitti Palace & Boboli Gardens Tickets

- Entry to Uffizi Gallery, Pitti Palace & Palatine Gallery, Boboli Gardens, Museum Opificio Delle Pietre Dure
and National Archaeological Museum
- Optional audio guide for Uffizi
- Duration: 5 days

Explore Florence's top attractions at your own pace over 5 days with one convenient pass
Audioguide is available in English, Italian, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, Turkish, Portuguese, Polish, Dutch, and Korean
Uffizi Gallery VIP Small-Group Guided Tour

- Access to Uffizi Gallery
- Skip-the-line entry
- Professional multilingual guide
- Small group (up to 15 people)
- Duration: 1.5-3 hr

Personalized & in-depth exploration with quicker entry and expert insights
English, Italian, and Spanish
Florence Half-Day Guided Tour: City Centre & Uffizi Gallery with Optional Lunch

- Walking tour of Florence city center
- Access to Uffizi Gallery
- Professional multilingual guide
- Optional lunch break
- Duration: 3 hr

Get expert insights on Florence and Uffizi Gallery. Option to add lunch
English and Spanish
Annunciation by Andrea del Verrocchio and Leonardo da Vinci

Paintings

The Uffizi boasts a vast collection of over 1,800 Renaissance paintings, featuring masterpieces by artists like Botticelli, Michelangelo, and Leonardo da Vinci. Some of the iconic works include The Birth of Venus, Annunciation, Madonna of the Goldfinch and Portrait of Pope Leo X.

Visitors stroll through Uffizi Gallery's hall adorned with ancient marble statues and richly detailed ceiling frescoes, absorbing the historical ambience of Florence

Ancient artifacts

The gallery holds about 600 artifacts from ancient civilizations, including intricately crafted vases, historically significant coins, and various archaeological discoveries. It also houses medieval and Renaissance-era objects such as furniture, clothing, ceramics, and more.

Tondo Doni by Michelangelo

Sculptures

Housing classical and Renaissance sculptures, the Uffizi displays works from ancient Roman to Neoclassical periods, including renowned statues and busts. Michelangelo's "Tondo Doni" and other legendary sculptures provide glimpses into classical artistry and cultural influences of the great age.

Historical book collection in Uffizi Gallery's library, with rows of ancient leather-bound texts displaying golden inscriptions, preserving Renaissance literary treasures

Books & archives

Besides the artworks, the gallery holds a library and archives containing over 140,000 prints and drawings, rare books, manuscripts, and documents related to art history, serving as valuable resources for researchers and scholars.

Art enthusiasts exploring the Department of Prints and Drawings at Uffizi Gallery, immersed in the study of framed masterpieces from the Renaissance era

Department of Prints and Drawings

The department preserves 100,000+ pieces, including sketches and decorative prints like woodcuts and engravings, offering insights into the evolution of printing techniques and artistic expression across different historical periods.

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Opulent red room in Uffizi Gallery with Renaissance sculptures and lavish golden framed paintings, intricate marble floor designs enhancing the historical art experience

Visitors approaching the grand entrance of Uffizi Gallery, walking through an elegant courtyard lined with classical columns and arches, showcasing the rich heritage of Florence
Unisex bathroom sign at Uffizi Gallery, indicating inclusive facilities for all visitors
Cloakroom inside Uffizi Gallery
  • Keep your ticket with you for the entirety of your visit as you may be asked to present it at any time.
  • Backpacks, bulky items, and large bags must be deposited in the cloakroom before entering certain exhibition areas.
  • Groups cannot exceed 16 people (28 for Boboli Gardens).
  • Mandatory for groups larger than six people, ensuring a quieter experience for other visitors.
  • Do not touch or place damaging objects on the art. Avoid writing or defacing surfaces.
  • Wear appropriate attire; avoid bathing suits or overly revealing clothing.
  • No flash, selfie sticks, or professional gear. Personal photography for study is allowed without extra lighting or easels.
  • Consuming food, alcohol, canned drinks, or metal objects like knives are forbidden.
  • Running, using trekking poles, introducing liquids (except LAG for medical reasons), smoking, and carrying dangerous items are forbidden.
The Neptune Fountain stands before the historical backdrop of Florence's Piazza della Signoria near Uffizi Gallery, a tip to visitors for enjoying the surrounding art and architecture
Pitti Palace in Florence with ornate Renaissance architecture, a beautifully manicured garden in the foreground, and the iconic Florentine skyline in the distance
Lush Boboli Gardens with a panoramic view of Florence, featuring a large ornamental pond, Neptune's Fountain, and the sweeping Tuscan hills in the background
The grand entrance of the Accademia Gallery in Venice with visitors gathering, showcasing classical architecture and the prominent signage of the gallery
What are the different types of tickets to Uffizi?

You can choose between skip-the-line, guided tours, or combo tickets when visiting Uffizi gallery, depending on the type of experience you wish to have.

What are the benefits buying skip-the-line tickets to Uffizi Gallery?

Skip-the-line tickets for the Uffizi Gallery save you from peak wait times of 60-90 minutes, ensuring a stress-free and intimate art experience. With more time on your hands, you can explore nearby attractions like the Accademia Gallery or Boboli Gardens, making your Florence visit even richer. Skip-the-line tickets can be purchased online, and here is a fantastic option for you, with multilingual guides! -Timed Entry Tickets to Uffizi Gallery,Guided Tour of Uffizi Gallery with Priority Access

Why should I book a guided tour?

Guided tours allow visitors to gain insightful perspectives on the artwork, enhancing the overall museum experience. Some of the best tour options we offer are:
-Guided Tour of Uffizi Gallery with Priority Access
-Semi-Private Uffizi Gallery Renaissance Art Tour

I'm not a big fan of crowds. What ticket should I purchase if I want to explore solo but also gain a deeper understanding of what I'm seeing?

Guided tours with skip-the-line tickets such as Guided Tour of Uffizi Gallery with Priority Access are ideal if you prefer to avoid crowds. They enable you to bypass queues, ensuring you won't get caught up in the crowd during your visit. You'll also have a guide who can help you understand what you're seeing better.

How much does a ticket to the Uffizi Gallery cost?

Uffizi Gallery ticket prices start at€20. This typically includes a basic entry ticket to the museum. Prices may vary based on additional features like guided tours or combo tickets that allow access to other popular attractions in Florence.

Are discounts available on Uffizi Gallery tickets?

EU citizens between the age of 18-26 enjoy reduced pricing on their tickets. Differently-abled visitors and children under the age of 18 enjoy free entry into the Uffizi Gallery. Additionally, combined tickets with other Florence museums offer great value. Check them all out here

Can I re-enter the gallery with my tickets?

Unfortunately, the ticket allows a single entry and you won't be able to use it again. So make the most of your experience while you're there!

Do Uffizi Gallery tickets include entry to other museums or attractions in Florence?

Generally, tickets to the Uffizi Gallery do not include entry to other museums or attractions in Florence. They are specific to the Uffizi Gallery unless part of a combo ticket or special promotion offering access to multiple sites likePalazzo Pitti,Boboli Gardens or Accademia Gallery.

How do I access specific areas like special exhibits, the Medici collections, or temporary displays within the Uffizi Gallery?

The Uffizi Gallery has various sections showcasing different collections, including Medici collections, temporary exhibits, and special displays. Access to these specific areas is included in the general admission ticket. Visitors can explore these sections within the gallery during their visit.

What kind of topics do the guides cover during the guided tour?

Your guide will unveil methods and historical background surrounding renowned artworks, such as the Virtues panel paintings - six by Pollaiuolo and the seventh by Botticelli, along with additional information.

If I plan to spend an extended period in Florence and wish to explore beyond the Uffizi gallery, which ticket would be most suitable for me?

If you're staying back in Florence for a longer duration, you should definitely opt for the Florence 5-Day Pass, which covers Pitti Palace, Boboli Gardens, Palatine Gallery, National Archaeological Museum and more. It also comes with an optional audio guide available in English, Italian, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, Turkish, Portuguese, Polish, Dutch, and Korean.