Florence Accademia Gallery and its David – skip the line ticket.
The Accademia Gallery hosts examples of paintings and sculptures by the great 14th and 15th century masters who made Florence the capital of art. The most famous masterpiece exhibited is undoubtedly the marble statue of David made by Michelangelo and some of his partly unfinished works, including the Slaves. Aside from Michelangelo’s five masterpieces, the Accademia Gallery is also the home of a wonderful collection of Gothic and Renaissance paintings, as well as models from the 18th century as well as early 13th century religious works.
If you are passionate about Michelangelo there are museums in Florence you can not miss: the Bargello National Museum houses masterpieces such as his Bacchus, Pitti Tondo (or Madonna and Child), Brutus and David-Apollo, the Uffizi Gallery , where, amid masterpieces of exceptional value, you can admire his painting “Tondo Doni,” and again the Medici Chapels, mausoleum and burial place of the Medici family
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From Tuesday to Friday from 09:00am to 06:45pm (last entry 06:15pm).
Closed: Monday, 1/1 and 25/12
Free admission: every first Sunday of the month
The use of suitable CE masks covering the mouth and nose, disposable gloves and the respect of the interpersonal distance of at least 1.5 metres is mandatory.
The public, before entering the museum, will be subjected to body temperature control. If this temperature exceeds 37.5°, access will not be allowed.
Due to security reasons the access is subject to controll by metal detectors.
Museum doesn’t have a cloakroom, therefore entrance is not allowed to visitors with large bags, backpack, helmets, etc.
Water bottles are allowed if not exceeding 0.5 l.
Lost property: we inform visitors that knives, scissors and any other metal objects that could pose a hazard to people or art works will be withdrawn from security personnel at the entrance of the Museum and deposited at the metal detector.
Available in Italian, English, French, Spanish, German, and Japanese
Cost: € 6.00 for one-person device, € 10.00 for a two-person device
At the ground floor of the Galleria there are two bookshops. There you can buy museum guides in a variety of languages, as well as art publications and other gifts and souvenirs inspired by the works shown in the Galleria.
The museum is equipped with facilities for disabled people.
Entrance and ticket office are accessible from Via Ricasoli 60.
The halls completely available are: Sala del Colosso, Musical Instruments department, Galleria dei Prigioni, Sala del Bartolini/Gipsoteca, the fourteenth century and Giotto halls and the bookshops.
A fitted bathroom is located on the ground floor near the elevator to the first floor.
The halls on the first floor are accessible by two stair lifts: the first measures approx. 70cm x 80cm, with a maximum capacity of 250 kg; the other measures approx. 65cm x 75cm – maximum capacity of 225 kg
Full price: € 12,00
Reduced price: € 2.00 EU citizens 18/25yrs and over 65 yrs.
Free ticket under 18yrs
Reservation fee: € 4,00 per person
Commision fee: € 2,00
In case of temporary exhibitions the ticket prices are subject to the increases