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Skip the Line: Florence Accademia Gallery Tickets

Skip the Line: Florence Accademia Gallery Tickets - Florence, Italy
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Location: Florence, Italy

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$34.21

Skip the line with a fast-track entrance ticket and head inside Accademia Gallery (Galleria dell’Accademia) in Florence to explore independently. Home to the original statue of ‘David’ by Renaissance genius Michelangelo, the gallery is a must-visit Florence attraction for art lovers and sightseers alike! See ‘David,’ as well as unfinished Michelangelo sculptures such as ‘San Matteo,’ works by Sandro Botticelli and more.

Use your skip-the-line Accademia Gallery ticket to bypass the entrance lines, and head straight inside to discover some of the greatest masterpieces of the Renaissance at your own pace ... More info ›

Skip the line with a fast-track entrance ticket and head inside Accademia Gallery (Galleria dell’Accademia) in Florence to explore independently. Home to the original statue of ‘David’ by Renaissance genius Michelangelo, the gallery is a must-visit Florence attraction for art lovers and sightseers alike! See ‘David,’ as well as unfinished Michelangelo sculptures such as ‘San Matteo,’ works by Sandro Botticelli and more.

Use your skip-the-line Accademia Gallery ticket to bypass the entrance lines, and head straight inside to discover some of the greatest masterpieces of the Renaissance at your own pace. Formerly a 14th-century hospital then a fine art school, the Accademia Gallery now showcases incredible works of art by the likes of Botticelli, Andrea Orcagna and, of course, Michelangelo himself.

Take a look at Michelangelo’s unfinished San Matteo, a sculpture that he was commissioned to create before he left Florence for Rome. His Prigioni is located nearby, so wander over and gaze at the four unfinished sculptures of prisoners or slaves that seem to be trying to escape from the blocks of marble that encase them.

Impressive as they are, the Accademia Gallery’s unfinished sculptures pale in comparison to the museum’s main crowd-drawer: Michelangelo’s statue of David. Stand and look at the 17-foot (5.17-meter) marble statue of the biblical hero, marveling at the level of detail that the young Michelangelo put into the famously nude warrior.

Adjacent to the statue are rooms containing paintings by other famous Renaissance artists like Botticelli and Filippino Lippi, as well as artists from both the Middle Ages and 17th-century. Amble through a room containing 19th-century plaster sculptures and visit the on-site Museum of Musical Instruments, where an intriguing collection of stringed instruments are exhibited.

How long you spend inside the gallery is up to you; many visitors find that two hours is sufficient.

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Skip the Line: Florence Uffizi Gallery Tickets

Skip the Line: Florence Uffizi Gallery Tickets - Florence, Italy
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Location: Florence, Italy

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$46.01

Skip the line at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, and explore the impressive art gallery at leisure. The entrance ticket gives access to all of the museum's countless treasures, so head inside to ogle some 1,500 pieces of art ... More info ›

Skip the line at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, and explore the impressive art gallery at leisure. The entrance ticket gives access to all of the museum's countless treasures, so head inside to ogle some 1,500 pieces of art. Pass paintings by early-Renaissance trendsetters such as Fra Angelico, and then gaze in awe at striking paintings by the High Renaissance heavyweight Michelangelo. Spend as much time as you want inside and look out for highlights like ‘Doni Tondo’ and more.

Wait lines outside Florence’s Uffizi Gallery are long, and queues can sometimes exceed two hours. Luckily for you, there’s no waiting in line with your skip-the-line ticket, so head straight inside and start exploring the incredible Uffizi Gallery at leisure.

The museum’s masterpieces are spread across some 45 different rooms inside the horseshoe-shaped Palazzo delgi Uffizi. Rammed to the rafters with artistic treasures, the gallery contains works from the times of Ancient Greece through to the 18th century, but it’s the Renaissance-era offerings that just about every visitor comes to see.

The rooms are arranged chronologically, so after weaving your way through early Renaissance gems by the likes of Fra Angelico and Giotto, amble through rooms dedicated to the big-name High Renaissance painters. Marvel at da Vinci’s Annunciation, featuring an angel and the Virgin Mary, and stand in admiration before Doni Tondo, a depiction of the holy family by Michelangelo.

See Venetian paintings by Titian, and then head upstairs to see incredible works by Caravaggio, one of the more unconventional artists of Italy’s famous Renaissance painters.

Most visitors find three hours sufficient to explore the masterpieces of the Uffizi Gallery, but you can actually stay inside for as long as you wish. Should you want to take a break from ogling the artwork, rest in the rooftop café and soak up views over the city. Food and drinks are at your own expense.

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Skip-the-Line Uffizi Gallery Including Special Exhibits

Skip-the-Line Uffizi Gallery Including Special Exhibits - Florence, Italy
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Location: Florence, Italy

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$23.59

Skip-the-line ticket, guarantee to skip the long lines and inclusive of temporary exhibitions fees.

in order to live at the best the experience, please read carefully all the conditions stated in the "Important Info" section.

The Uffizi Palace was commissioned by Cosimo I de' Medici and designed by Vasari (16th Century). It has a unusual U shape, which is closed towards the Arno ... More info ›

Skip-the-line ticket, guarantee to skip the long lines and inclusive of temporary exhibitions fees.

in order to live at the best the experience, please read carefully all the conditions stated in the "Important Info" section.

The Uffizi Palace was commissioned by Cosimo I de' Medici and designed by Vasari (16th Century). It has a unusual U shape, which is closed towards the Arno. The two wings of the palace are connected by a corridor with six big arched windows, facing the Arno and the inner courtyard. Nowadays the building hosts the Uffizi Gallery, one of the most visited museums in the world, collecting masterpieces from the 13th to the 18th Century.

The very beginning of the Uffizi Gallery was the collection of Francesco I de' Medici; The collection became “public and inalienable good” thanks to Duchess Anna Maria Luisa de' Medici whose will it was that it would be open to the public forever. Today, the Uffizi Gallery is one of the most important museums in the world, with new acquisitions and gifts.

Rules of conduct: The following are forbidden within the museum:

  • touching the works of art
  • leaning against the sculpture pedestals/bases or walls
  • smoking
  • littering with chewing gum
  • consuming food and drink
  • sitting on the ground and or on the security barriers
  • speaking loudly
  • behaving in ways not suited to the dignity of the place
  • bringing backpacks and umbrellas; on a rainy day it is a good idea to use only small handbag umbrellas
  • using your mobile phone
  • using the telescopic extender to take photographs (“selfie stick”)
  • using laser pointers

Taking photographs and videos is permitted provided they are taken without flash, lights and tripods, for personal, non-profit use only.
Using the elevator at the entrance of the museum is reserved for people who have special needs – including temporary – and the maximum capacity is 6 persons at a time.

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Skip-the-Line Florence Accademia Gallery and Michelangelo's David Ticket

Skip-the-Line Florence Accademia Gallery and Michelangelo's David Ticket - Florence, Italy
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Location: Florence, Italy

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$21.22

Located in the heart of Florence, 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 work exhibited is the marble statue of David made by Michelangelo.

Important note: The Museum will confirm the first available time between 8:15am and 4:45pm ... More info ›

Located in the heart of Florence, 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 work exhibited is the marble statue of David made by Michelangelo.

Important note: The Museum will confirm the first available time between 8:15am and 4:45pm. Your exact visit time will be indicated on the voucher issued by the provider within one business day of your booking request. All sales are final regardless of the time confirmed.

Founded in 1784 upon Grand Duke Leopoldo of Lorena's decree, La Galleria dell'Accademia was created to host a collection of antique and modern paintings and sculptures so the students of the nearby Accademia di Belle Arti could pursue their studies in the light of these great masterworks. The Accademia Gallery is situated in parts of the former convent San Niccolò in Cafaggio and the hospice of San Matteo.

The Accademia Gallery visit begins with the Sala dell'Anticolosso, where the gesso original of The Rape of the Sabines (1582) by Giambologna is placed. Some paintings such as Christ of Pity by Andrea del Sarto and the Deposition of the Cross by Filippo Lippi can be seen here. From here you reach the Galleria dei Prigioni, a corridor that hosts a series of incomplete sculptures by Michelangelo.

At the end of the gallery reigns supreme Michelangelo's David.

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Skip-the-Line Medici Chapels Ticket

Skip-the-Line Medici Chapels Ticket - Florence, Italy
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Location: Florence, Italy

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$17.69

Don't miss an opportunity to see Michelangelo's sculptures and architectural design of the Medici Chapels in Florence. This homage to the great Medici leaders is decorated with the masterfully-sculpted allegories of Night, Day, Dawn, and Dusk.

The Medici Chapels were built as the personal sepulcher of the Medici family in the Basilica of San Lorenzo, which was considered by the Medici as their private church.

In 1520, Cardinal Giulio de' Medici (who would become Pope Clemente VII) together with Pope Leo X commissioned Michelangelo Buonarroti with the building of the Sagrestia Nuova as the mausoleum for the Medici family ... More info ›

Don't miss an opportunity to see Michelangelo's sculptures and architectural design of the Medici Chapels in Florence. This homage to the great Medici leaders is decorated with the masterfully-sculpted allegories of Night, Day, Dawn, and Dusk.

The Medici Chapels were built as the personal sepulcher of the Medici family in the Basilica of San Lorenzo, which was considered by the Medici as their private church.

In 1520, Cardinal Giulio de' Medici (who would become Pope Clemente VII) together with Pope Leo X commissioned Michelangelo Buonarroti with the building of the Sagrestia Nuova as the mausoleum for the Medici family. The chapel was to form a pendant to Filippo Brunelleschi's Sagrestia Vecchia. Construction began in March 1520 and was finally completed by Giorgio Vasari in 1546, after Michelangelo had left Florence for Rome in 1534.

The chapel was to hold the tombs of the two 'Magnifici' and the two 'Capitani' of the Medici: Lorenzo il Magnifico, his brother Giuliano de' Medici, Lorenzo Duke of Urbino, and Giuliano Duke of Nemours (the third son of the Magnifico).

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Skip-the-Line: Palatine Gallery and Modern Art Gallery Ticket at the Pitti Palace

Skip-the-Line: Palatine Gallery and Modern Art Gallery Ticket at the Pitti Palace - Florence, Italy
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Location: Florence, Italy

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$18.87

Step into a world of European art, Renaissance history, and decadence with a visit to the Pitti Palace, once home to the Medici family. The de facto rulers of Florence amassed a huge collection of private art, which is displayed in the Palatine Gallery ... More info ›

Step into a world of European art, Renaissance history, and decadence with a visit to the Pitti Palace, once home to the Medici family. The de facto rulers of Florence amassed a huge collection of private art, which is displayed in the Palatine Gallery. Visit it with a skip-the-line ticket and see works by Raphael, Botticelli, Caravaggio, and more. Your ticket also includes access to the Gallery of Modern Art where later Italian works can be seen. 

Make your own way to the Pitti Palace, home of the powerful Medici family during the Renaissance. Whisk your way past any entrance lines with your skip-the-line ticket, and head straight inside to explore at leisure.

The palace’s west wing is home to the Palatine Gallery, which displays more than 500 works of European art. Much of the artwork dates back to the 17th century, and is showcased in the plush private rooms of the ducal apartments. 

Wander rooms decorated with gold-framed works by the likes of Bronzino, Caravaggio, Rubens, Titian, Van Dyke, and Velazquez. Don’t miss Raphael’s Madonna and Child and the two impressive Botticelli portraits. 

After admiring the Renaissance and Baroque masterpieces, head upstairs to visit the Gallery of Modern Art. The rooms here were lived in by royalty until as recently as 1920, and a sizeable collection of 18th- and 20th-century art is on display. Look out for paintings by the Macchiaioli movement — a group of Tuscan artists dubbed “the Italian impressionists.” 

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