Florence Museum Specials Afternoon

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Unearth the treasures held within Florence's primary museums through exploration!


Halfway through, it's 2 and a half hours, but after that, it's always 5. The precise amount of time it takes is 5.5 hours.


Visitors to the Accademia Gallery museum can gain fast-track entrance with a priority ticket to witness the Michelangelo original masterpiece. The David, recognized worldwide as a brilliant homage of the Renaissance era, awaits exploration. From every angle, marvel at the grandeur of David as it commands the central space of the museum. Take in its splendor and bask in its magnificence. In his twenties, Michelangelo fashioned The David from a piece of Carrara marble he found nearby. Depicting the biblical protagonist who overcame Goliath, the statue stands tall at 5.17 meters or 17 feet. When it debuted in 1504, it was a representation of the Florentine Republic's devotion to preserving civil liberties. San Matteo and the Prigioni created by Michelangelo deserve recognition for their intriguing state of being unfinished. Make sure to enjoy and reflect on their unique nature for a moment. Through the ages of the Middle Ages to the Renaissance, the Accademia Gallery showcases numerous artistic masterpieces. Among them, works by the likes of Botticelli, Andrea del Sarto, and Paolo Uccello are on display in addition to the well-known Michelangelo collection. Your proficient English-speaking guide will navigate the gallery's remarkable pieces. Make your way to Signoria Square, before entering the awe-inspiring Uffizi Gallery and beginning your guided tour of the primary rooms. Our reservation allows for priority entrance, where you can avoid the typical long lines. The tour itself is around two and a half hours, leaving ample time to marvel at the works on display. For those seeking further information, there are ample supplementary sources to explore, such as literary works, online databases, and articles. These resources can afford a deeper comprehension of a particular subject. Marvel at the breathtaking Venere by Botticelli, experience Giotto's groundbreaking artwork, be captivated by the fusion of artistic innovation and logical genius in Leonardo's works, and witness the alluring sensuality of Primavera. Plus, numerous other unparalleled artists will leave you amazed.

Cancellation Policy

With a notification given at least 48 hours ahead, patrons can either get a complete repayment or apply a credit towards their next booking, in cases where they want to cancel their pre-arranged activity. The entire fee will be charged to you if you miss your scheduled activity.

Meeting Point

Florencetown Headquarter - Via dei Lamberti, 1, Firenze (FI)

Academy Gallery tour Meeting Point: ACCADEMIA GALLERY
Accademia Ticket Office Via Ricasoli, 58/60, Florence "look for Florencetown tour guide in front of civic number 58"

Uffizi Gallery tour Meeting Point. Florencetown Booking Office, Piazza Mentana 2r, 50122 Firenze. Departure Time 15:00

Clients are required to be at each of the meeting points 15 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time.

To remember

We cannot wait to welcome you to the land of authentic products and unforgettable experiences.

Clients are required to be at the meeting point 15 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time.

Please take this into consideration when arranging your travel schedule. No delay, even for a few minutes, can be tolerated and missing the experience won't entitle you to any refund, not even a partial one.

Children / teens under 18 y.o. must always be accompanied by at least one adult. If this requirement is not met, we reserve the right to exclude the under age partecipant and no refund will be due.

Please let us know in advance any special need or impaired mobility of the clients and we will do our best to accomodate them.

Big bags and liquid bottles will not be allowed inside the museums.

Even with the skip-the-line entrance, there is still a compulsory security check which may cause some delays in entering the museum.

In 2007 Florencetown was the first tour operator ever to open this hidden gem regularly to the public, making it possible for everybody to discover it. From December 2016 the Vasari Corridor will be closed to undergo a major reconstruction to highlight even better its architectural characteristics and add some safety exits.

Please note that Italy's law doesn't permit selling alcoholic beverage to teens under 18 y.o. so clients under this age will be served non-alcoholic beverages.

Please note that pets are not allowed on this tour.