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Combo (Save 5%): Accademia Gallery & Michelangelo's David + Boboli Gardens Tickets

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Grab this combo ticket that includes access to Accademia Gallery and Boboli Gardens. Save money as you skip the line at one of the finest art collections in Europe, and wander through a beautiful sculpture park featuring the best of Renaissance landscaping!

highlights

  • Explore an esteemed art museum and a picturesque sculpture park in Florence with these money-saving combo tickets to Accademia Gallery and Boboli Gardens.

  • Venture into 7 different zones in the gallery that holds some of the most important works of art in Italian art history.

  • Get lost in the geometric pathways at the 111-acre Boboli Gardens, and enjoy access to the Porcelain Museum and Bardini Garden.

  • Find famous grottos, a 6-meter high obelisk from the time of Ramses II, Branch Archways, the Boboli Amphitheater, and the Garden of Ganymede.

inclusions

Accademia Gallery

  • Skip-the-line entry to Accademia Gallery

Boboli Gardens

  • Access to Boboli Gardens

  • Access to Bardini Gardens

  • Access to Porcelain Museum

exclusions

Accademia Gallery

  • Audio guide

  • Live guide

Boboli Gardens

  • Access to the Grotta del Buontalenti

  • Guide

  • Audio guide not included but available at the ticket office in the following languages: English, Italian, Spanish, French, Dutch and German.

cancellation policy

These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.

your experience

Accademia Gallery

Enjoy the once in a lifetime opportunity of seeing one of the most iconic sculptures of all time, Michelangelo's David, depicting the biblical character before his battle with Goliath. However, this is just the tip of the art iceberg that the gallery has to offer - known for housing Michelangelo’s greatest works along with other works from renowned artists. These are some important halls you absolutely cannot miss:

  • Hall of The Colossus: The first hall once you enter the gallery, the Hall of the Colossus, which houses the stunning marble sculpture of ‘Rape of the Sabines’ by Giambologna. The hall also features paintings by Botticelli, Paolo Uccello, Perugino and many more artists including ‘Madonna by the Rocks’, ‘Assumption of the Virgin’ and ‘Deposition’.

  • Hall of the Prisoners: A special memoir dedicated to the unfinished works of Michelangelo, the hall takes its name from the four large sculptures known as the Slaves: Atlas, Bearded Slave, Awakening Slave and Young Slave. The main paintings in this hall include ‘The Prophet Isaiah’ and ‘The Prophet Job’ by Bartolomeo and ‘Venus and Cupid’ by Michelangelo.

  • The Tribune: The most famous hall in the Accademia Galleria, the Tribune houses the legendary ‘David’ by Michelangelo. The hall also features the iconic ‘Madonna and child with young St. John’ by Salviati and ‘Annunciation’ by Alessandro Allori.

  • Gipsoteca Bartolini: This 19th-century hall translates to ‘The Hall of Models’ and focuses on the sculptures and modeling techniques used by prominent artists. Here you can see the prolific works of Lorenzo Bartolini and Pampaloni in all their splendor.

  • Florentine Gothic: Spread over three rooms with glittering mosaics and vibrant colors, this section of the gallery is dedicated to Florentine Gothic paintings which were prominent from the 13th century until the 15th century.

  • Museum of Musical Instruments: Venture into the world of rhythm and music as you discover the surreal Grand Ducal Collection of over 50 musical instruments. Explore the collection of string, wind and harpsichord instruments on display. Multimedia displays allow the visitors to hear the different sounds as heard by the Medicis during their reign.

  • Florence between 1370 and 1430: An entire floor dedicated to the pre-renaissance period, this hall features masterpieces from the late Gothic period. Here one can see the famous ‘Massacre of the Innocents’ by Jacopo di Cione and ‘Madonna of Humility’ by Don Silvestro.

Boboli Gardens

At Boboli Gardens, the architecture, landscaping, and sculptures meld in ancient style and Renaissance art. Look into aesthetic grottos, the most famous of which being the Regal Fountain of Neptune created by Bernardo Buontalenti. Admire the 6-meter high obelisk from the time of Ramses II. Explore the garden to discover Branch Archways, the Boboli Amphitheater, and the Garden of Ganymede.With this ticket, you can even visit the Bardini Gardens and the Museum of Porcelain, all set within the massive grounds of Boboli Gardens.

know before you go

Important Information

Accademia Gallery

  • Kindly note that your tickets offer reserved entry into the gallery. However, there may be a wait at the ticket office across from the museum when you're exchanging your voucher for the physical ticket.

  • You will then have to gain entry at Priority Entrance for Reserved Ticket holders. You will still have to go through a security check.

  • Due to security reasons, the gallery can only accommodate a certain number of people at any given time so, if space allows, you may be moved to a slightly earlier or later time slot upon arrival.

  • The museum is wheelchair friendly.

Boboli Gardens

  • You will be walking through the vast gardens, so please wear comfortable shoes.

  • Operating hours are subject to change depending on weather conditions.

Restrictions

Accademia Gallery

  • It is mandatory for every guest to have an FFP2 mask for entry to any museum in Italy. Without this mask, you will not be able to participate in the tour.

  • No bags and large backpacks, helmets, knives, scissors, or any hazardous objects will be allowed in the Gallery.

  • No food or drinks can be consumed inside the museum.

  • Non-professional photography and videography are allowed inside the museum. Use of flash, stands, or tripods are not allowed.

  • Please buy any souvenirs before leaving the Gallery as you can’t re-enter the museum with the same ticket.

Operating Hours

Accademia Gallery

  • Tue to Sun: 9am to 6:45pm (last admission at 6:15pm)

  • Closed: 1 Jan, 25 Dec

Boboli Gardens

  • Nov to Feb

    Daily: 8:30am to 4:30pm

  • Mar & Oct

Daily: 8:30am to 5:30pm

  • April to Oct

    Daily: 8:30am to 6:30pm

  • Last admission is 1 hour before closing time

  • Closed: 1 Jan, 25 Dec, first and last Mon of every month

my tickets

  • Your voucher will be emailed to you shortly.

  • Please display the same at each ticket redemption point along with a valid photo ID. Students must show a valid student ID.

Ticket Redemption Point 1

Accademia Gallery and Michelangelo's David

  • Redeem your ticket at Galleria dell'Accademia ticket counter.

  • Address: Via Ricasoli, 58, 50122 Firenze FI, Italy.

  • Landmark: You can spot a tiny bookstore door (Libreria Gozzini) just opposite to the gallery.

Get Directions to the Redemption Point

Ticket Redemption Point 2

The Boboli Gardens

  • Redeem your ticket at Palazzo Pitti ticket counter. (at Piazza Pitti)

  • Address: Piazza de' Pitti, 1, 50125 Firenze FI, Italy.

  • Landmark: Go to the right of the line, where you will see the “visitors with reservations” sign.

Get Directions to the Redemption Point

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