Combo (Save 5%): Palazzo Pitti & Palatine Gallery Entry + Boboli Gardens Tickets
Get priority access to Palazzo Pitti and Palatine Gallery, the opulent residence of the former grand dukes and monarchs of Florence. The same combo ticket lets you stroll through the Boboli Gardens at Uffizi, a stunning specimen of Renaissance landscaping.
- Save up to 5% and visit three top Florence tourist destinations with one combo ticket.
- Save time in queuing up and skip the lines for entry into the Pitti Palace and the Palatine Gallery.
- Stroll through the Royal Apartments of the Palace and get a glimpse into the opulent lifestyles of Florence’s rulers.
- Explore the stunning Modern Art exhibition and the many galleries of artistic and historical exhibits at the Palatine Gallery.
- Gain skip-the-line access to the 111-acre Boboli Gardens, and stroll through this beautifully arranged park.
- Enjoy access to the Porcelain Museum and the Bardini Garden.
- See the many attractions in and around the park, such as the 6-meter high obelisk from the time of Ramses II, the stunning grottoes, and the regal Fountain of Neptune.
- Skip-the-Line Access to Pitti Palace
- Access to Palatine Gallery
- Skip-the-Line Access to Boboli Gardens
- Access to Bardini Gardens
- Access to Porcelain Museum
- Access to the Grotta del Buontalenti at Boboli Gardens
strict cancellation policy
Cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.
Palazzo Pitti and Palatine Gallery
This convenient ticket lets you skip the lines and gain direct entry to the Palace and Gallery, thus saving you many hours of standing in lines at the two of the most popular tourist destinations of Florence. The Pitti Palace was originally commissioned by the banker Luca Pitti in the 15th century, a principal supporter and friend of Cosimo de' Medici. It was later bought by the Medicis for use as a residence and treasure house. The early history of the Palazzo Pitti is a strange mixture of fact and myth. Pitti is alleged to have instructed that the windows be larger than the entrance of the Palazzo Medici, for instance. The architect of the building went against the conventional fashion of the day while designing the Palace, which gives the palace a severe and forbidding atmosphere. However, this style of architecture has gone on to have a great influence on buildings made later in the 16th and 19th centuries. You can admire these influences as you stroll through the many opulent rooms of the Palace which hide countless secrets.
After you tour the lavish State Apartments of the Medicis, you can visit the Palatine Gallery, located in the Palace, where you can see the many riches and treasures acquired by the Medicis over the years, with gorgeous artworks and historical artefacts on display all through the gallery, only opened to the public in the late 18th century.
The Boboli Gardens is a 111-acre park that has been modelled in the Renaissance Style, home to a wide variety of plants, as well as a vast collection of sculptures dating from the 16th to the 18th centuries.
With these tickets, you gain skip-the-line access to the Boboli Gardens. Stroll on the geometrical paths through the luxuriant greens, and see the many different expressions of Renaissance ideals in and around the park in the form of the formally ordered and beautifully adorned architecture, natural beauty, and ancient structures. You can admire the magnificent sculptures and artworks strewn all over the park, such as the 34-century old Obelisk from Egypt, Stoldo Lorenzi’s Neptune’s Fountain, the Fountain of the Ocean by Giambologna, and Giorgio Vasari's Large Grotto. The grottoes at the garden are of particular note, as they are a prime example of outdoor sculpture, and represent different and defining aspects of Mannerist architecture.
You also gain access to the Bardini gardens (only recently opened to the public) and the Museum of Porcelain with these tickets.
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COVID Safety Information
- All areas that customers frequently touch are sanitized.
- Guests may/may not be subject to temperature checks beforehand.
- All guests are recommended to bring along face masks for safety.
- It is recommended to maintain social distancing with other guests (2 meters apart).
- Regularly sanitize your hands. Sanitizers are available upon request.
Palazzo Pitti and Palatine Gallery
From 20 Jan 2021 onwards until further notice:
- Tue - Fri: 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM
- Closed on Sat, Sun, Mon
- Also closed on 25 Dec & 1 Jan
- The ticket office closes an hour before the closure of the museum
- Opening Hours: 8:30 AM
- Closing Hours (Nov, Dec, Jan & Feb): 4:30 PM
- Closing Hours (Mar & October): 5:30 PM
- Closing Hours (Apr, May, June, Jul, Aug, Sept & Oct): 6:30 PM
- Last admission is an hour before closing time
Closing Days of Boboli Gardens
- First and last Mondays of every month
- Sat & Sun (until further notice)
- 1 Jan & 25 Dec
- You will be walking a fair distance, so please wear comfortable shoes.
- Pitti Palace's and Annalena's entrances are the only ones accessible. The Porcelain Museum remains closed (until further notice)
- The Gardens can be subject to temporary closures or changes of the opening hours due to weather emergencies which could injure persons and damage things.
- Your voucher will be emailed to you shortly.
- Please display the voucher on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the attraction.
Ticket Redemption Point
- You can redeem the ticket at: Palazzo Pitti ticket counter, (at Piazza Pitti)
- Make your way to this venue and show your tickets at the ticketing counter.
- Go to the right of the line, where you will see the “visitors with reservations” sign.
- Address : Piazza de' Pitti, 1, 50125 Firenze FI, Italy
These tickets are valid for the date selected during the checkout.