Admire the works of the great Italian masters at two of Europe's most prominent art museums, the Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia Gallery. use the combo ticket to also climb up Brunelleschi’s legendary masonry dome – the largest to ever be built!
- Book yourself this combo ticket at a special price that lets you visit three Florentine attractions at a go.
- This reserved ticket lets you access both attractions with zero hassles.
- At the Uffizi, enjoy the unique collections at Florence's Most Visited Museum and discover the many works of art ranging from the 12th century to the 17th century, including Botticelli's famed "Birth of Venus".
- At the Accademia, explore the most iconic sculptures of all time, Michelangelo's David, depicting the biblical character before his battle with Goliath.
- At the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, climb up Brunelleschi’s legendary masonry dome.
- Admission ticket to the Uffizi Gallery
- Admission ticket to the Accademia Gallery
- Admission ticket to Santa Maria del Fiore & access to Brunelleschi’s Dome
These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
Combo Ticket: The Uffizi, The Accademia & Brunelleschi’s Dome
Your combo ticket gives you a special rate for 3 highly-frequented attractions. Available at a special rate, you will be saving money buying this 3-in-1 combo ticket over three individual attraction tickets. Not only that, each attraction gets quite a draw, especially during peak season when the lines can get several hours long. Fortunately, you won't have to worry about that with your tickets. Timed entry ensures that only a certain number of people gain access to the attractions at any given time so you get to bypass the ticketing line and exchange your voucher for physical tickets at the counter for people with existing reservations.
The Uffizi Gallery
Feel free to stay and explore the intricacies of the various compositions on display and marvel at the work of genius artists like Da Vinci, Raffaello, Masaccio, Cimabue, and Giotto. Visit the Botticelli room and admire the Birth of Venus and Primavera, two of the most famous examples of Italian Renaissance art. A must-see destination for all visitors of Florence, the Uffizi is bound to leave you spellbound and awestruck.
Famous Paintings You Can't Miss at the Uffizi Gallery
The Ognissanti Madonna by Giotto | Annunciation by Simone Martini and Lippo Memmi | Annunciation by Leonardo Da Vinci | Adoration of the Magi by Gentile da Fabriano | Portraits of the Duke and Duchess of Urbino by Piero Della Francesca | The Battle of San Romano by Paolo Uccello | Santa Lucia De Magnoli Altarpiece by Veneziano | Madonna with Child and Two Angels by Filippo Lippi | La Primavera by Botticelli | The Birth of Venus by Botticelli | Doni Tondo by Michelangelo | Adoration of the Magi by Leonardo Da Vinci | Madonna of the Goldfinch by Raphael | Venus of Urbino by Titian | Bacchus by Caravaggio | Judith and Holofernes by Artemisia Gentileschi
The Accademia Gallery
Located at the intersection of two ancient monasteries, the Accademia Galleria occupies the entire block between Piazza Santissima Annunziata and Via Ricasoli. Even on the slowest days, the Accademia gallery draws a massive crowd due to the famous sculpture that has taken residence here, Michelangelo's David but not to worry since your tickets allow you to bypass the long ticketing lines entirely. The gallery is known for housing Michelangelo’s greatest works along with other works from renowned artists. Explore the various zones and take in the creative artistic expression that radiates through the halls filled with arts.
Museum Halls You Shouldn't 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.
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.
The Tribune: The most famous hall in the Accademia Galleria, The Tribune houses the legendary ‘David’ by Michelangelo.
Gipsoteca Bartolini: This 19th-century hall translates to ‘The Hall of Models’ and focuses on the sculptures and modeling techniques used by prominent artists.
Florentine Gothic: Spread over three rooms, 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.
Florence between 1370 and 1430: An entire floor dedicated to the pre-renaissance period, this hall features masterpieces from the late Gothic period.
Santa Maria del Fiore, also known as The Duomo is a prominent landmark in Florence. Travel back in time through its hundreds of years of history and learn some interesting facts about the cathedral, a major architectural masterpiece ahead of its time. Brunelleschi’s Dome continues to stun and intrigue to this day. The building plan was entered into a contest by Filippo Brunelleschi, an amateur architect with no serious training. After much contemplation, confusion, and controversy, his double-shell design was accepted and finally built. The result was a stunning masterpiece capable of withstanding lightning, earthquakes, and the passage of time.
know before you go
know before you go
- Due to security reasons, the two galleries 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.
- Kindly note that your tickets allow skipping the entry line into the galleries. However, there may be a wait at the ticket office across from the museum when you're exchanging your voucher for the physical ticket.
- Note: The booking fee is included in the ticket price.
- Visitors are required to climb 463 steps for Brunelleschi’s Dome, 414 steps for Giotto's Bell Tower, and 150 steps for Duomo Terraces. No lifts (elevators) are available
- The climb is not recommended for people suffering from heart problems, vertigo, or claustrophobia, and for pregnant women
- Minors not accompanied by an adult are prohibited from entry
From 21 Jan 2021 (until further notice):
Tue to Fri: 8:30am to 6:30pm
24 Dec & 31 Dec: closes at 5:30pm (last admission at 4pm)
Closed on 25 Dec, 1 Jan, and every Mon
The ticket office usually closes 1 hr before the closure of the museum
- Thur-Sun: 9 AM to 6:45 PM (last admission at 5:15 PM)
- Mon to Fri from 8:15 AM to 7 PM
Both galleries are wheelchair-friendly.
- No bags and large backpacks, helmets, knives, scissors or any hazardous objects will be allowed in either gallery.
- No food or drinks can be consumed inside.
- The use of flash and selfie sticks is not allowed inside.
- Please buy any souvenirs before leaving the gallery as you can’t re-enter the museums with the same ticket.
- Your voucher will be emailed to you shortly.
- Please display the voucher on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the ticket redemption point of each attraction.
- If you have purchased reduced-price tickets, please carry your valid photo ID proof for verification. Students must show their valid student IDs.
- Kindly ensure that you arrive 20 minutes before the start time of your tour to avoid any delays.
Ticket Redemption Points
The Uffizi Gallery
- Make your way to the ticket counter at Door 3 to exchange your mobile voucher for a physical ticket.
- You can then head to Door 1 and head in (look for the 'People with Reservations' sign).
The Accademia Gallery
- Make your way to the Ticketing Counter the Galleria dell'Accademia, Via Ricasoli, 58 (street).
- The gallery is just a 1-minute walk from the 'Museum of Craft' & from the 'David of Michelangelo Statue'.
- You can also spot a tiny bookstore door (Libreria Gozzini) just opposite the gallery.
- Redeem your voucher at Piazza del Duomo, 50122 Firenze FI, Italy.
- Enter from Porta della Mandorla located on the north side of the cathedral.