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Skip-the-Line Tickets to the Palazzo Vecchio
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Skip-the-Line Guided Tour of Palazzo Vecchio Museum
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1 hr 15 mins
2 hrs 45 mins
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Skip-the-line entry to the Palazzo Vecchio
Audio guide (Optional)
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Skip-the-line entry to the Palazzo Vecchio
An expert guide
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Skip-the-line access to the Uffizi Gallery.
Services of an English-speaking guide.
Tour of the Palazzo Vecchio.
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Free Cancellation
This ticket cannot be canceled but can be rescheduled upon request
You may cancel up to 48 hours in advance for a full refund.
This ticket cannot be canceled but can be rescheduled upon request
Palazzo Vecchio, officially known as Palazzo Della Signoria, has symbolized civic power in Florence for over seven centuries and is amongst the most revered landmarks in the city. Constructed approximately between the 13th and 14th centuries, Palazzo Vecchio was designed to house the city’s governing body, the Gonfalonier of Justice, and the Priori delle Arti. Over the years, the landmark has undergone numerous transformations and currently is home to a museum and art gallery.
Planning a trip to this spectacular landmark? We have put together a complete guide covering everything from Palazzo Vecchio ticket options and best time to visit to location, facilities, and more.

Post-COVID-19 Safety Measures at Palazzo Vecchio

  • To ensure a contact-free experience, it is advised that you book your Palazzo Vecchio tickets online.
  • Guests are required to wear a face mask at all times while on their tour..
  • Card payments are recommended to ensure minimal physical contact between guests and the staff at Palazzo Vecchio.
  • All guests must maintain a distance of 2 meters with other guests at all times.
  • Hand sanitizing stations are available for public use at various points inside Palazzo Vecchio. Sanitize your hands regularly, especially if you touch door handles or any other surface.

All Your Palazzo Vecchio Tickets & Tour Options

If you’re looking for the best Palazzo Vecchio ticket, we’ve got you covered. Depending on the type of experience you’re looking for, you can either opt for a guided tour or a skip-the-line alternative. While the former offers a more relaxed and insightful experience, the latter is ideal when you don’t have a lot of time on your hand.

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Guided Tour

Skip the lines at Palazzo Vecchio and bypass the long waiting lines. Spend the time saved exploring the remarkable museum. Enjoy direct access to the official halls, apartments and courtyards of Florence’s powerful royalty. 

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Zoom past the long queues as you get priority access to the Palazzo Vecchio. Explore the courtyard, map room, and of course, visit the Hall of the Five Hundred (Salone dei Cinquecento) which is dedicated to the works of Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.
These Palazzo Vecchio tickets are ideal for those looking to save time and get an in-depth insight into its history and significance. With your ticket, skip the lines with a detailed guided tour by a local expert and discover the beautiful art and architecture of this landmark.

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Bypass the long queues with this Palazzo Vecchio tour. On your guided tour, journey into the world of Renaissance architecture with a local, multilingual expert.

Plan Your Visit to Palazzo Vecchio

Opening Hours

Getting There

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What are Palazzo Vecchio's opening hours?
Palazzo Vecchio is open from Friday to Monday between 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM. On Thursdays, you can visit the museum between 9:00 AM and 2:00 PM.
When is Palazzo Vecchio closed?
Palazzo Vecchio is open every day of the week but is open for reduced hours on Thursday and closes by 2:00 PM.
What is the best time to visit Palazzo Vecchio?
The best time to visit Palazzo Vecchio is when the crowds are low, which is generally during the morning hours on weekdays. Plan your visit between October/November and January to April as the remaining months bring in a lot more crowds.
How long should I spend at Palazzo Vecchio?
If you want to explore Palazzo Vecchio in its entirety, you can spend approximately 1.5 to 2 hours at the landmark.
Where is Palazzo Vecchio located?
Palazzo Vecchio is located at Piazza Della Signoria, 50122 Firenze FI, Italy.
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Can I take the metro/train to Palazzo Vecchio?
Yes, you can take the metro to Palazzo Vecchio. The closest stop is Unita, a mere 15-minute walk away from the museum.
Can I take the bus to Palazzo Vecchio?
Yes, you can take the bus to Palazzo Vecchio. Alight at the Condotta stop, which is just 2 minutes away from the landmark.
Is storage facility available at Palazzo Vecchio?
Yes, a cloakroom is available at Palazzo Vecchio where guests can store their coats and small bags.
Is Palazzo Vecchio wheelchair accessible?
Yes, the venue is wheelchair-friendly. Guests with limited or reduced mobility can enter the museum through the Via de Gondi side entrance. Both floors of the Palazzo Vecchio can also be accessed via wheelchairs.
Is photography allowed at Palazzo Vecchio?
Yes, you can take pictures inside Palazzo Vecchio. However, flash photography and the use of tripods is not permitted.

What to See at Palazzo Vecchio?

The Palazzo Vecchio is one of the most iconic landmarks in Florence and a must-visit when in the city that was the bedrock of Italian Renaissance. Here are some must-see attractions at Palazzo Vecchio:

Palazzo Vecchio Courts

Originally decorated by Italian artist Michelozzo, the courts of Palazzo Vecchio are a sight to behold. The current version redecorated by Vasari in a decidedly more mannerist way is equally stunning with each fresco paying an homage to the worker’s federations that found root in Florence during the glory days of the Renaissance.

The Arnolfo Tower

The Arnolfo Tower in Palazzo Vecchio is amongst the highest towers in Florence and is clearly visible from numerous parts of the city. This section of the building was constructed in 1310 after the rest of the work was completed. Because of its late addition, the tower is not centered perfectly at the Palazzo Vecchio but is along the south side instead.

Francesco’s First Studio

Situated behind the Cinquecento Salon is a charming small room; Francesco de Medici’s personal studio. The studio was decorated by Vasari and Francesco de Medici himself added sculptures and paintings from his personal collection, all of which are still showcased to date.

The Map Room

Former Duke of Florence, Cosimo I, created this room completely dedicated to terrestrial and celestial maps. A fascinating section of the museum, a total of 53 maps of not just countries, cities, and the world but stars and space can be found here, along with unique scientific instruments. 

Top Museums in Florence

Historic and artistic gems can be found in every corner of the city of Florence, featuring work by some of the most revered artists to have walked this planet. If you’re looking for more things to do in the city of Florence, here are some of the top museums that cannot be missed. 

Accademia Gallery

The Galleria dell’Accademia, also known as the Accademia Gallery, is arguably renowned around the world for housing breathtaking sculptures by legendary Renaissance artist, Michelangelo. Some of the sculptures that bring hundreds of thousands of visitors to the museum annually include Prisoners (or Slaves), St. Matthew, and, most importantly, the iconic statue of David within the Tribune. Book Accademia Gallery tickets.

Uffizi Gallery

Considered one of the most popular museums in the world, the Uffizi Gallery showcases splendid artwork by masters of their craft. Most of the artwork on display at the Uffizi Gallery is from the Renaissance period. The primary art collection at the museum was left for the state of Tuscany by the Medici with the hope that it would adorn the State, be useful for the public, and bring in visitors from around the world. Book Uffizi Gallery tickets.

Duomo Florence

Designed by Filippo Brunelleschi, the Duomo Florence towers over the city with its spectacular Renaissance dome that is visible from pretty much every part of the city. The cathedral features a massive Gothic structure built atop the 7th-century church of Santa Reparata, ruins of which are still visible from the crypt. The Duomo was named in honor of Santa Maria del Fiore. Book Duomo Florence tickets.

Palazzo Pitti

The Pitti Palace is home to some of the most legendary pieces of art in Florence. The first floor houses the Palatine Gallery, featuring an expansive collection of 16th and 17th-century paintings including works by Raphael. Also, a part of the Pitti Palace is the Royal Apartments that contain furnishings from a remodeling done in the 19th century. Book Palazzo Pitti tickets.

Museo del Bargello

Bringing together numerous significant Renaissance sculptures and masterpieces of the minor arts from different periods, Museo del Bargello is a must-visit when in Florence. Some of the art you can view here include masterpieces by Michelangelo, Donatello, Cellini, Luca Della Robbia, and Verrocchio. The museum was further expanded with spectacular work from the Medici collection. Book Bargello Museum tickets.

Medici Chapel

Part of the iconic San Lorenzo complex, the Medici Chapels also house the basilica of San Lorenzo. As the name suggests, the Medici Chapels is the final burial ground for the Medici family, one of the most iconic houses in Florence during the Renaissance. Discover the lavish interiors and tombs of the historic Medici family. Book Medici Chapel tickets.

Palazzo Vecchio Tickets FAQs

Is Palazzo Vecchio now open to visitors?
Yes, after a couple of months of closure as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Palazzo Vecchio is now welcoming visitors with ample safety measures in place.
What safety measures are in place at Palazzo Vecchio?
To ensure guests have a comfortable experience at Palazzo Vecchio, they are recommended to book their tickets online to avoid crowding at the ticket counter, wear masks at all times inside the museum, and maintain social distance from other visitors.
Are Palazzo Vecchio tickets available online now?
Yes, you can buy your Palazzo Vecchio tickets online now. Guests are advised to prebook their tickets online to get their preferred date and time of visit.
What are the different types of Palazzo Vecchio tickets?
The types of Palazzo Vecchio tickets you can choose from include skip-the-line tickets and guided tours.
Are guided Palazzo Vecchio tours available now?
Yes, Palazzo Vecchio guided tours are available for visitors. During the tour, you’ll be accompanied by an English-speaking guide for a remarkable and memorable experience.
Are any discounts available on Palazzo Vecchio tickets and tours?
Yes, guests between the ages of 18 to 25 can book reduced-pricing tickets, while those under 18 get free entry to Palazzo Vecchio.
What is the cancelation policy for Palazzo Vecchio tickets?
The cancelation policy depends on the type of ticket you book. While you can avail of a full refund when you cancel your tickets within 48 hours, others don’t have the provision to cancel, refund or amend the tickets.
Is skip-the-line access included with Palazzo Vecchio tickets?
Yes, Palazzo Vecchio tickets include skip-the-line access to ensure guests don’t waste time standing in queues.
What are Palazzo Vecchio's opening hours?
Palazzo Vecchio is open from Friday to Wednesday between 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM. On Thursdays, the museum is open from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
What is the best time to visit Palazzo Vecchio?
The best time to visit Palazzo Vecchio is on weekdays, particularly the early hours of the day since this is when the crowds are the lowest. The best time of year to visit the museum is in the months between October and April since this is off-season and the city is relatively crowd-free.
How do I get to Palazzo Vecchio?
You can walk to Palazzo Vecchio from Piazza del Duomo or board a bus or metro to arrive at the venue.
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