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Uffizi Gallery Tickets

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The Uffizi Gallery is home to awe-inspiring art by maestros such as Caravaggio, Michelangelo, Raphael, and da Vinci. With Uffizi Gallery tickets, get unlimited access to all exhibits with skip-the-line entry, guided tours, and combo visits to its neighbor, the Accademia Gallery.
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Located in the heart of the art capital of Europe, Uffizi Gallery is best known for its world-class art and priceless renaissance works. With over two million tourists from all over the globe visiting Uffizi Gallery every year, it is the most visited gallery in the world. Featuring a U-shape design, the museum is home to frescoes and Renaissance art from the likes of Botticelli, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Raffaello. Built by the famous Renaissance architect Giorgio Vasari in 1559, the museum was commissioned by Cosimo I de’ Medici. If you're planning a visit, here's everything you need to know about booking Uffizi Gallery tickets, opening hours, location, what to see and more.

All Uffizi Gallery Tickets and Tour Options

With millions visiting the awe-inspiring Uffizi Gallery every year, waiting lines can be hours long, and getting access to the main entrance could get become quite a task. It is therefore advised that you book your tickets/packages online before you reach the gallery. You can choose to book skip-the-line tickets, guided tours, or combo tours.

Skip The Line Tickets

Guided Tours

Combo Tours

With millions of tourists visiting the world-renowned gallery every year, Uffizi museum ticket queues and waiting lines tend to be really long and could setback your trip by hours. With Uffizi Gallery skip the line tickets, you can beat the crowd and get direct access to the main building, once you collect the physical tickets from a designated staffer. You can then explore the work of genius artists like Da Vinci, Raffaello, Masaccio, Cimabue, and Giotto at your own pace.

Why go for these tickets?

  • Bypass the long waiting lines with these priority access tickets.
  • Depending on your ticket, you’ll also have the option to explore the Uffizi Gallery with a host who is well-versed in the history and significance of the exhibits.
  • Timed entry ensures that only a certain number of visitors get access to the Gallery at any given time. With skip-the-line tickets, you can bypass the ticketing line and exchange your voucher for physical tickets without any delay.

Recommended Experiences

Whizz past long waiting lines and enter the Uffizi Gallery through its reserved entrance. Explore one of the finest art collections in Europe and check out some of the most emblematic artworks in Italy ranging from the 12th century to the 17th century, including Botticelli's famed "Birth of Venus".
Steeped in artistic glory, any trip to Florence is incomplete without a walk through its rich history. With a guided tour of Florence's most renowned gallery, you'll become part of its heritage as you behold exquisite, spellbinding craftsmanship and architecture. A professional guide will make sure you journey through time as they explain the significance and provenance of each artwork on display at the Uffizi Gallery. Your guided tours come with skip-the-line access to the gallery so that you can whizz past long ticket queues and start your experience right away.

Why go for these tickets?

  • Get direct entry into the Uffizi Gallery with these tickets.
  • With Uffizi Gallery guided tours, you'll get skip-the-line access to Italy's most famous gallery and avoid wasting time in long queues.
  • You’ll be joined by a professional, multilingual guide who’ll accompany you as you explore the marvels of the Uffizi Gallery.

Recommended Experiences

Get skip-the-line tickets to Uffizi Gallery, which allows priority access to the museum, bypassing the long ticketing lines. Enjoy a detailed guided tour of the Uffizi Gallery from a multilingual professional guide. Marvel at the legendary works of prolific painters including Botticelli, Leonardo Da Vinci, Raphael, Michelangelo, and Giotto, among others.
Florence is home to some of the best pieces of art from the Italian Renaissance. With art and history at every turn, explore everything that Florence has to offer with these combo tickets that give you access to Uffizi Gallery and a couple of other top attractions in the city. These guided tour combos cover beautiful historical attractions like the Uffizi Gallery, Accademia Gallery, Duomo Florence, and many of the city’s splendid outdoor attractions. It is the perfect choice for you if you're on a time-bound trip.

Why go for these tickets?

  • In a single day, explore the best historical sites in Florence like the Uffizi Gallery, Duomo Florence, and Accademia Gallery.
  • These tickets include skip-the-line access allowing you to whizz past all waiting queues.
  • You’ll be joined by a multilingual professional guide who’ll regale you with interesting trivia and tales about these attractions.

Recommended Experiences

Get skip-the-line access into the Accademia Gallery, and Uffizi Gallery, infamous for their long ticket queues. Soak in history with the help of a professional guide who will tell you tales from the city's exquisite history as you walk through the cobbled streets of Florence.

Plan Your Visit to the Uffizi Gallery

Opening Hours

Getting There


What are the Uffizi Gallery hours?

Uffizi Gallery hours are from Tuesday to Sunday between 08:15 AM to 06:50 PM. It is closed on Mondays, along with 1 January and 25 December.
On 31 December, the Uffizi Gallery will close at 5:30 PM, with final entry at 4:00 PM.

How long does it take to tour the Uffizi Gallery?

Exploring everything that the gallery has to offer, including Birth of Venus by Botticelli, Venus of Urbino by Titian, and Annunciation by Leonardo Da Vinci will take you between 2-4 hours, depending on how much time you stop to stop and admire the exhibits.

What is the best time to visit the Uffizi Gallery?

The best time to visit Uffizi Gallery is when it opens in the morning, or right before it closes in the evening, when the crowds are at their lowest. Uffizi Gallery is usually crowded during the high season, which is between March and October. It is therefore advised that you visit the gallery between November and February.

Where is the Uffizi Gallery located?

It is located at Piazzale degli Uffizi, 6, 50122 Firenze FI, Italy.
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How do I get to Uffizi Gallery by train?

The closest station to Uffizi Gallery is the Santa Maria Novella (SMN) train station. From here, the Uffizi Gallery is a 10-minute walk.

How do I get to Uffizi Gallery by car?

The closest car park is near the Santa Maria Novella (SMN) train station. You can park your car here and walk to the Uffizi Gallery.

Can I get to Uffizi Gallery by bus?

You can take any bus that has a stop at the anta Maria Novella (SMN) train station. From here, you can walk over to the Uffizi Gallery.

Is storage facility available at the Uffizi Gallery?

Yes. Visitors can store their luggage, umbrellas and other carry-ons, free of charge, at the cloakroom.

Is the Uffizi Gallery wheelchair-accessible?

Yes, the Uffizi is easily accessible by differently-abled guests. Elevator access is available to all floors, and ramps have been installed for ease of movement as well.

Can I eat at the Uffizi Gallery?

Yes, a cafeteria is available on the 2nd floor where you can have snacks and refreshments.

Can I rent audioguides at the Uffizi Gallery?

Yes. Audioguides can be rented at the entrance for €6. These are available in languages like English, Italian, French, Spanish, German and many more.

Explore Uffizi Gallery

Built in 1560, the Uffizi Gallery was initially made to accommodate the offices of the Florentine magistrate. This is why the word "Uffizi", which is derived from ‘offices’, was used as its official name. After the completion of the complex in 1581, the top floor of the building was made into a museum for its tenants and guests who wished to view the Roman sculptures up close. Between the 16th and 17th century, the Hall of Geographic Maps (dedicated to maps of the Medici domains in Florence), as well as the Mathematics Room (containing important scientific discoveries from that period), were built inside the gallery. Today Uffizi boasts of an impressive collection of artworks dating back hundreds of centuries.

Floors of Uffizi Gallery

  • Ground Floor: Right after entering the Uffizi Gallery complex, you will find plenty of souvenir shops, art history books, children’s book and other several other recreational pitstops to your right. This is also the part of the museum where you can find your ticket windows as well as a well-stocked bookstore towards the exit.
  • First Floor: A priceless collection of art exhibits await you; including the ‘Cabinet of Prints and Drawings’, and three of Caravaggio's most famous paintings: “The Sacrifice of Isaac,” “Bacchus,” and “Medusa”.
  • Second Floor: The second floor of the museum has a collection adorned within its 45 halls, including artworks from the 13th to 18th centuries. Some of these comprise of timeless paintings, invaluable sculptures and an eclectic collection of antiquity from the Medici family displayed in over three corridors lined up within the interior of the U-shaped palace.

"Annunciation" by Leonardo Da Vinci

The Annunciation is the first work by Leonardo Da Vinci, made between the year 1472 to 1475. The painting features the angel Gabriel, sent by God to announce to a virgin, Mary, that she would miraculously be giving birth to a son — named Jesus.

"Laocoön and his Sons" by Baccio Bandinelli

Known as the Laocoon Group, the sculpture by Baccio Bandinelli is deemed as one of the most famous ancient sculptures to have been excavated in Rome. Although the original sculpture stands in Vatican City today, Bandinelli especially created a miniature for Uffizi Gallery.

"Venus of Urbino" by Titian

Placed in Room number 28, Venus of Urbino is considered to be one of the most sensual paintings by Titian, and it was later recreated in several copies around the world. Although the painting represents an allegory of marriage, many claim that it had several hidden meanings and undertones due to its wise use of color as well as contrast.

"Birth of Venus" by Botticelli

The painting is a depiction of Goddess Venus arriving onshore after her birth. It features her standing in the middle of the sea, grown-up, and surrounded by Greek Gods and other mythological figures. The painting is considered to be Botticelli’s greatest work and was originally a gift to the Medici family.

Beyond the Uffizi Gallery

If you opt for an Uffizi Gallery combo ticket, you're in for a treat. Read on to know a little more about the different things to do in the city of Florence.

Accademia Gallery

Home to the iconic Statue of David, the Accademia Gallery is the second most-visited museum in Florence, only behind the Uffizi. It has been divided into 7 halls, each hosting a variety of artwork, sculptures and historical artifacts. Keep an eye out for works by Bartolini, Michelangelo, Boticelli and many more. Accademia Gallery tickets can be booked separately or as part of a combo tour with the Uffizi.

Duomo Florence Cathedral

The Florence Duomo is instantly recognizable by its patented green, red, and white brick layout, along with the magnificent dome that can be identified from a distance. It is one of the most visited sites in Florence and is considered to be a grand symbol of Renaissance architecture. Visitors can explore the Cathedral, or go up to the Dome as well with Duomo Florence tickets.

Florence City Tour

What better way to soak in Florence' history, art and architecture than by opting for a guided tour? On this Florence city tour, you'll get to visit all the top attractions in the city, and get a close, personal view of the centuries of rich history and culture that is lined in its walls and streets.

Uffizi Gallery Tickets FAQs

Are Uffizi Gallery tickets available online?

Yes. Guests can now book their tickets online. They can choose their preferred date and time to visit the gallery.

What are the different types of Uffizi Gallery tickets?

Guests can book skip-the-line tickets, guided tours, or combo tours with their Uffizi Gallery tickets.

Do Uffizi Gallery tickets include skip-the-line access?

Yes. Uffizi Gallery skip-the-line tickets are available now, allowing visitors to bypass the queues and head straight to the entry point.

Are guided Uffizi Gallery tours available?

Yes, you can book Uffizi guided tours now. These include the services of a professional tour guide and skip-the-line access to the gallery.

What are Uffizi Gallery hours?

Uffizi Gallery hours are from Tuesday to Sunday between 08:15 AM to 06:50 PM. It is closed on Mondays, along with 1 January and 25 December.
On 31 December, the Uffizi Gallery will close at 5:30 PM, with final entry at 4:00 PM.

How do I get to the Uffizi Gallery?

If you take the train or the bus, alight at Santa Maria Novella (SMN) train station and walk to the gallery. You can alternatively drive down or walk to the Uffizi as well.

Is the Uffizi Gallery wheelchair-accessible?

Yes. The Uffizi Gallery is wheelchair accessible. Ramps and elevators are available at the gallery for ease of use.
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