Buy Tickets   

Uffizi Gallery

Skip-the-line Tickets

By booking this ticket, it is possible to visit the Uffizi Gallery by entering through a door dedicated to visitors with reservations and avoid long waits at the ticket office.

Buy Tickets
Museum Tickets
Museums Florence
from Tuesday to Sunday. The Uffizi museum is closed on Mondays. The Accademia Gallery is closed on December 25th and January 1st.
Museums Florence
Flexible. The booked time must be respected. Once inside the museum, it is possible to stay until closing.

Galleria dell'Accademia in Florence - Entrance tickets


This reservation allows you to skip the line and visit the Accademia Gallery in Florence better known as the David Museum. In fact, the Academy hosts Michelangelo Buonarroti's David.

The ticket gives access to all the open sections of the Academy museum. With this ticket it will therefore be possible to visit the entire exhibition itinerary of the museum, including any temporary exhibitions if scheduled.

This booking includes the entrance ticket to the Accademia Gallery with skip-the-line priority entrance, hourly booking, online booking rights.

Galleria dell'Accademia in Florence - Entrance tickets Details
Museums Florence
When from Tuesday to Sunday. The Uffizi museum is closed on Mondays. The Accademia Gallery is closed on December 25th and January 1st.
Museums Florence
Hours from 8:15 am to 4:45 pm. The entrance can be booked every 15 minutes. The Accademia Gallery closes at 6:20 pm
Museums Florence
Duration Flexible. The booked time must be respected. Once inside the museum, it is possible to stay until closing.
Museums Florence
Address Via Ricasoli 60 - Florence
Museums Florence
Audioguides The audio guides are available in Italian, English, French, Spanish and German. Audio guides can be booked in advance. Audio guide cost 6.00 euros + 1.00 booking. The duration of the audio guide is up to 75 minutes. The route is customizable.
Museums Florence
Important Electronic ticket accepted on smartphone or tablet. Voucher sent by email. SKIP THE LINE ticket.

Other informations

The ticket does not need to be printed. You can show it directly on your mobile (digital voucher accepted).


Full ticket (adult): € 16.00 + € 4.00 booking fee

The price does not include: guide service, audio guide (available with supplement).


Once you have filled out the booking form and completed your order with payment, you will immediately receive a copy of your order by email. Check immediately the date, time and type of ticket chosen. If the details are correct, you will always receive the tickets by email as soon as the order is processed. This procedure may take at least 15 minutes. If your booking is for the same day, your ticket will be sent within minutes of placing your order. If you submit your order after 5pm, you will receive your ticket the next morning. If you reverse your order after 12 noon on Saturday, you will receive your ticket the following Monday.

The ticket must be pre-paid. It is necessary to show up 15 minutes before the booked time at the door of the museum reserved for reservation holders for check-in procedures. Metal detector checks are always mandatory.

IMPORTANT: the confirmed time may not coincide with the requested time. In this case, the booking order will be suspended and you will be contacted by e-mail. Please inform us of any time restrictions compatible with your programs, in the "notes" field. If no restrictions are specified, you will be required to accept different entry times in a time slot between 1 hour before and 1 hour after 'requested time.

Example: requested time 11.00. Bookable range 10.00-12.00 unless restrictions are indicated.

Italy Travels is not responsible for any partial closures of rooms, route changes, cancellations or delays in entry due to force measure, staff strikes or decisions of the Museum Management and the Superintendency.


The Accademia Gallery in Florence is located in the heart of the historic city center, a few steps from Piazza Duomo.

The Accademia gallery is one of the most visited Florentine museums because it houses one of the most famous statues in the world, the original of Michelangelo Buonarroti's David. The masterpieces exhibited in this museum, also known as the “David museum” are however many others.

The Michelangelo museum

The Accademia di Firenze museum exhibits the largest number of Buonarroti sculptures in the world. There are even 7 statues of the great master that are placed in this museum.

The gallery leading to the marble colossus is in fact decorated with the statues of the prisons, a group of six statues, partly unfinished, that Michelangelo created to decorate the tomb of Pope Julius II. This environment is precisely called the Galleria dei Prigioni. Of the 6 statues, two are exhibited in the Louvre, while the other 4 in this gallery. The 4 prisons in Florence were initially used by Cosimo I de 'Medici as an ornament at the Buontalenti grotto located in the Boboli Gardens.

Also inside the Accademia Gallery it is possible to admire the Pietà Palestrina and the San Matteo, both sculptures by Michelangelo.

In the Sala del Colosso there are instead numerous pictorial works of the '400 and' 500 Florentine artists including Paolo Uccello, Perugino, Botticelli, Ghirlandaio, Filippino Lippi while in the center of the room it is possible to admire the original plaster sketch of the famous sculpture by Giambologa, the Rape of the Sabines.

The Tribuna and the David

The Tribuna is the room created specifically to enhance the beauty of the famous David. The work portrays the biblical hero David, just before facing the giant Goliath. The David was defined by some as "the most beautiful artistic object ever made by man". The statue is over 5 meters high, it is located in the center of the square room, placed at the end of the prison gallery. A solution that allows visitors to admire the work in all its majesty and perfection with a 360 ° view of the marble colossus.

From the back of the gallery, the David appears in the background of a semi-spherical niche decorated with neoclassical motifs, illuminated by a glass ceiling, the absolute protagonist of this space created ad hoc to enhance the masterpiece.

However, the treasures of the Accademia Gallery do not end here. The Gipsoteca, the Giotteschi room, the 13th and early 14th century rooms, the International Gothic Room… and much more are available to visitors.

Cancellation Policy


From booking to 72 hours before the day of the visit, the cancellation penalty is equal to 8.00 euros per ticket.

Starting from 72 hours prior to the day of the visit and in case of no-show (no show) the cancellation penalty is equal to 100% of the amount paid, therefore you will not be entitled to any refund.

Reduced and Free Tickets

Reduced and Free Tickets to the Uffizi

Reduced ticket to the Uffizi Gallery: citizens of the European Union 18-25 years old.

Free ticket to the Uffizi Gallery: visitors 6-17 years.

In this case there are only booking fees for those who wish to skip the line.

An identity document will be required. If not provided, the visitor will be required to pay a full ticket.

All the handicapped and their companion enter for free, if in possession of a certificate of disability. No reservations will be required.

Other gratuities

- ICOM and ICROM members

Book Now
Book Now
Our Top Tours

our selection of guided tours, experience Florence with our art experts