This reservation allows you to skip the line to visit the National Bargello Museum in Florence.
The ticket gives access to all the open sections of the Bargello 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 Bargello with skip-the-line priority entrance, hourly booking, online booking rights.
Full ticket (adult): € 11.00 + € 4.00 booking fee
The price does not include: guide service, audio guide (bookable with supplement) Reduced and Free Tickets at the Bargello Museum in Florence
ACCESSIBILITY - The museum is equipped with devices for access to disabled people.
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DESCRIPTION OF YOUR RESERVATION
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.
The National Bargello Museum in Florence - How to visit the museum and what to see
The Bargello National Museum is housed in one of the most important medieval palaces in the city, Palazzo del Podestà, in the immediate vicinity of Palazzo Vecchio, and houses the most important collection of Renaissance sculptures. The museum was founded in 1865. The exhibition unfolds on the three floors of the building.
On the ground floor you can admire the fascinating overall view of the courtyard and the Michelangelo room. Among the works of Michelangelo Buonarroti, the Bacchus (1497), the Tondo Pitti (1504) representing the Madonna with the Child Jesus and San Giovannino and the David-Apollo, a later work by Michelangelo and the Brutus, the only surviving Michelangelo bust, stand out. Some small works sculpted by Bartolomeo Ammannati, Tribolo and Baccio Bandinelli surround the room.
On the first floor there is the imposing Sala di Donatello with the most famous works of the master including the David, a bronze sculpture created between 1439 and 1443. The young David, after having won the gigantic Goliath, is standing victorious and he rests his left foot on the cheek of the defeated giant whose head lies on the ground. David is represented by the artist completely naked, he only has decorated shoes that cover part of his feet. The young man with his right hand holds the sword with which he beheaded Goliath while in the left he holds a stone. This work is the emblem of the Italian fifteenth century, the first relief in the round, intended as a work in itself, free from architectural elements. Also on the first floor are the Sala del Trecento and the Sala degli Avori, where precious pieces donated to the museum by the collector and antiquarian Louis Carrand in 1888 are kept. The Carrand room is not only striking for its collection of precious objects but also for the fascinating frescoed ceiling that recalls a starry sky. From the Carrand Room it is possible to access the Chapel of Mary Magdalene, the ancient prayer space of the Podestà.
On the second and last floor are the Verrocchio room and the rooms of Andrea and Giovanni della Robbia, the Bronzetti room, the Bruzzichelli room, the Majolica room and the Armory room where the surviving pieces of the dispersion of the Medici armory. In these rooms you can see coins, majolica, glass, weapons, medals and busts of Florentines and illustrious figures of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, from Battista Sforza to Federico da Montefeltro.
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 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.
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