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Priority Entrance Tickets to the Uffizi Gallery

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  • With these priority entrance tickets, you can bypass the long ticketing lines and save precious time to spend inside the Uffizi Gallery.
  • Home to the world’s greatest collection of Italian Renaissance art, with masterpieces by Giotto, Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Raphael, and Caravaggio, the Uffizi Gallery evokes a strong emotion of awe and wonder.
  • Wander the halls of Florence's most visited museum at your own pace and discover the many works of art ranging from the 12th century to the 17th century, including Botticelli's famed ""Birth of Venus"".
  • Entry for anyone below 18 is free. EU citizens below the age of 25 enjoy reduced price tickets which they can avail at the Gallery itself.
  • This tour cannot be canceled, amended or rescheduled.
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Skip The Line to Uffizi Gallery - Guided Tour

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  • Gain skip the line entry to the Uffizi Gallery and enjoy a 2-hour guided tour in a small group of no more than 14 people with a professional guide.
  • Marvel at legendary masterpieces by renowned artists like Botticelli, Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Giotto and many more which are proudly hosted within the labyrinth of rooms in the Uffizi Gallery.
  • This guided tour will be conducted in your choice of language: English, Spanish, Italian, French, and German.
  • Kindly note that while your tickets allow you to skip the entry line into the gallery, the line through security check cannot be bypassed.
  • Reduced Prices are available as per the date and time of experience chosen. - Please check the booking page for further information.
  • You may cancel up to 48 hours in advance for a full refund.
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Skip The Line Guided Tour to Uffizi + Accademia Galleries

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  • Explore two of the most popular museums in Florence - the Accademia Galleries and Uffizi, on this tour that lets you bypass the hours-long lines with a professional guide in a language of your choice (English, German, Italian, Spanish and French guided tours available).
  • Learn about the various pieces of art, sculptures, and paintings as you take in the vast and famous collections housed at both museums.
  • From the magnificent sculpture of ‘David’ by Michelangelo housed at the Accademia Gallery to the coveted paintings of Botticelli and Giotto housed inside the Uffizi Gallery, this tour is a fine taste of culture and art.
  • This tour is divided into 2 parts - the first half starting at 10:30 AM from Accademia Gallery and the second half starting from Uffizi Gallery at 4:15 PM. After the first half of your tour at Accademia Galleria, you're free to grab lunch and walk about the city until the second half of the tour begins.
  • Children aged 6 years and below do not require a ticket for this guided tour.
  • You may cancel up to 48 hours in advance for a full refund.
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Skip The Line to Uffizi & Accademia Galleries + Florence City Tour

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  • On this 6-hour English guided tour, explore the best of what Florence has to offer alongside skip the line entry to the Uffizi & Accademia Galleries.
  • Not only will you be able to see Florence like a native, this tour gives you access to the two crown jewels of the city which exhibits some of the best art collections in Europe!
  • Start your tour at the Accademia Gallery and learn about the many artworks harboured within its walls, including the legendary sculpture of David by Michelangelo.
  • Afterwards, explore the narrow streets of Florence on foot and acquaint yourself with its history and culture before heading to the Uffizi Gallery with its extraordinary collection of artworks from the Renaissance period.
  • Audio headsets will be provided for groups of more than 15 people.
  • Reduced Prices are available as per the date and time of experience chosen. Please check the booking page for further information.
  • You may cancel up to 48 hours in advance for a full refund.
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Palazzo Pitti & Palatine Gallery Skip The Line Tickets

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  • Skip the long ticketing lines and gain direct entry into Palazzo Pitti, commissioned by banker Luca Pitta and the former residence of the Grand Dukes of Tuscany, inhabited over the centuries by the Medici, Lorraine and Savoy families.
  • The palace houses an impressive collection of silver and jewelry, a couple of art museums and a series of rooms that recreate life in the palace during House of Savoy times, allowing you to delve into the history of the place and architecture.
  • Tour the magnificent State apartments and admire the rusticated stonework and style of the Palace which gives the palazzo a severe and powerful atmosphere.
  • After touring the Royal apartments and State rooms, head over to the Palatine Gallery which holds many riches and treasures acquired by the Medicis over the years including gorgeous artworks and historical artifacts.
  • These tickets cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.
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Boboli Gardens Skip The Line Entrance Tickets

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  • With these tickets, you can skip the long ticketing lines and gain entry into the Boboli Gardens at Uffizi where architecture, nature, and sculptures meet in a heady bang of Renaissance style and wonder.
  • Admire the many attractions in and around the park up close, such as the 6-meter high obelisk from the time of Ramses II, the stunning grottoes, and the regal Fountain of Neptune.
  • Stroll along the geometric pathway wound around this verdant green landscape and surround yourself with basic expressions of the ideals from the Renaissance period with formally ordered, beautifully adorned, and simulated ancient structures.
  • Included in the ticket price is a visit to the Bardini Gardens and the Museum of Porcelain which were only recently opened to the public and delve within a period of true Renaissance beauty.
  • These tickets cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.
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The Uffizi Gallery Reopens Post-COVID-19

After more than two months of closure following the COVID-19 pandemic, the Uffizi Gallery in Florence reopened its doors to the public on 3 June 2020. To ensure public safety, several health measures and guidelines have been implemented. Please ensure that you adhere to these guidelines and are well-versed with their requirements before booking your ticket.

These are the various sections that are now open to the public at the Uffizi Gallery:

  • First and second floors
  • Uffizi Library
  • Study room of the Department of Prints and Drawings
  • Historical and Research Archive
  • Restoration Department
  • Consultation Room of the Photographic Archive

Safety Guidelines to Visit the Uffizi Gallery

Here are all the essential visitor rules in place at the Uffizi:

  • The Uffizi Gallery now accepts only online reservations. Please book your tickets online before your visit. 
  • Masks that completely cover the nose and mouth have been made mandatory. Visitors are required to keep their masks on throughout the duration of their visit.
  • The temperature of all visitors will be checked by thermal scanners before their entry. Any individual whose temperature is recorded above 37.5° C (99.5° F) will not be permitted into the gallery.
  • A minimum of 2 meters distance is to be maintained between visitors
  • Guided tours can now accommodate groups of only 10 persons or less
  • Revised opening hours for the Uffizi Gallery are: 02:00 PM to 06:30 PM (last entry at 05:30 PM) from Wednesday to Friday and 09:00 AM to 06:30 PM (last entry at 05:30 PM) on Saturday and Sunday.   

Uffizi Gallery Tickets

The House of Medici, once a powerful political and religious dynasty in Florence, had a fine eye for art. Sometime in the 1560s, Cosimo I de' Medici, former Duke of Florence, asked Giorgio Vasari to design a structure for administrative purposes, as an office, or Uffizi. With Vasari’s heart and soul, the landmark became a special home for the Medici family’s carefully-curated art collection over the years -- and the Uffizi Gallery was born. 

Millions of visitors flood to Florence each year to get a glimpse of what could arguably be listed as the greatest art collection in the world -- even above the Louvre in Paris and Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. With Uffizi Gallery tickets, you would have the rare opportunity to admire artwork by some of the finest artists who have ever lived, such as Raphael, Caravaggio, Leonardo da Vinci and Michaelangelo.  

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Guided Tours

The best way to familiarize yourself with all the artwork on display and navigate your way through the massive space is by opting for a guided Uffizi Gallery tour. A professional tour guide, fluent in various languages like English, Italian, Spanish and French will accompany you along the way while enlightening you with interesting trivia and information.

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Skip the Line

Since the Uffizi Gallery is one of the most popular attractions in Florence, you can almost always find long waiting queues at the entrance. If you’re looking for a way to bypass these queues, the best option is to opt for Uffizi Gallery skip the line tickets; guests get priority access to the Uffizi and can zoom past the long lines.

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Visit Accademia Gallery

The Accademia Gallery’s Statue of David is a prime attraction in Florence. If you’re looking for a tour that covers prominent artwork in the city, your best bet would be to opt for Uffizi and Accademia combo tickets. With this ticket option, guests get a guided tour of both Uffizi and Accademia art galleries in the city.

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Combo Tours

Apart from the Uffizi and Accademia Galleries, there’s plenty to see and explore in the city of Florence; from the majestic Duomo to the Pitti Palace. If you’re looking to observe and visit the major attractions in Florence, opting for Uffizi combo tickets is the best option; these will take you on a delightful walking tour of the city.

What to See at the Uffizi Gallery

The Uffizi Gallery is home to countless pieces of exquisite art, spread across more than 100 rooms. While it’s a challenge to cover them all, here are the ones that cannot be missed at the Uffizi Gallery.

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Birth of Venus, Sandro Botticelli

Perhaps the greatest piece of art by Renaissance-era painter Sandro Botticelli is the Birth of Venus. Spanning about 10 feet, this piece, originally a gift to the Medici family, beautifully depicts the Goddess of Love, Venus. Situated atop a seashell, seemingly undergoing a baptism, this painting blends Christian and Renaissance thought into one effortless confluence.

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Coronation of the Virgin, Fra Angelico

Italian painter Fra Angelico’s talent was once described as “near-perfect” by Vasari. His piece, Coronation of the Virgin, represents Christ placing a crown on Mary’s head, surrounded by saints and angels. Due to the use of rich colors, Angelico’s work is arguably one of the best alter pieces in art history and has been at the Uffizi since the 1800s. 

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Laocoön and his Sons, Baccio Bandinelli

Since its excavation, back in the 1500s in Rome, Bandinelli’s Laocoön and his Sons is one of the most famous sculptures to have ever been created. Based on the classic Greek story of the murder of Laocoön and his sons, one can observe Bandinelli’s careful attention to detail in portraying the raw emotion of human agony.

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Madonna with the Long Neck, Parmigianino

Parmigianino uses unusual distortions to add a radical touch to his portrait of Mother Mary and Baby Jesus. In his attempt to provide a fresh perspective to a tried-and-tested artistic depiction, Parmigianino visualizes a larger-than-life Madonna with a long, swan-like neck, holding a large baby Jesus, surrounded by onlooking angels.

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Portrait of Pope Leo X with Two Cardinals, Raphael

While most painters approach the subjects of their art with an idealistic lens, Raphael, chose to portray Pope Leo X from a more realistic perspective. One can find the Pope in his middle-age, as not just a powerful religious figure, but a public intellectual as well. What speaks volumes here is the influence on art under the Medici family.

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Annunciation, Leonardo da Vinci & Andrea del Verrocchio

Under the tutelage of Verrocchio, da Vinci created his first masterpiece, one that is highly coveted by most art museums in the world. This piece depicts the moment Angel Gabriel announced to Mary that she would, miraculously, give birth to a boy. In particular, one can focus on the minute details of Mary’s features and the lilies in Gabriel’s palm.

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Venus of Urbino, Titian

Few paintings from Titian’s era flamboyantly represent erotica like his Venus of Urbino. Regarded as a highly controversial painting of its time, it depicts Venus in a nude form, seemingly representing marriage, motherhood and eroticism. Irrespective of whether you are an art critic, you are sure to admire the painting’s fine detailing and subtle color tone.

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Medusa, Caravaggio

Caravaggio’s depiction of Medusa, one of Greek mythology’s most fascinating characters, has held onto critics’ attention for centuries. Based on legend, anyone who looked at Medusa, she could turn to stone. This alluring painting, a canvas on a shield, portrays her decapitated head, at the hands of Perseus, who used a shield to protect his eyes.

Plan Your Visit

Opening Hours
Getting There
What are Uffizi Gallery hours?

Uffizi Gallery opening hours are: Wednesday to Friday: 02:00 PM to 06:30 PM (last entry at 05:30 PM); Saturday and Sunday: 09:00 AM to 06:30 PM (last entry at 05:30 PM).

When is the Uffizi Gallery closed?

The Uffizi Gallery is closed on Mondays, and 1 January, 1 May and 25 December.

What is the best time to visit the Uffizi Gallery?

The best time to visit the Uffizi Gallery is early morning before the crowds settle in, or the final hour before entry closes.

How do I get to the Uffizi Gallery?

You can take public transport like the train and bus to get to the Uffizi Gallery, or drive down via private car or taxi.

Can I take the train to the Uffizi Gallery?

Yes. You can alight at Santa Maria Novella, the closest station to the Uffizi. From here, you would have to walk for less than 20 minutes to get to your destination.

Where is the Uffizi Gallery located?

The Uffizi Gallery is located at Piazzale degli Uffizi 6, 50122, Florence, Italy
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How far is the Florence Duomo from the Uffizi Gallery?

You can reach the Florence Duomo by a short, 10-minute walk from the Uffizi.

Uffizi Gallery Tickets FAQs

Q. Is it safe to visit the Uffizi Gallery post-COVID-19?
A. The Uffizi Gallery now accepts only online reservations, and has administered several health measures in place to ensure the safety of its visitors. 

Q. What are the safety and hygiene measures in place at the Uffizi Gallery?
A. Several measures have been put in place at the Uffizi Gallery in light of COVID-19. Only bookings made online are accepted at the entrance. It is mandatory that visitors wear masks that cover their nose and face at all times and their temperature will be checked by thermal scanners before entry. Guided tours now permit only groups of 10.

Q. Are Uffizi Gallery tickets available online now?
A. Yes. The Uffizi Gallery is only accepting online reservations now. You can book your Uffizi Gallery tickets online. 

Q. Are Uffizi Gallery tickets refundable?
A. It depends on the ticket you choose to book. While some tickets offer a full refund on canceling tickets up to 48-72 hours in advance, for others there may be no refund available on cancelation. Please check before you make your reservation. 

Q. What is the maximum group size for guided tours of the Uffizi Gallery?
A. While the Uffizi Gallery is accepting reservations for guided tours, it has placed a cap on the maximum number of visitors in a group. Each guided tour group can comprise a maximum of 10 visitors now.

Q. What are the opening hours for Uffizi Gallery post-COVID-19? 
A. Uffizi Gallery opening hours post-COVID-19 are:
Wednesday to Friday: 02:00 PM to 06:30 PM (last entry at 05:30 PM)
Saturday and Sunday: 09:00 AM to 06:30 PM (last entry at 05:30 PM)

Q. What parts of the Uffizi Gallery are open post-COVID-19?
A. First and second floors, the Uffizi Library, the Study Room of the Department of Prints and Drawings, the Historical and Research Archive, the Restoration Department and the Consultation Room of the Photographic Archive.

Q. What are the advantages of purchasing skip-the-line Uffizi Gallery tickets?
A. Skip-the-line tickets allow you to bypass the long lines and save time and money on your trip. They also offer exclusive access to certain sections of the gallery which may otherwise be restricted.

Q. How long does it take to explore the Uffizi Gallery on a guided tour?
A. A guided tour of the entire Uffizi Gallery takes around 2 hours. You can also avail 4 to 6-hour long guided tours of the Uffizi Gallery and Accademia Gallery.

Q. When is admission to the Uffizi Gallery free?
A. Entrance to the Uffizi Gallery is free on March 24th, June 23rd, October 11th and October 31st.

Q. What are the languages that the guided tours are available in?
A. You can avail guided tours with a professional guide in a host of languages including English, German, Italian, Spanish and French.

Q. Does the Uffizi Gallery offer any wheelchair and storage facilities?
A. The Uffizi Gallery offers an access ramp from the Via della Ninna. There are also lifts at the beginning and end of the gallery. It also houses a cloakroom where you can store your luggage.