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Uffizi Gallery: Reserved Entrance Ticket

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  • The Uffizi Gallery evokes a strong emotion of awe and wonder, as it houses the world’s greatest collection of Italian Renaissance art.
  • Enjoy the works of Giotto, Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Raphael, Caravaggio, and many more as you wander the halls of this gallery at your own pace.
  • Delve into the works of art ranging from the 12th century to the 17th century, including Botticelli's famed Birth of Venus.
  • Note: Booking fee is included in the ticket price.
  • Ages 18yrs and under and EU citizens aged 25yrs and under enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID).
  • If you have purchased reduced-price tickets, please carry your valid photo ID proof for verification. Students must show their valid student IDs.
  • Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 4 hours before the schedule.

Uffizi Gallery Priority Access with Guided Tour

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Duration: 2 Hrs
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  • Skip the long ticketing lines at the Uffizi Gallery and enjoy a spirited guided tour of the most-visited attraction in the city.
  • Enjoy a cozy small tour group of 14 guests or less, led by an expert English-speaking tour guide.
  • Marvel at legendary masterpieces by renowned artists like Botticelli, Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Giotto.
  • Waltz past these works of art and pick up lesser-known facts and minute details from your tour guide.
  • This tour is conducted in 5 languages; choose the language of your preference: English, Spanish, Italian, French, and German.
  • Note: The skip-the-line entry does not let you skip the security check.
  • Reduced prices are available as per the date and time of experience chosen. - Please check the booking page for further information.
  • Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 4 hours before the schedule.

Semi-Private Uffizi Gallery Renaissance Art Tour

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Duration: 1.5 Hrs
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  • Avoid the queues at the Uffizi Gallery with this skip-the-line ticket.
  • The Uffizi Gallery has the world’s finest collection of Italian Renaissance paintings, especially from the Florentine school.
  • It is also home to antiques, sculptures, and over 100,000 drawings and prints.
  • Spend your time here tracing centuries' worth of art through the chronologically arranged pieces.
  • See the legendary works of prolific painters including Botticelli, Leonardo Da Vinci, Raphael, Michelangelo, Giotto, and many more.
  • Marvel at the masterpieces of these genius artists in a small group of no more than 14 people.
  • An expert guide will take you through the museum and offer you insights about the venue and its artworks which you might not have known.
  • Not just that, the guide will answer all your questions about paintings or the architecture of the Uffizi.
  • This guided tour is in English only.
  • Infants aged 0-3 can go for free. Children aged 4-14 enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID).
  • Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 48 hours before the schedule.

Florence Half-Day Tour – Uffizi & Accademia Galleries with Florence Cathedral

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Duration: 2.5 Hrs
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  • Your tour begins with a spirited walking tour through the stunning city, passing by iconic landmarks as you do.
  • Walk alongside your expert tour guide who will not only navigate your way through the city but answer all your questions about Florence.
  • Continue onwards to the Florence Cathedral, known for its legendary Brunelleschi’s red dome
  • You will get to spend some time exploring and listen to your guide tell you fascinating stories about the cathedral's history and features, from the outside.
  • The Ponte Vecchio Bridge, leather market, and Piazza Signoria are next on the itinerary - enjoy a good dose of shopping here.
  • At the Accademia Gallery, where you will enter with your priority access tickets and admire the amazing masterpieces inside the gallery, including Michelangelo's David before breaking for lunch.
  • After a lunch break, you'll head to Uffizi Gallery and see the incredible works of art by Titian, Vasari, and Leonardo da Vinci.
    -All through the day, your local guide’s exceptional English commentary is sure to enrich your exploration of Florence as you travel through the city.
  • Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 72h before the schedule.

Uffizi & Accademia Galleries Tour with Florence City Tour

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  • Walk through the city of Florence and soak up its stunning sights, alongside a chance to visit two of its most famous galleries.
  • Enjoy skip-the-line entry into the Uffizi & Accademia Galleries, and admire the works of art by revered artists.
  • At the Accademia Gallery first, learn about the many artworks harbored within its walls, including the legendary sculpture of David by Michelangelo.
  • Take to the colorful streets of Florence next, and acquaint yourself with its history and culture.
  • Finally, head to the Uffizi Gallery and gasp at its extraordinary collection of artworks from the Renaissance period.
  • All the while, find out interesting facts and secrets about this enticing city from your expert English-speaking tour guide.
  • If your tour group consists of 15 guests or less, personal audio headsets will be provided.
  • Reduced prices are available as per the date and time of experience chosen. Please check the booking page for further information.
  • Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 48hrs before the schedule.

The Uffizi Gallery Reopens in 2021

The Uffizi Gallery in Florence reopened to the public on 4 May 2021. This move comes with various public safety measures in place. Here's everything you need to know before planning a visit.

Covid-19 Safety Measures and Rules at the Uffizi Gallery

  • Online reservations for Uffizi Gallery tickets are now open. While guests can book their tickets at the physical counters at the gallery, it is recommended that they book tickets online to ensure contactless experiences.
  • It is mandatory that guests wear masks that completely cover the nose and mouth throughout the duration of their visit
  • All visitors will undergo a mandatory temperature check. Any individual whose temperature is higher than 37.5° C (99.5° F) will not be permitted into the gallery.
  • A minimum of 1.80 m distance is to be maintained between visitors at all times
  • Group visits cannot exceed 10 members, and within the group, social distancing must be maintained  

Tickets to Uffizi Gallery 2021

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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Accademia & Uffizi Tours

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.

Discounted Uffizi Gallery Tickets

EU citizens between the age of 18-26 enjoy reduced pricing on their tickets. They will need to provide a valid government ID as proof to avail of this benefit.
Differently-abled visitors and children under the age of 18 enjoy free entry into the Uffizi Gallery.

Choosing the Best Uffizi Tickets
Uffizi Gallery: Reserved Entrance Ticket
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Uffizi & Accademia Gallery + walking tour of Florence

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Skip-the-line Access

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These tickets cannot be canceled, amended or refunded

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Cancel up to 48 hours in advance for a full refund

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Cancel up to 48 hours in advance for a full refund

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Cancel up to 48 hours in advance for a full refund

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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. Learn more about Uffizi Gallery artworks.

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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 to Uffizi Gallery

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Uffizi Gallery opening hours in 2021 are 8:15 AM - 6:50 PM between Tuesday to Sunday.

It is closed on Monday, along with 1 January and 25 December.

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.

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Train: 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.

Bus: The nearest bus stop is the Galleria Degli Uffizi Bus Stop on the C1 Bus Route.

Car: You can drive to Uffizi Gallery, with the nearest parking spots available at Piazza Mentana and Garage Palazzo Vecchio.

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  • Wheelchair Accessibility: The Uffizi Gallery is completely accessible by differently-abled visitors. Special ramps and elevators are available for use.
  • Storage: Guests can deposit their luggage, coats and other carry-ons free of charge. The cloakroom is located near the entrance.
  • Photography: Photography is permitted. However, flash photography and the use of tripods or selfie sticks is not permitted.
  • Other Facilities & Services: The Uffizi Gallery has public washrooms, a cafeteria, bookshop, and an ATM.
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Uffizi Gallery has two entrances:

  • Pre-booked tickets (Door 3): When your book your ticket online, you can head directly to Door 3 to display your mobile ticket and enter the gallery.
  • Offline tickets (Door 2): For those that are looking to purchase tickets at the venue, queue up at Door 2 to purchase your tickets and enter.

Large groups and special tours can enter from Door 1.

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  • Keep your ticket with you for the entirety of your visit as you may be asked to present it at any time.
  • Masks that cover your nose and mouth must be kept on at all times during your stay at the Museum.
  • Groups cannot exceed the maximum number of 10 people.
  • Guests may not eat or drink in the exhibition area.
  • They may not touch the works of art or place any objects that may potentially damage the works close to them.
  • Guests cannot carry alcohol, canned drinks, firearms, or metal objects like knives into the premises.
  • Patrons are requested to refrain from talking loudly on the phone while inside the exhibition.
  • Please use the appropriate bins while throwing away your trash.
  • Do not write on the walls or deface any surfaces in the premises.
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  • Accademia Gallery: The Accademia Gallery is famous as the home to Michaelangelo's David. Its impressive art collection makes it one of the best art museums in the city.
  • Palazzo Vecchio: Palazzo Vecchio is a town hall and museum in Florence. Originally built as a palace in 1299, today, it houses the local mayor's office, alongside serving as a museum.
  • Boboli Gardens: Boboli Gardens is a historical park in the heart of Florence. Located right behind Palazzo Pitti, this verdant park features many fountains and sculptures and is a true example of an Italian style garden.
  • Palazzo Pitti: Constructed primarily in the Renaissance style, the Pitti Palace is the largest museum complex in the city. Its largest gallery, the Palatine Gallery, features nearly 500 Renaissance paintings and is spread over 28 rooms.
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The Uffizi Gallery features works from predominantly European artists. With works of different mediums and following a range of themes, the Uffizi Museum houses well-known paintings like Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli, A Scholar in his Study by Rembrandt, and Angel Playing the Lute by Rosso Fiorentino.

Upon its reopening in May 2021, the Uffizi Gallery had added 14 new rooms and 129 works of art in the premises, giving more space to artists that have historically been marginalized — women and people of colour (POC). The museum also discovered 17th-century frescoes in its west wing, which guests can now admire.

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Uffizi Museum

The Uffizi Museum is spread across three floors and over a hundred rooms. It is one of the most-visited museums in Italy, and houses some of the most culturally important works of art. The museum was built in starting 1560, and over time has seen restoration and renovation.

Most recently, it was renovated during the COVID-19 crisis when the museum had shut down. During this time, new frescoes were discovered, and fourteen new rooms were built to house more works of art.

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If you're looking to delve into art history, or simply want to introduce children to art, the Uffizi museum hosts fantastic educational projects and webinars for school children. When it comes to Webinars, a maximum of 10 students can meet with a representative of the Department of Education virtually and discuss particular thematic art.

You can also visit the website for videos where curators discuss art or take you on a tour around the museum.

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The Uffizi Gallery hosts numerous events throughout the year for its guests. Currently, there are two:

  • Uffizi on Air: This online show is live-streamed on the official Facebook page of the museum. Visitors can tune in at 1:30 PM on Mondays where an expert curator discusses a particular work of art from the Uffizi Museum, Palazzo Pitti, or Boboli Gardens.
  • Empresses, matrons, freedwomen: This on-site exhibition will be hosted until June 13, 2021. Consisting of three sections the exhibition follows the life of Roman women and brings to light the stories and secrets from 1 A.D. to the second half of 2 A.D.
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Tickets to Uffizi Gallery: FAQs

Is it safe to visit the Uffizi Gallery post-Coronavirus in 2021?

The Uffizi Gallery will be reopened to the public in May 2021 with a slew of safety measures in place for public health. The most important one being that it now accepts online reservations.

What public safety measures are in place at the Uffizi Gallery in 2021?

Several measures are in place at the Uffizi Gallery after its reopening in 2021. Online bookings of Uffizi Gallery tickets are available. It is mandatory that visitors wear masks at all times and their temperature will be checked by thermal scanners before entry. Social distancing must maintained at all times.

Are Uffizi tickets available online in 2021?

Yes. Guests can now book their Uffizi tickets online.

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

Yes, your tickets to Uffizi include skip-the-line access, allowing you to bypass the long waiting lines and head straight to security check.

Are guided tours available of the Uffizi Gallery?

Yes. Guests can book Uffizi Gallery tickets that include guided tours.

What are Uffizi Gallery opening hours in 2021?

The Uffizi Gallery is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 08:15 AM to 06:50 PM. It is closed on Mondays, along with 1 January and 25 December.

Is the Uffizi Gallery wheelchair-accessible?

Yes. Special ramps and elevators are available at the Uffizi Gallery for differently-abled guests.

Can I purchase Uffizi tickets in advance?

Yes, you can book your Uffizi tickets in advance. The timeline may vary from ticket to ticket, as some allow for booking only a month in advance, while others can be booked up to three months in advance.

What are the different types of tickets to Uffizi?

You can choose between skip-the-line, combo, or guided tour tickets when visiting Uffizi gallery.

What is the best way to buy tickets to Uffizi Gallery?

The best way to buy tickets to Uffizi Gallery is to get them online as you can avoid the hassle of standing in queues and avail of numerous discounts offered by third-party ticketing websites.

How much do Uffizi tickets cost?

Uffizi tickets start at €29.

Can I cancel my tickets to Uffizi?

The cancellation policy of your tickets depends on the type of Uffizi tickets booked. While some can be cancelled up to 48 hours in advance orders cannot be cancelled amended or rescheduled. It is advised that you check the cancellation policy before booking your tickets.

How long are my Uffizi Gallery tickets valid for?

Your Uffizi Gallery tickets are generally valid for the date and time selected at checkout. It is advised you check the validity prior to booking.

What is the Uffizi Gallery known for?

Uffizi Gallery is renowned for its incredible collection of art and sculptures from the Middle Ages to the Modern Period.

What famous art is in the Uffizi Gallery?

Some of the famous works to look out for include Boticelli's The Birth of Venus, Leonardo Da Vinci and Andrea del Verrochio's The Annunciation, Caravaggio's Medusa, and Venus of Urbino, among others.

Who can avail of discounted tickets to Uffizi Gallery?

EU citizens between the age of 18-26 enjoy reduced pricing on their tickets. They will need to provide a valid government ID as proof to avail of this benefit.
Differently-abled visitors and children under the age of 18 enjoy free entry into the Uffizi Gallery.

How many floors does the Uffizi Gallery have?

The Uffizi is spread across three floors.

How can I get to Uffizi Museum?

You can take public transport like the train and bus or drive down to Uffizi Gallery.

What is the best time to visit the Uffizi Gallery?

The best time to visit the Uffizi Gallery is as soon as it opens or in the late evening when the crowds have dwindled down.

What events are currently happening at Uffizi Gallery?

An online exhibit is #UffiziOnAir, where an expert sheds light on a work from Uffizi, Palazzo Pitti, and Boboli Gardens. It is held every Monday at 1:30 PM. Yet another event you can check out is the "Empresses, matrons, freedwomen" exhibition, which is on till 13 June 2021.