Accademia Gallery and Michelangelo’s David Guided Tour

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Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
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Experience Highlights

Discover the Galleria dell'Accademia in Florence with direct access without queuing on a guided tour of approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. Get up close and personal with Michelangelo's famous Renaissance masterpiece "David" and see other works such as "San Matteo" and "Prigioni".

  • Direct and skip the line entry to the Accademia Gallery
  • Get up close and personal with Botticelli's famous paintings.
  • Take a tour of the museum of musical instruments

What’s included

  • Expert guide
  • Entrance to the Academy Gallery
  • Music exhibition

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Step by Step

Visit the Accademia Gallery in Florence on a guided tour lasting approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. Explore the home of the most famous works by world-renowned artists such as Michelangelo, Botticelli and Andrea Orcagna.

Start your visit by entering the gallery without queuing with your direct entry ticket. Get up close and personal with famous works such as:

  • The "David": made by Michelangelo Buonarroti, depicting the biblical King David before facing Goliath.
  • St. Matthew: Michelangelo's unfinished marble work of about 2.61 metres high.
  • Prigioni: a work by Michelangelo showing prisoners trying to free themselves.
  • Madonna and Child, St. John and the two angels: a work by Sandro Botticelli from 1468 that is characterised by the vividness of its colours.
  • Madonna del mare: a work by Sandro Botticelli and Filippino Lippi showing a portrait of the Virgin Mary holding a pomegranate.
  • Madonna and Child among four saints: a striking and colourful work by Andrea Orcagna dating from 1353.

Discover the museum of musical instruments and its incredible collection of hundreds of instruments including properties by Antonio Stradivari and Bartolomeo Cristofori.

In addition, the Gallery has a room with a multimedia system that allows you to immerse yourself in a unique musical experience.


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    I don't understand much about art I guess, but the tour is still good.
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    Excellent guide and the museum is beautiful!
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    I highly recommend this tour!
  • N
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    There were many people in the museum, otherwise everything was fine.
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