Uffizi Tickets Reservation

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€ 22,49

Overview

Entry to the Uffizi Gallery is available every 15 minutes!
Reservations must be made with a minimum of 1 day notice.
Reservations are limited to 30 persons maximum.

Save time in ordering! Add into your basket all the museum tickets you want, then fill the form and send the request.
Before making your Uffizi Gallery reservation, please, read the Ordering Informations

IMPORTANT NOTICE: After succesfully completing a reservation, you will receive two e- mails: the copy of your order (immediately after submitting your order) and the confirmation mail (one working day after). In order to receive them, please make sure you insert your e-mail address correctly and check that your anti-spam filter or antivirus are not blocking mails from our address [email protected] Special attention for AOL, Comcast and Sbcglobal.net mailbox users. Vouchers will also be available, aftre one business day from the request, at the page www.weekendinitaly.com/get_vouchers2.php

PLEASE NOTICE: Confirmed time is not always the same time you requested; museum automatically confirms the closest available time (any time) on the same date if requested time is sold out.

Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 8:15 to 18:50; closed on Monday.

Cancellations and changes:
Changing a confirmed visit: you can change the date and time of a confirmed visit, paying a new service fee, and subject to museum availability.
Cancellation of confirmed visit: if you cancel a confirmed visit, the cost of unused ticket(s) will be refunded minus the service fee.
No shows: cost of unused ticket(s) will be refunded minus the service fee, upon request.

Uffizi Gallery Audio Guides Rental Service

Make the most of your visit to the Uffizi Gallery – book your Uffizi Gallery audio guide, after choosing the date, time, and number of tickets for your visit to the Uffizi Gallery! The Uffizi Gallery is one of the richest museums in the world, with some of the greatest artistic treasures of mankind on view. Make sure you don't miss important works of art, and supplement what you know with the audio guide's insightful commentary.

Audio guides are available in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, and Japanese.

The audio guided visit has a complete duration of 1 hour and 25 minutes and includes a selection of the most important works of art in the Gallery. To learn more about the works of art on view, choose the desired room and listen to the explanation of selected works in that room.

You will receive a confirmation voucher (valid only for the audio guide) together with the confirmation voucher for your visit to the museum. In order to pick up the audio guide, please deposit this voucher at the Audio Guides Desk – close to the point for reading the electronic ticket – along with a valid identity document (passports, identity cards or driver's license – only originals are accepted).

In case of loss or failure to return the audio guide, visitors will be requested to pay the cost (€ 250.00 per each audio guide).

Rules of conduct

The following are forbidden within the museum:

  • touching the works of art

  • leaning against the sculpture pedestals/bases or walls

  • smoking

  • litteriing with chewing gum

  • consuming food and drink

  • sitting on the ground and or on the security barriers

  • speaking loudly

  • behaving in ways not suited to the dignity of the place

  • bringing backpacks and umbrellas; on a rainy day it is a good idea to use only small handbag umbrellas

  • using your mobile phone

  • using the telescopic extender to take photographs (“selfie stick”)

  • using laser pointers

> Taking photographs and videos ise permitted provided they are taken without flash, lights and tripods, for personal, non-profit use only.

> Using the elevator at the entrance of the museum is reserved for people who have special needs – including temporary – and the maximum capacity is 6 persons at a time.

Overview

Don't wait until you are in Florence. Make your Uffizi Museum ticket reservation now and you will be sure to avoid long lines, saving you valuable time! Buy your Uffizi tickets directly online through our easy to use booking system. Want to book Uffizi tickets for a whole group? No problem. You can order any number of Uffizi Museum tickets you need, and more. Enjoying Florence is easier when you make your museum ticket, tour, audio guide, event, hotel, and other reservations in advance.

The Third Corridor

The 16th century artworks by artists famous worldwide such as Michelangelo, Raffaello Sanzio and Rosso Fiorentino open the collections of the third corridor. Like the two previous ones, the third corridor has grotesque frescoed vaults which depict animals, famous personalities and Medicean achievements. Here as well there are the portraits of the \'Jovian series\' with the royalties from all around the world and the Roman statues.

The museum\'s pathway starts again with the rooms 25- 27, which host the Florentine painters of the 16th century: by Michelangelo Buonarroti the Tondo Doni or Sacra Famiglia con San Giovannino; by Ridolfo del Ghirlandaio la Coperta di ritratto; by Raffaello Sanzio la Madonna del cardellino; by Andrea del Sarto la Madonna delle Arpie. By Pontormo Cena in Emmaus, by Rosso Fiorentino la Madonna col Bambino e Santi, artworks that introduce a dramatic manierism. Tiziano is represented as the most illustrious exponent of 16th century Venetian art (room 28): by the artist there\'s la Venere d\'Urbino, Flora.

Among the examples of Italian painting in Europe in the 16th century (rooms 29-34): by Tintoretto Leda e il cigno (Leda and the swan), by Parmigianino Madonna dal collo lungo (Blessed Mary with a long neck), by Giorgio Vasari La fucina di Vulcano (the furnace of Volcano). From the 17th century, Rubens with the portrait of Isabella Brandt, Diego Velasquez with Filippo IV of Spain riding a horse. Followed by the room named after the queen Niobe: sculptures based on a mythological theme portraying the woman trying to protect her children from the deadly rage of Apollo and Diana who are shooting fatal arrows against them (room 42).

Following there are the 17th century collections through the examples of the Bacchus, The sacrifice of Isaac and Medusa by Caravaggio; by Rembrandt the Juvenile self-portrait and the Venetian foreshortenings and views by Canaletto (room 44). Next to this last room is located the entrance to the bar and to the terrace of the Gallery where you can admire the architectural masterpieces of the city such as the Tower by Arnolfo di Cambio which towers over Palazzo Vecchio and the Cupola by Brunelleschi.

Prices Detail

Full: 22.49, Fare applied whenever no reduction may be applied

Reduced: 18.49, Reduced fare applied when...

Free: 14.49, Free fare applied when...

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