Accademia of Florence
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The Academy of Fine Arts of Florence was founded in 1563 thanks to Cosimo I de’ Medici, who also was the force behind the construction of the Uffizi G...

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Benefit from skip-the-line tickets to the Galleria dell'Accademia in Florence and visit one of the most important museums in Italy, home to ...

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Visit the Accademia Gallery with an expert guide. Immerse yourself in Michelangelo’s art and enjoy his most famous work, the statue of David...

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See the masterpieces of Michelangelo: the David, Prigioni, Pietà di Palestrina, San Matteo with this Accademia Gallery morning visit with au...

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Enjoy a guided tour of the Accademia Gallery and marvel at the masterpieces by Michelangelo and others. After a lunch break you’ll head out ...

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The Accademia Gallery is one of the most visited museums in the world because of the magnificent David by Michelangelo Buonarroti. Your tour...

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An expert local guide will be with you all day to show the best of Florence. This is the best way to know a place thanks to the comments of ...

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Available in: English
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Enjoy the highlights of Florence and its two most important museums in just one day!Visit the Accademia Gallery with an expert guide. Immers...

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Start your visit at the Academia Gallery, where you will admire some of the most important sculptures by Michelangelo, such as ‘The Prisoner...

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This Accademia and Uffizi Galleries guided visit will take you through two of the city's best known museums.The first part of the tour, in t...

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Enjoy intimate small group walking tour through the historical city centre of Florence This small group Florence walking tour, limited to a ...

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Good to know

It's home to the one and only ‘David', the great work Michelangelo accomplished at just 26.
You'll know it from the long queues. Needless to say, it's best to get your tickets in advance.
It's a small museum and you can see more or less everything in an hour.
Michelangelo's ‘David' is deliberately out of proportion, with an unusually large head and hands (especially the right). Some say this is because it was intended for the cathedral rooftop and these features had to be emphasized to be seen from below.
Entry is free for those under 18 years of age.
The museum is closed Mondays, so plan your schedule accordingly.
Florentines adopted Michelangelo's ‘David‘ as a civic symbol, at a time when they were threatened by neighbor states and the recently exiled Medicis.
Classical music and opera fans will love the Museum of Musical Instruments, where you can see original instruments by Stradivari and Cristofori (the inventor of the piano).
It's not only about Michelangelo's ‘David'. There are other famous works to see, such as ‘Prisoners' (or Slaves) by Michelangelo, ‘The Rape of the Sabine Women' by Giambologna, ‘Tree of Life' by Pacino di Buonaguida, and the ‘Coronation of the Virgin' by Jacopo di Cione.

The inside story

The Academy of Fine Arts of Florence was founded in 1563 thanks to Cosimo I de’ Medici, who also was the force behind the construction of the Uffizi Gallery, together with artist and architect Giorgio Vasari. Today it is the permanent home of one of the best-known art galleries in the world, the Academy Gallery.

The very first pieces of this collection are believed to be the two great chalk replicas of the Giambologna statues that today can be found in the city’s Palazzo Vecchio, while today the Academy Gallery is most commonly known as being home to Michelangelo’s greatly celebrated ‘David’.

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How to get there

Accademia of Florence Via Bettino Ricasoli, 60 Florence
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