Palazzo Pitti tickets and tours
Florence’s Palazzo Pitti is today one of the biggest museums in Italy and a favorite stop for the city’s countless visitors. The Palace was built by t...
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Palazzo Pitti is one of Florence’s biggest museum. It is a powerful looking,13th century building that holds 5 museums within its halls and ...
This fascinating walk winds along an enchanting itinerary of a mile, crossing through the UNESCO World Heritage area: a mile with the highes...
Don't miss the chance to visit the most important museums in Florence with a single ticket! Visit Uffizi Gallery at your own pace with this ...
Take part in the tour which recreates the cultural climate at court during the reign of the Medici family! Enjoy skip-the-line access for a ...
Take a guided tour of the Palatine Gallery and the Royal Apartments to experience the private art collection of the Medici family inside of ...
Learn why Florence became the birthplace of Renaissance on a 90-minute walking tour of the city’s historical center and a 120-minute tour to...
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This fascinating walk winds along an enchanting itinerary of a mile through a UNESCO World Heritage area: a mile with the highest concentrat...
Avoid waiting with these express tickets to Italy's most popular collection of amazing Renaissance art at the Uffizi gallery. Available now!
Plan your trip to Uffizi Gallery, skip the long lines to the museum and get to see some masterpieces by Botticelli, Michelangelo and many more.
Visit the Accademia Gallery, a Florence ?must-do'. Save time with these official skip-the-line tickets and see Michelangelo's David.
Discover the iconic landmarks of Florence with an expert local guide and explore the hills overlooking the city and the Arno Valley aboard a coach. Book today!
The inside story
Florence’s Palazzo Pitti is today one of the biggest museums in Italy and a favorite stop for the city’s countless visitors. The Palace was built by the rich Florentine banker Luca Pitti and is a grand Renaissance building that dates back to 1458. The real fame and power of this building began when the powerful de’ Medici family, one of the ruling families of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany and great patrons of the arts, took it as a guest residence and eventually used it as a place to store their growing collection of precious items, paintings and artwork.
Today, Palazzo Pitti is home to many different museums that are held on different floors and halls of the building. Visitors can see the Palatina Gallery, the Gallery of Modern Art, the Costume Gallery (that is like an antique fashion gallery), the ‘Museo degli Argenti’ that holds a part of the de’ Medici family treasure, the Porcelain Museum and the famous Boboli Garden (Giardino di Boboli).