Skip-the-line tickets for the Uffizi Gallery
- Save up to 2 hours time with your priority access to the Uffizi Gallery
- Select the skip-the-line + audio guide option and discover the museum with the audio commentary on your smartphone
- With the skip-the-line + guided visit option, get a deeper experience with the insights of a professional guide
- Choose the VIP skip-the-line ticket and take advantage of a Musement representative who will give you assistance at the meeting point
The Uffizi Gallery is one of the most famous art galleries in Italy and in the whole world: buy this official ticket to visit it today and avoid wasting hours in queues to conserve your energy to fully enjoy the masterpieces that await you! With the "Skip-the-line entrance + audio guide" option, you'll also be able to book an audio guide that will accompany you during the visit of the Gallery.
The Gallery was designed and built by the famous architect and painter Giorgio Vasari, Cosimo I de' Medici's favorite artist. This facility was intended to house the offices ("uffizi" in 16th-century Florentine language) of the magistrates of the city; Cosimo I wanted the collections that the Medici family had accumulated to be placed on the piano nobile of the new building. Very soon, this became the place where the works of artists such as Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo were collected, but the museum was officially opened to the public in 1765.
Today the Uffizi Gallery is one of the top destinations for travelers all over the world and it's especially famous for its incredible collection of Renaissance paintings. Special sections are dedicated to German, Dutch and Flemish art. The works of Giotto, Simone Martini, Piero della Francesca, Botticelli, Mantegna, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Dürer, Rembrandt and Rubens are just a small part of the many wonders that can be admired in the rooms of this extraordinary museum.
Admire the eight rooms dedicated to Caravaggio, where you will find on display the Medusa, the Bacchus, the Sacrifice of Isaac and other masterpieces by Merisi, alongside the paintings of other great 17th century artists such as Artemisia Gentileschi, Velazquez, Rembrandt, Van Dyck and Rubens. Don't miss out on the new room dedicated to Michelangelo and Raffaello where you will find a collection of eleven masterpieces by these two artists including the Tondo Doni and the Madonna del Cardellino. Finally, you will be able to visit the space dedicated to Leonardo with the Adoration, the Annunciation and the Baptism.
Choose among 4 ticket options the one that best suits you:
- Skip-the-line ticket (only entrance)
- Skip-the-line entrance + audio guide (in English, Italian, French, Spanish)
- Skip-the-line entrance + guided tour (only on weekends)
- VIP skip-the-line entrance (with Musement assistance)
- Entrance to the Uffizi with priority access
- Access to temporary exhibitions
- Audio guide in English, Italian, French and Spanish (only if selected upon purchase)
- Guided visit of the Uffizi Gallery (Saturday and Sunday, only if selected upon purchase)
- Musement assistance at the meeting point: tickets delivery, escort to the entrance and brief explanation about the museum (only if selected upon purchase)
- Citizens aged 18 to 25 years old, from the European Union and from Norway, Iceland, Switzerland and Lichtenstein
- Reduced tickets are subject to availability. If the reduced or free options are not available on a certain day or time, it means that availability has run out
Free tickets are available at the ticket office:
- Children under 18 (children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult)
- Guides and tourist interpreters of the European Union
- ICOM, ICOMOS and ICCROM members
- School children of the European Union and their teachers within the established quota
- Teachers and students of: Fine Arts Academies or corresponding institutes of the European Union; Faculty of Architecture, Conservation of Cultural Heritage, Educational Sciences; degree courses in Literature or literary subjects with archaeological or historical-artistic orientation of the Faculties of Literature and Philosophy or faculties and corresponding courses established in the Member States of the European Union
- Permanent and fixed-term contract teachers at public schools or Italian schools (to demonstrate their status, teachers must present at the ticket office suitable documentation issued by the Ministry of Education)
- Disabled people and their companion
- Journalists of the European Union in good standing with the payment of the association fees for the current year, by showing a suitable document
- Infant (0-5): free
- Child (6-17): reduced
- Youth (18-25): reduced
Meeting points vary according to the option purchased.
Skip-the-line entrance - Audio guide: show up at the Uffizi Gallery (ticket counter for reserved tickets, entrance number 3) at the time you booked.
Guided visit - VIP skip-the-line entrance: Via della Lambertesca 2. The guide / Musement representative will welcome you at the meeting point. Remember not to go directly to the main entrance of the Uffizi Gallery. Please be there at least 15 minutes before departure time.
- Choosing a time slot on the calendar is mandatory in order to enter the Uffizi Gallery (skip-the-line entrance) or to book the audio guide (skip-the-line entrance + audio guide)
- Please note: if you add the audio guide to your purchase, remember to download it on your smartphone. You will not receive another device. You'll find the instructions on the pdf you'll receive after booking
- The audio guide is available in English, Italian, French and Spanish
- Once purchased the ticket cannot be changed or refunded
- Unfortunately, reduced-price tickets are not available for all dates and times. If you still want to visit the Gallery, you will have to buy a full-price ticket
- Uffizi tickets can't be bought by school groups. Failure to comply with this rule will result in admission not being granted and no reimbursement will be possible
- During International Women's Day, to be held on March 8, admission to museums, archaeological areas and state monuments will be free of charge for all women
- Please note that until 30 September 2022, holders of an entrance ticket to the Uffizi (single ticket for the museum, annual Passepartout Uffizi, cumulative 3-day ticket to the Uffizi Galleries, Passepartout Family, cumulative annual Passepartout for the Uffizi Galleries) will have free access to the Museo dell'Opificio delle Pietre Dure in Florence. The single ticket and the 3-day cumulative ticket can be used until the fifth day after the activation day
- On 31 January 2020, the anniversary of the marriage of the couple who commissioned Michelangelo's Tondo Doni, two people who are not entitled to free admission will be able to access the Uffizi by purchasing just one ticket (full or reduced)
- From Tuesday to Sunday: 8.15am - 6.50pm
- Closed: every Monday, 1 January, 1 May, 25 December
- Saturday and Sunday
- Available in English and Italian
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