MUSEUM TICKET - UFFIZI Skip the lines!
SKIP THE LINES, BOOK AHEAD NOW!
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Pick a date and a time.
Once the booking is finalized, we will book the museum for you and we will send you a confirmation code that will allow you to skip the lines. Please note that due to the high number of people booking the tickets and the limited number of tickets available each day, we can't always guarantee the time you have chosen but will try to keep it as close as possible.
You won't need to print the paper with the code but remember to show it at the entrance of the museum where it says pre-booked tickets, 10 mins prior the time .
Note: what you pay for is just an we agency booking fee. The price of the actual museum ticket will be paid directly at the door. If you are running late or you are unable to go to the museum at the time you are booked on, you will lose your reservation and the fee paid is non refundable.
Open Tuesday to Sunday 8,15 – 18,50
Closed Monday, New Year’s Day, May 1st and Christmas Day.
Full price: € 10.50
Reduced price: € 7.25
Only for citizens of the European Union between 18 and 25 years old and European Union teachers.
Free tickets: € 4.00
Available for Citizens from the European Union under 18 and over 65 years old. (Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult) Tourist guides and interpreters (accompanying a group), with official documentation ICOM members Students/scholars of all nationalities may apply for special permits for a limited period.
*In conjunction with the exhibit “La Galleria degli Arazzi", full ticket price € 15,00, reduced € 9,50.
THE UFFIZI GALLERY
This is one of the most famous museums of paintings and sculpture in the world. Its collection of Primitive and Renaissance paintings comprises several universally acclaimed masterpieces of all time, including works by Giotto, Simone Martini, Piero della Francesca, Fra Angelico, Filippo Lippi,
Botticelli, Mantegna, Correggio, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Michelangelo and Caravaggio. German, Dutch and Flemish masters are also well represented with important works by Dürer, Rembrandt and Rubens.
The Uffizi Gallery occupies the top floor of the large building erected by Giorgio Vasari between 1560 and 1580 to house the administrative offices of the Tuscan State. The Gallery was created by Grand-duke Francesco I and subsequently enriched by various members of the Medici family, who were great collectors of paintings, sculpture and works of art. The collection was rearranged and enlarged by the Lorraine Grand-dukes, who succeeded the Medici, and finally by the Italian State.
The Uffizi buildings also house other important collections: the Contini Bonacossi Collection and the Collection of Prints and Drawings (Gabinetto Disegni e Stampe degli Uffizi).
The Vasari Corridor, the raised passageway connecting the Uffizi with the Pitti Palace, was built by Vasari in 1565. It is hung with an important collection of 17th-century paintings and the famous collection of artists’ Self-portraits.