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Accademia Gallery

Via Ricasoli 58 - 60, 50122, Florence, Italy
+39 055 238 8612
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Skip-the-Line Florence Accademia Gallery and Michelangelo's David Ticket
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Hours Today: 08:00 - 18:30
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Via Ricasoli 58 - 60, 50122, Florence, Italy
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Reviewed today

The Accademia Gallery is a very popular museum so we pre-ordered the tickets for the Accademia Gallery for the same day as the Uffizi Gallery. We were given the actual tickets when we picked up the Uffizi Gallery tickets. However, we still needed to lineup...More

Thank 2torontotraveller
Reviewed today

We were complety stunned by The David. It was magical. The rest of the museum was a little disappointing. We do not recommend to rent an audio tour. It does not give you an extra experience over here.

Thank dianakoeleman
Reviewed yesterday

The museum is wonderful. The prisoner statues leading up to David are so beautiful. It looks like the prisoners are walking out of and being released from inside the marble. Incredible - then DAVID! Magnificent! Michelangelo is a genius! The museum is busy and slightly...More

Thank Sandy2645
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The hallway containing Michelangelo prisoners leading to the David is well worth the wait. These sculptures should not be missed. Lines can be long at the peak hours so show up early or like an hour before close (even easier if you have the firenze...More

Thank Paul N
Reviewed yesterday

Do not leave Florence without seeing the original Michaelangelo David in the Accademia Gallery. If you only do one thing in Florence, this should be it.You will see images of it everywhere but nothing compares to the original.Do it!

Thank SpanishDave360
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The way that the Accademia Gallery introduces visitors to its most famous statue "The David" is genius and leads you to one of the most breathtaking pieces of art you will ever see. Take your time you enjoy it. Seat on some of the benches...More

Thank LoveTrips03
Reviewed yesterday

Michelangelo was a storyteller and builder of the walls around Florence. He was both a painter that added to an oeuvre or took away from it in stone, a huge useless piece of stone from Carrara, that still gives us marble. Imagine David. He was...More

Thank thedoglady
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great place to see the David but not much else. Long lines to get inside, consider a private guide to facilitate the visit.

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Reviewed yesterday

Here the Highpoint of the tour culminates with the amazing sculpture of Michaelangelo`s "David" This is an amazing site, and the detail is fantastic, right down to the sculptor showing the details of the veins in he arms.

Thank Malcolm B
Reviewed yesterday

Super museum, highlight is Michelangelo's David, book a timed entrance ticket to beat the queues as they are very long, super statues here as well

Thank DavidU56
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elderly residents who sit in Piazza San Marco to read
the daily newspaper. Home to several universities,
including the Academy of Fine Arts, San Marco is one
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Robbie R
Are selfie sticks allowed in the museum?
22 May 2017|
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Response from | Reviewed this property |
There were people there with them. And I didn't see any signs that said you couldn't bring them inside. You are allowed to take pictures.
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Tony O
Alana, your review caught my eye. Our cruise ship arrives in Livorno on November 9 later this year. We are only in port until 7:00 pm but desperately on this trip want to see the original David, last time and the line-up was so long and we couldn't risk missing our ride. We could take the cruise shuttle into Florence and would then like to be independent. Any thoughts of how best to order tickets or to make the most of this one day would be appreciated.
15 April 2017|
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Response from Gus S | Reviewed this property |
Not Alana, but here goes: Pre -book your tickets online. You will probably still have to queue to collect your tickets which you are meant to do 15 mins before your pre-booked admission time slot. You then have to join the... More
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chiaoo
How much time should i allow if we visit this gallery and wish to also visit the Uffizi after this?
10 April 2017|
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Response from Josh K |
It depends when you go. Today the lines were over four hours long just to purchase a ticket. I left and went to Uffizi and waited in line for about an hour to purchase a ticket. iIf you purchase on line, you can get in... More
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