Do I need to buy full or reduced card my son who is 17.5 years old?
Also, what are the museums that are not covered by this card?
I don't see why you "need" to buy anything: if you buy the Firenze Card for yourself, any member of your family under 18 is covered by it anyway: "Free admission for those under 18 years of age who are members of the same family unit of the Firenzecard holder" (www.firenzecard.it/index.php…).
You can see what museums are covered by the card on its website: www.firenzecard.it/index.php…
It's up to you to research prices without Firenze Card at the museums you want to visit, but at all State/ municipal museums such as the Uffizi and Pitti Palace, under-18s go free anyway, on the basis of their passport as proof of age (irrespective of nationality): https:/…free-and-reduced-tickets
Once over 18, on the other hand, EU citizenship is required for YOUTH discounts (18-25).
qaminari has answered the first question.
The second question is a dandy.
Florence is a village -- certainly when compared with "The City".
The FirenzeCard offers admission to 72 museums -- including many of the most important museums in the world -- which you have only 72 hours to visit, and, of course, none of the museums are open for all 72 hours. So you have a whole lot more museums to choose from than you have hours to see them.
Nevertheless, you are rightly concerned about all of the other museums that you just might miss.
I can think of precisely three museums that are not included:
The Museo Casa Rodolfo Siviero;
The Museo Luigi Bellini
The Gucci Museum
Can anybody else think of any others?
I think this is a great quiz. I wish I had thought of it.