Skip-the-line combination tickets to Uffizi Gallery, Palazzo Pitti and Boboli Gardens
- Save time and money: just one ticket to access three of the most important museums in Florence
- With your three-day ticket, visit the Uffizi Gallery, Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens at your own pace
- Take advantage of Musement assistance at the meeting point with your skip-the-line ticket
Don't miss the chance to visit the most important museums in Florence with a single pass! Visit the Uffizi Gallery at your own pace with this skip-the-line ticket, which will also give you three-day access to Pitti Palace and the Boboli Gardens. After validating your ticket at the Uffizi, on the day and time booked upon purchase, you will have three days to visit the Palatine Gallery and the Gardens, which you can access when you want to, skipping the long lines at the entrances.
Uffizi Gallery is Italy's most famous art gallery as well as one of the favorite destinations for travelers from all over the world. Famous especially for its incredible collection of Renaissance paintings, the museum welcomes millions of visitors every year. Admire the eight rooms dedicated to Caravaggio, where you'll find the Medusa, Bacchus, the Sacrifice of Isaac, and other masterpieces as well as paintings by other great 17th century artists such as Artemisia Gentileschi, Velazquez, Rembrandt, Van Dyck and Rubens.
Pitti Palace is one of the largest museums in Florence; the imposing 13th-century building houses the Palatina Gallery as well as the Royal Quarters, the Modern Art Gallery, dedicated to Italian art from the 18th century to the First World War, the Museum of Fashion and Costume, and the Treasury of the Grand Dukes.
Located behind Palazzo Pitti, the Boboli Gardens are the first example of an Italian-style garden. Statues, fountains and caves dot the meadows, giving the impression of an open-air museum. Not as famous, the nearby Bardini Gardens have a unique structure, which gives them a romantic atmosphere. Finally, in the Knight's Building, the Porcelain Museum preserves some of the most beautiful porcelain works in Europe.
- Cumulative skip-the-line ticket, valid for 3 days
- Uffizi Gallery: Statues and Paintings Gallery, Cabinet of Drawings and Prints, Magliabechiana Hall, temporary exhibitions
- Pitti Palace: Palatine Gallery, Royal Quarters, Treasure of the Grand Dukes, Modern Art Gallery, Museum of Fashion and Costume, temporary exhibitions
- Boboli Gardens: Boboli Gardens, Porcelain Museum, Bardini Garden, temporary exhibitions
- Musement assistance at the meeting point: ticket delivery, escorted entrance and brief introduction to the museum
- Children under 18 (children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult)
- Guides and interpreters from the European Union
- ICOM, ICOMOS and ICCROM members
- EU school groups and their teachers, within the established quotas
- Teachers and students from the following schools: Academies of Fine Arts or corresponding institutions in the EU; Architecture, Cultural Heritage, Education Studies faculties; degree programs on literary subjects with an archeology or art history focus of the faculties of Literature and Philosophy and corresponding courses in EU member states
- Teachers with permanent and temporary contracts at Italian state and private schools (showing at the ticket office appropriate documentation issued by the MIUR)
- Disabled people and one companion
Via Lambertesca 2, 50122 Florence FI, Italy
A Musement representative will welcome you at the meeting point, handing you your skip-the-line entrance tickets. Remember not to go directly to the ticket office of the Uffizi Gallery. Please be there at least 15 minutes before departure time.
- The ticket must be validated at the Uffizi Gallery. For this reason, your visit starts from the Uffizi on the day and time chosen upon purchase
- The ticket is valid for 3 consecutive days, starting from the date you visit the Uffizi Gallery
- The ticket allows you to visit the Uffizi Gallery, Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens, which you can access once any time you want
- Once purchased, tickets cannot be changed, canceled or refunded
- Tickets cannot be purchased by school groups. Those who don't follow this rule will not be accepted at the entrance and will not get a refund
- Please note that holders of an entrance ticket to the Uffizi 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 March 8, for International Women's Day, admission to museums, archaeological sites and state monuments is free for all women
From Tuesday to Sunday
- Uffizi Gallery: Tuesday to Sunday 8.15am - 6.50pm | Free on the first Sunday of each month from October to March | Closing days: every Monday, January 1, May 1, December 25
- Pitti Palace: Tuesday to Sunday 8.15am - 6.50pm | Free on the first Sunday of each month from October to March | Closing days: every Monday, January 1, May 1, December 25
- Boboli Gardens: Monday to Sunday | 8.15am - 4.30pm in January, February, November, December | 8.15am - 5.30pm in March | 8.15am - 6.30pm in April, May, June, July, August, September, October | Last admission is always 1 hour before closing time | Closing days: first and last Monday of the month, January 1, December 25
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