Those who come to Florence for their first time just cannot miss it and not just because it is a museum where priceless paintings by Florentine masters and the original David by Michelangelo are stored.
Here you will find a collection of the world best examples of fine arts, which was conceived as the perfect study guide.
It is believed that in Florence you can find a third of all the cultural values of Italy. However, if such museum as the Galleria of Accademia had not been in this city, many priceless treasures of world culture would have been lost forever or simply not created.
During our private tour we invite you to experience the real thrill to see original Michelangelo's David up close as it possible and feel the energy of this absolute symbol of art in the world. Michelangelo’s David is nude like a Greek god, carrying only a slight hot over his left shoulder.
The Galleria of Accademia is also home for the collection of plaster models of the neoclassical sculptor Lorenzo Bartolini and to the famous Michelangelo sculptures of San Matteo for the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Palestine Pieta and unfinished statues of Slaves - for the tombstone of Pope Julius II.Another adornment of the Gallery is a copy of The Abduction of the Sabine Women from the plaster of Giambologna, the original of which is stored in Loggia dei Lanzi.
Here you will also find the two largest collections of late Gothic and Giotto school in Florence, in addition to the painting collections of the counter-reformation. The Department of Musical Instruments, opened in 2001, hosts the collection of the Conservatory Luigi Cherubini in Florence and exhibits about fifty musical instruments from the private collections.
Available days: From Tuesday to Sunday
Bookable Starting Time: from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Duration: 2 hours
English, Italiano, Francais, Deutsch, Español
Adult rate: The rate of the tour depends on the number of people. CALCULATE YOUR OWN RATE!
Child rate: From 6 years to 17 years with ID. Please insert number of people
Meeting Point: Accademia Gallery, Via Ricasoli n.60