Uffizi Gallery Tickets

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Opening hours

Monday Closed

Tuesday - Sunday 8:15 am - 6:50 pm

The gallery is closed on 1st May, Christmas Day and New Year

How to get there

Piazzale degli Uffizi, 6, 50122 Firenze FI, Italy

If you

FAQ

Should I book tickets?
Definitely. The Uffizi is one of the most well-known and iconic galleries in the world, and its massive popularity reflects that. You should book well ahead of time to ensure you get a ticket for a date that suits you. Although Florence has a wealth of stunning attractions, for many visitors, the Uffizi is the city
How long should I plan for my visit?
The Uffizi is a massive gallery full of countless artistic masterworks. How long you wish to spend in the gallery obviously depends on how much of an art lover you are. However, if you
Is there a café or restaurant?
There
Is the Uffizi wheelchair accessible?
The Uffizi is largely wheelchair friendly, but you may need to plan ahead to get the most out of your visit. There are several ramps and elevators that will allow wheelchair users to enjoy the entirety of the gallery, but some of these will require the assistance of a staff member and may include a little waiting time. Whereas it

Must-know

A brief history
The Uffizi Gallery, as it is now known, was initially planned to house the offices (
What exactly is on display?
The Uffizi, the most visited gallery in all of Italy, is home to some of the greatest names in Italian art, especially those at the height of their power during the Italian Renaissance period (from the 13th century to the 16th century). Italian masters such as Titian, Raphael, Michelangelo, Caravaggio and Leonardo da Vinci all have works on display, as do such celebrated European painters such as Dürer, Goya and Rembrandt.
Bombs and floods
The Uffizi has had its share of troubles throughout the years. In 1966, the banks of the Arno broke and the whole city flooded. This disaster not only led to businesses being lost and families being forced from their homes, but also to devastating damage to many irreplaceable antique books and works of art. Damage of a different kind was inflicted on the gallery in 1993 when the Mafia exploded a car bomb in front of the gallery. Not only did this destroy many priceless works of art, but it also killed five people.

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