Openings: Open Tuesday to Sunday 8:15 – 18:50
Extraordinary Opening: From 14st June to 27 September on Tuesday will extend opening hours until 22:00.
Closed: Monday, January 1, May 1, December 25.
Address: Via Ricasoli 58-60, Firenze
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Openings: Open Tuesday to Sunday 8,15 – 18,50
Extraordinary Opening: From 14st June to 27 September on Tuesday and Thursday will extend opening hours until 22:00
Closed: Monday, January 1 , May 1, December 25.
Address: Galleria dell'Accademia Via Ricasoli 58-60, Firenze
Reduced prices and free for Accademia David tickets.
Reduced tickets: European Union citizens only, aged +18 | -26 upon showing passport or ID, and citizens of non-EU Countries only upon mutual agreement (Norway, Island, Switzerland, Liechtenstein).
Free tickets: for non EU citizens under 18, EU citizens under 18,
You will be asked to show your ID card at the entrance for reduced and free tickets.
Available languages are: Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Russian and Japanese.
Disabled persons: Disabled access friendly.
Cloakroom: Umbrellas, large bags and backpacks are to be left here by visitors.
Bookshop: Two museum shops
available, at the entrance and at the exit, where you can buy guide books in various languages and art gadgets.
Requested time may not be available, the museum will then confirm the closest available time to the requested one on the same date.
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A commission charge is added to the price of the ticket for the booking. An additional fee will be added for any further booking change or modification.
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Skip the line and visit the Accademia Gallery that hosts the Michelangelo's David, the most famous sculpture in the world, which was transferred here to the specially designed tribune from Piazza della Signoria in 1873.
Here you can also admire The Prisoners and St. Matthew of Michelangelo, as well as masterpieces of other Florentine sculptors going from the thirteenth to the late sixteenth century. The Gallery was founded by Grand Duke Peter Leopold of Lorraine as an educational collection of paintings for the Academy of Fine Arts’ students.
The Gallery includes important works from the major artists operating in and around Florence from the thirteenth century until the end of the sixteenth century. They are mostly religious paintings representing a unique cultural heritage. On the first floor you will find a special collection of great late-gothic altarpieces and icons, collected over time from many parts of the world.
The Accademia Gallery houses the Department of Musical Instruments too, containing important musical instruments from the Medici and Lorraine collections and former possession of the Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini.
In addition to the famous Michelangelo's masterpieces, the collection features also some Florentine paintings from the 13th century up to the 16th century, plasters by Lorenzo Bartolini and Luigi Pampaloni and a series of Russian icons. Moreover you can find a display of old musical instruments from the Medici and Lorraine families that was open in 2001.
Michelangelo, David, 1501-1504.
Michelangelo, St. Matthew, 1505-1506, Cathedral of Florence.
Michelangelo, Four Prisoners, 1530, by Buontalenti Grotta in the Boboli Gardens, carved for the tomb of Pope Julius II.
Michelangelo (attributed), Pieta, from the church of Santa Rosalia in Palestrina (Rome).
Giambologna 's Rape of the Sabine model 1582.
Enjoy a visit to the Accademia Gallery without stress. Make your on-line reservation in advance to get in, avoiding the long lines at the entrance.