Accademia Gallery Tickets & Tours


8.15 am to 6.50 pm


Michelangelo’s David


Via Ricasoli, 58/60,


1 hour

Best time

8.15 am to 10 am

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From €23

Top Tickets for Accademia Gallery

Accademia Gallery Skip the line Tickets



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Accademia Gallery Guided Tour



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Accademia Gallery Private Tour



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1.5 Hrs.

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Combo Uffizi Gallery and Accademia Tour



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3 Hrs.

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Which ticket is the best for you?


For Solo & Budget-Friendly Travelers

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Accademia Gallery Skip the Line tickets 

Price: €23

If you’re a solo traveler on a budget, the best ticket for you is the standard entry ticket with skip-the-line access to all the parts of the museum. 

This ticket allows you to explore the Accademia gallery until it closes and admire the 15th-century artifacts.

This is also the best-selling ticket among locals and tourists and the cheapest option you will find online to explore the Gallery! 

For Group Travelers

For a Detailed Visit

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 Accademia Gallery Guided Tour

Ticket Price: €49

History and art lovers looking for a comfortable experience with an in-depth look at all the artworks should purchase the Accademia Gallery Guided Tour. 

With this ticket, you will be accompanied by a professional tour guide for an hour who tell you all the secrets behind every art piece in the museum. 

You can also get all your questions answered since this tour only includes a group of a maximum of 15 participants! 

For a Detailed Visit

For Group Travelers

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Accademia Gallery Private Tour

Price: €190

Enjoy a 1.5-hour experience private group tour of the Accademia Gallery and other Florence spots with your group of family or friends!

In this tour, your guide will focus only on your group, allowing you to explore all parts of the gallery you want to.

This tour offers a personalized experience with tailored recommendations and allows you to see all the famous artworks of the Gallery at your own leisure. 

About Accademia Gallery

The Florence Accademia Gallery houses the largest collection of Michelangelo artworks and works by other famous Renaissance artists. 

Over 1 million visitors have visited the Gallery annually since 1784 to see the unique 17-foot-tall marble sculptures, Michelangelo’s David, and other attractive paintings. 

The Gallery regularly adds new exhibitions and events to spread the knowledge of art and sculpture to all visitors.

The Gallery also has a unique museum of Musical Instruments and other Historical Archives that are a must-see! 

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Plan Your Visit

Opening Hours

The Musuem is open from Tuesdays to Sundays from 8.15 am to 6.50 pm, with the last entry access at 6.20 pm. 

It is closed on Mondays, 25th December, and 1st January. 

Accademia Gallery Opening Hours

How to Reach

The Gallery is easily accessible, as it stands near the famous Giotto’s Tower and is close to Florence Duomo.

Train accessibility:

  • Santa Maria Novella station is the closest to the Gallery, a 2-minute walk away. 

Bus Services: 

  • Bus lines 6, 11, 13, 14, 23, or 21 will get you closest to the Gallery. The nearest stops are Battisti San Marco and Museo di San Marco, which are 2 minutes away on foot. 

How to reach Accademia Gallery


You will find the main entrance to the Gallery between Piazza del Duomo and Piazza San Marco in a small lane on Via Ricasoli 60. 

Rules & Regulations
  • All visitors must pass a security inspection through a metal detector before entering the Gallery.
  • The Gallery does not allow weapons, knives, or other sharp objects; you must leave them behind at the detector. 
  • If you bring along large bags or a helmet, you cannot enter the gallery since there is no cloakroom for its storage.
  • Only water bottles that hold less than half a liter are allowed inside.
  • The Gallery is entirely wheelchair accessible. 
  • If you combine your visit with the Uffizi Gallery, begin with the Accademia Gallery first. Accademia Gallery is usually more crowded than Uffizi, and it’s best to complete this attraction first. 
  • If you are unable to find anyone at the meeting point to exchange your online booked voucher for a ticket, you can exchange it at the ticket booking desk.
  • We don’t recommend booking tickets from the official website during the peak season, as tickets are sold in 15-minute intervals. You will also have to collect it from the desk, which is difficult since the entry lines move slowly. 
  • If you’re looking for places to leave behind your beverages, you can request the front desk to hold them for you while you explore. However, this might not be possible when there is a huge crowd. 
  • We do not recommend visiting during the peak tourist season since even with skip-the-line access, visitors need to wait for at least an hour or so because of the crowd. 


Michelangelo’s David

Michelangelo’s David

The 500-year-old statue of David by Michelangelo stands at a height of 17 feet and is made of a single block of marble, representing the iconic story of David and Goliath! 


Museum of Musical Instruments

Instruments Museum

A stunning ancient collection of string, wind, and harp-like musical instruments with the famous piano by Bartholomew Cristoforo and Antonio Stradivari’s Violin.


Hall of Prisoners

The Hall of Prisoners

Four life-like sculptures of prisoners trying to break out of the marble bonds surrounding them, with stunning paintings as their backgrounds decorating the hallway. 


Rape of the Sabines by Giambologna

Rape of the Sabines

The Flemish artist Giambologna’s sculpture Rape of the Sabines, 7 feet tall from the 16th century, depicts the scene of the kidnapping of the Sabine women by Romans.


What Our Customers Say

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Booking Accademia Gallery tickets through this website was a breeze. The user-friendly interface made it easy to choose the right ticket for me, and I appreciated the detailed descriptions of each option. Skipping the line was a huge plus, saving me a lot of time and letting me enjoy the art without stress. Highly recommended!

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This website made buying Accademia Gallery tickets online quick and straightforward. I was able to select my preferred date and time slot within minutes, and the checkout process was seamless. I’d recommend this website to anyone looking to plan their visit efficiently.

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“Skipped the long lines and got valuable insights”

Thanks to this website, I bypassed the long ticket lines at the Accademia Gallery and walked right in. The site also provided useful information about the gallery, which enriched my experience. It was a fantastic resource for planning my visit and making the most of my time there.

Emily R.


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