Visit the Accademia museum Florence and its most famous resident, the Statue of David. Accompanied by a knowledgeable English-speaking guide, you’ll find out everything you want to know about the wonderful sculpture while getting to see the other masterpieces in the Accademia.
About this tour:
Avoid the waiting queues
- Meet your guide and enjoy a walk through Piazza del Duomo
- Avoid queues with the skip the line tickets to the Accademia Gallery
- Spend an hour with the David statue Florence, one of the world’s most famous sculptures
- See Michelangelo's famously unfinished sculptures - Prigioni and San Matteo
- Admire some of the greatest masterpieces of the great Italian artists
Is the David statue Florence top of your itinerary when visiting the Cradle of the Renaissance? If so, this tour is for you! You’ll get up close and personal with the 5.17 metre sculpture!
Get skip the line Accademia tickets Florence
The Accademia Gallery is one of the most famous art galleries in the world, and this is a great way to see it. You’ll start by meeting your guide and taking a walk through the Piazza del Duomo with them. There, you’ll see the Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, Baptistery and Giotto’s Belltower on your way to the Accademia. But isn’t there a queue for Accademia Gallery? No, skip the line tickets are included!
Admire one of the world’s most famous sculptures
Discover one of the most famous sculptures in the world that has become the symbol of Renaissance splendour. Michelangelo’s original masterpiece, David, dominates the central gallery of the museum and you can admire it from every perspective. David was sculpted by Michelangelo in his twenties from a single block of Carrara marble and stands at 5.17 metres tall (17 feet) It represents the biblical hero David who killed Goliath and when unveiled in 1504, it came to symbolise the defence of civil liberties embodied in the Florentine Republic.
See masterpieces by the greatest Italian artists
There’s more than just David in the Accademia Gallery. Two of Michelangelo’s famously unfinished sculptures, Prigioni and San Matteo are on display too. You’ll also see other works, both paintings and sculptures, from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance. These include Botticelli, Paolo Uccello, Andrea del Sarto and many more - which you’ll discover with the help of your guide.
Please let us know in advance any special needs or impaired mobility of the clients and we will do our best to accomodate them.
Big bags and liquid bottles will not be allowed inside the museums.
Even with the skip-the-line entrance, there is still a compulsory security check which may cause some delays in entering the museum.
This tour runs on rain or shine.
Accademia ticket office, via Ricasoli, 58/60, Florence "look for our tour guide in front of civic number 58.
price per person