Marvel over Renaissance masterpieces and historic treasures at one of Florence’s most popular museums on this guided tour of the Accademia Gallery. Skip the queues with fast-track entrance, then learn more about the museum’s highlights with the help of a certified guide. Stand in awe before Michelangelo’s original ‘David’ sculpture; admire works by artists like Giambologna and Botticelli; and see rare musical instruments, including a 1690 Stradivarius in the Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini.
1.5-hour guided tour of the Accademia Gallery in Florence
Dodge the crowds with fast-track entrance
See Michelangelo’s iconic ‘David’ sculpture, the symbol of Florence
View masterpieces from artists like Michelangelo, Giambologna and Botticelli
Admire Accademia’s collection of musical instruments, including a rare Stradivarius
Learn more from an expert art historian guide
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This small-group tour ensures a personalised experience
The amount of time spent at each portion of the Accademia was perfect. Our guide was knowledgable and enthusiastic. It was the perfect tour for those interested in art, but who aren't looking for a masters-level course in it.
My 21 year old daughter is studying art and we made this a "mother-daughter" trip to expose her to Renaissance art and architecture. The guide was well informed about the David and certainly enhanced the visit to the Accademia Gallery. We also enjoyed viewing the old instruments on display.
I booked the wrong date in error and they contacted me and very kindly changed my reservation to the time that worked for us. it is a great trip and nobody should miss David in person. highly recommend.
Great tour, would highly recommend. Our guide, Daniela, was very knowledgeable and helped us appreciate what we were seeing beyond what we would on our own. She was also very kind and fun. Well organized and structured tour. Really enjoyed it and apreciated our guide.
Our guide, Danielle (hope I spell her name correctly), is very knowledgeable and gave a detailed explaination of the history behind the important art pieces. Even my eleven year-old child enjoyed the tour with Daynielle’s lively explanation.