See the famous Michelangelo's David
One of the most visited museums in Florence thanks to one of the best known art works in the world: the David by Michelangelo. You will have the opportunity to admire the extraordinary Renaissance masterpiece, but also you will realize that the Accademia can offer you even more incredible art works, such as: the remarkable Museum of Instruments and the stunning unfinished Prigioni by Michelangelo.
This tour, as any other tour I propose, can be customized on traveler's request.
The Accademia Gallery conserves Michelangelo's masterpieces: the "David" and the "Prisoners".
You will admire other great works such as the "Rape of Sabines"by Giambologna and the very interesting "Museum of musical instruments".
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: In front of the entrance of the Accademia Gallery.
End location: Wherever is more convenient for you.
Duration: 1 hour 30 min.
This tour is not available on Monday.
Before the confirmation is necessary to check the tickets availability.
A tailored tour with a licensed tour guide for 2 hours.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
65 Euro - The entrance to the Accademia museum is not included, you need to pay on site.
The ticket costs 16.5 euros per person. For kids under 18 the entrance is free.
Also, you would need money for meals, drinks or a "souvenir".
Ticket museum is not included.
Adults: 16.5 euros for reserved tickets.
Children under 18 don't pay (it is necessary to show passport or ID).
Also you would need money for food or drinks.
I am not a driver. I can accompany you in your vehicle or I can arrange for a separate car and driver.
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The Accademia has a bit of a reputation for housing Michelangelo's David and not much else, but it does contain other works of interest. Veronica provided an absorbing discussion of the David but also highlighted other works by Michelangelo, other statuary and plaster models, and a larger collection of paintings by Renaissance Florentine artists. She has expertise in art history, combined with humour and real verve in explaining developments in art history to a general audience. Highly recommended.