Purchase your Accademia Gallery tickets with Weekend in Italy! Located in the heart of Florence, the Accademia Gallery hosts examples of paintings and sculptures by the great 14th and 15th century masters who made Florence the capital of art. The most famous work exhibited is undoubtedly the marble statue of David made by Michelangelo. Also on view at the Accademia Gallery Florence are some of Michelangelo's partly unfinished works, including the Slaves. Buy your Accademia Gallery tickets in advance and avoid waiting in line!
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Discover two important art collections in the gorgeous Palazzo Pitti without waiting in line! This is your opportunity to see magnificent works of art in what used to be the grand-ducal and royal apartments.
The Bargello palace was built in 1255 by the people of Florence as a symbol of their victory over the nobility, and was the site for the people's government and jurisdiction. The former fortress and arsenal now holds a superb collection of sculpture, one of the most important in all of Italy. Discover works from influential Tuscan sculptors of the 14th to the 16th century, and especially brilliant works by Cellini, della Robbia, Giambologna, Donatello, and Michelangelo.
Experience Michelangelo's final gift to Florence: the Medici Chapels with the masterfully sculpted allegories of Night, Day, Dawn, and Dusk decorating the tombs of the princes. The Medici Chapels were built as a personal sepulcher of the Medici family right in the basilica of San Lorenzo, which the Medici considered their private church.
Discover what will be an absolute highlight of your Florence art experience: a series of frescoes by Fra Angelico, commissioned by Cosimo de' Medici around 1440. The museum is located in the old Dominican convent, where the original cells of the monks, decorated by Fra Angelico himself, are still preserved. Beyond the unparalleled Fra Angelico paintings, the museum of San Marco preserves works by the principal Florentine painters of the 15th and 16th century: Domenico Ghirlandaio, Alesso Baldovinetti, Giovanni Antonio Sogliani, and Fra Bartolomeo.
Discover the National Archeological Museum of Florence! The museum is noted in particular for its Egyptian and Etruscan collections, as well as for the Crocetta Palace – the building which has been its home since 1880. While Florence is usually associated with its importance in medieval times and thereafter, the rich and precious collections preserved at the National Archeological Museum are testimonies of the cultures that laid the foundation upon which the Renaissance could flourish.
Discover the Museum of one of the famous artistic workshops of the Italian Renaissance – the Opificio delle Pietre Dure Institute for Restoration & Cultural Heritage. Completely renovated in 1995, the collection was rearranged according to three main themes – the Grand-Ducal Medici and Lorraine periods, the Post-Unification period (after 1860), and the craftsman’s techniques. This third section also illustrates the production phases of intarsia and inlay work, giving you the opportunity to discover the most intimate mechanisms of a fascinating episode of Florentine art history.
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