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Must-Visit Museums in Florence

TOP 1
Uffizi Gallery
4.7/5
1,028 Reviews
Florence
688m from downtown
Art Museum
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"The Uffiz Museum of Art is a world-famous painting museum. Because it is too famous, there are always long lines at the door. We have been waiting for a long line to get in. We were hungry in the middle. We also bought a sandwich "blind box". Why is it called a blind box? Because this sandwich shop also has a long line. Each guest can choose the ingredients and sauces according to their taste, all marked in Italian, we can't understand the ingredients, the sauces can't understand, I took the small blackboard at the door, chose the formula they recommended, the taste is still quite good. There are many famous paintings in the gallery. It is said that interested students can see them for a week. We belong to the level of the layman. It is recommended to see the museum of art galleries in Europe and the United States, to do a lot of homework in advance, otherwise really do not understand."

Reasons to Recommend: Uffizi Gallery, adjacent to the Municipal Square, is one of the best art galleries in Italy, and even Europe. The gallery was originally the official residence of the Medici family. The entire, giant, palace-sized building took over 20 years to complete. The gallery contains almost all of the Medici family's art collection. The Artwork nearly spans the entire history of art, from ancient Greek sculptures to 18th-century Venetian paintings. There are also many original master works, including Michelangelo's "Holy Family", Raphael's "23-year-old self-portrait", and Da Vinci's "Adoration of the Magi".

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TOP 2
Academy Of Florence Art Gallery
4.5/5
331 Reviews
Florence
1.1km from downtown
Art Museum
长脸张少侠
"The Florence Academy of Fine Arts (Florence National Academy of Fine Arts) was founded in 1339, is the world's first Academy of Fine Arts, and is the highest art school in the world. The treasure of the town hall in the Academy's gallery is David Michelangelo, "The Image of David" is 3.96 meters high, together with the height of the base 5.5 meters, weight 5.5 tons, created 1501 years old. In the beautiful lines, the veins clearly visible, Michelangelo's ghost axes will be the human body of the beautiful display of the incisive, wood three points. The statue was erected in front of the Viccio Palace in the Piazza della Duo, but David's left arm was broken during a riot in the Piazza to avoid a repeat of the mistakes, and the statue of David was relocated here after its restoration in 1873. There are works of Venice-based Tuscan painters from the 14th to 18th centuries such as Giorgionne, Giovanni and Bellini, and also masterpieces of Italian art such as Titian's unfinished portrait of the Virgin Mary of Painting Jesus. Tickets: 12.5 Euro Time: 8:15-18:50 Location: Via Ricasoli, 58/60, 50129 Firenze FI, Italian Bus: take the bus to Piazza Di San Marco Station, get off and walk about 50 meters south along Via Ricasoli Street to arrive"

Reasons to Recommend: The Academy Of Florence Art Gallery was built in 1562 and is an affiliated Accademia Gallery of Fine Arts in Florence. It is famous for Michelangelo's "David Statue". The statue of David was placed on the Municipal Square. However, the famous man was too popular and the school had to move indoors to protect his safety. In addition to the statue of David, Michelin's other beautiful works are displayed here, where you can also see important paintings by many famous alumni, as well as modern and contemporary student works. The Academy Of Florence Art Gallery is an integrated place for European painting art, with works by the Venetian painter Toscana painters such as Giorgio.

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TOP 3
Palazzo Pitti
4.5/5
236 Reviews
Florence
674m from downtown
Palace
fooler0809
"Walking through the old bridge is a little bit here, this is a family palace, without lack of pride, received the Florence city culture, accumulating a lot of artwork, it seems more elegant."

Reasons to Recommend: Built in the 15th century by the Pitti family, the Palazzo Pitti houses one of the biggest art galleries in Florence. The building itself has housed a number of illustrious personages, including the Medici family, which bought it in the 16th century, Napoleon and the royal house of Italy. However, the king of Italy opened it to the public in 1919, since when it has housed a charming collection of art. Visit the Galleria Palatina to see works by Caravaggio, Raphael, Titian, Perugino and Peter Paul Rubens, all masters of Renaissance art. The museum also hosts silver pieces, modern art and a number of temporary exhibitions, which you can see in the White Room, or Sala Bianca.

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TOP 4
Medici Riccardi Palace
4.5/5
89 Reviews
Florence
777m from downtown
Museum
Historical Architecture
Exhibition
莲子99
"The courtyard can be entered casually. The interior and exterior of the Medici family mansion look very low-key, but the waistline design of the building is very particular when looking carefully, and the courtyard is also very neat. It feels that the Medici family is indeed more restrained. noble."

Reasons to Recommend: Palazzo Medici Riccardi which was designed by Michelozzo di Bartolomeo is a prime example of Renaissance-style architecture. This mid-fifteenth century building is known for its masonry. While it was originally built for the head of the Medici banking family, the Marchesi Riccardi family later bought it and expanded the Palazzo during the seventeenth century. You can still find Baroque frescoes by Luca Giordano and various sculptures in the courtyard. By allowing only eight guests at a time, the Palazzo Medici Riccardi provides a cozy atmosphere to enjoy Renaissance masterpieces.

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TOP 5
Museo Casa di Dante
4.4/5
180 Reviews
Florence
732m from downtown
Museum
Famous Residences
118***20
"Dante's former home, a small, unremarkable house in Florence, was famous for the birth of Dante, the great Renaissance pioneer, and was opened by the government as a museum to commemorate the great man. The house houses some Dante publications, portraits of family members and family scenes of the time, and the Dante library, which houses books and literature on Dante published around the world, holds seminars on Dante from time to time."
TOP 6
Museo Nazionale del Bargello
4.4/5
74 Reviews
Florence
807m from downtown
Art Museum
fooler0809
"A particularly beautiful art gallery, the shape is reminiscent of the Palace of Lords. The design is also an element that remains reserved and not loses its flexibility. Most of the internal exhibitions are sculptures, and many famous treasures are here. Bacchus is a very important work."
TOP 7
Museo Gucci
4.5/5
43 Reviews
Florence
716m from downtown
Museum
翱翔的大鲨鱼
"The Gucci Museum (Gucci Museo) Fashion Art Gallery in Florence, it is a place of Fashion and Art Pilgrimage! Located in a unique historical Florence 14 century architecture, it is located between the world famous Uffizi Gallery, Piazza della Signoria, and the Piazza di San Firenze. This unique brand of fashion museum is co-organized by Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele and world famous artists Trevor Andrew, Coco Capitán and Jayde Fish and is named "Gucci Garden", with a huge art mural that incorporates brand imagery half past The collection of the GUCCI of the century, the collection of the exotic cultural elements of the men and women's clothing design, and the GUCCI travel special area are the special theme of the exhibition, and the non-fashion industry audiences can also understand the development of the Gucci brand in the exhibition. And a clever combination of Italian art, the entrance fee is eight euros and opens until 10:30 pm."
TOP 8
Palazzo Strozzi
4.5/5
28 Reviews
Florence
303m from downtown
Historical Architecture
Museum
fooler0809
"The Stroch Palace is very impressive with its unique large square volume. Located in the center of Florence, it is a noble mansion. It is now an art gallery, but not a permanent exhibition."
TOP 9
Galileo Museum
4.4/5
49 Reviews
Florence
733m from downtown
Museum
二十画生JQK
"There are three layers, you can find people in Italy, we think that the 1 layer is zero, it's reasonable to think about it, most of the things in the museum, there are many instruments on the second and third floors of the biological, natural, astronomical geography, There are also some famous principles of physics, used to this really can see, I bought a 10-euro ticket, really worth it, walked for more than two hours, not too much things inside, there are many small details, if - each think, it is estimated that one day can not be seen. Another reason is that there may be too many exhibitions about painting and sculpture art. Suddenly, such an exhibition is really very special and novel. For students who have already seen the numbness, it is quite refreshing. Hahaha wanted to search for Galileo before coming yesterday. The Raiders of the Museum were not found too much. I will write it to you today."
TOP 10
Officina Profumo Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella S. P. A.
4.5/5
33 Reviews
Florence
336m from downtown
Museum
小鱼儿2015
"The spice pharmacy of the Santa Maria Novella is also quite an interesting sight. This pharmacy can see many unique varieties of spices. It is also a very simple and good place, and many ingredients are also very unique."
TOP 11
Vasari Corridor
4.5/5
27 Reviews
Florence
606m from downtown
Art Museum
Observation Deck
紛享樂
"Vasari's name, anyone who knows a little art will know a little bit. The Uffizi Gallery, and the Vasari Corridor designed by Vasari, was built in 1565. The most famous of the corridors is the self-portrait of many masters, so it is also called the Self-Portrait Corridor."
TOP 12
Museum of the Cenacolo of Andrea del Sarto
5.0/5
5 Reviews
Florence
3km from downtown
Museum
很久很久很久以前
"Don't miss it, its environment is very good, not as crowded as the museum in the city, the museum is free to enter"
TOP 13
Museo Marino Marini
5.0/5
2 Reviews
Florence
174m from downtown
Museum
137***66
"Among the works in the collection is the sculpture "Cardinal" by Colombian artist Botero, which is as chubby and super cute as ever In a small museum, I actually stayed for nearly three hours. In fact, the Marini Museum is the first "special exhibition" of sculptures that I have seen so far. It is also a "special exhibition" of master idols. I am really excited..."
TOP 14
Museo Bottega Del Maestro Alessandro Dari
5.0/5
1 Reviews
Florence
1.1km from downtown
Museum
187***64
"I also saw the Chinese-style quaint architecture, although it is a flash, but the memory is from the heart"
TOP 15
The Garden of Archimedes
5.0/5
3 Reviews
Florence
4.1km from downtown
Museum
很久很久很久以前
"This museum is currently divided into three parts, it is really one of the best science museums, the staff are very friendly and helpful"
TOP 16
Chiostro dello Scalzo
5.0/5
7 Reviews
Florence
1.3km from downtown
Museum
0706wumin
"The corridors here have limited business hours, so please check the business hours before visiting. The beautiful and quiet small rectangular corridor"
TOP 17
Museo dell'Opera di Santa Croce
4.9/5
10 Reviews
Florence
1.2km from downtown
Museum
M32***23
"Close to the Plaza de Santa Croce, the cathedral is majestic and majestic. Its solemn tranquility is more evident inside. When I went in March, there were not many tourists, so it was easier to walk. The tombs of Galileo, Michelangelo, and Machiavelli can be found, as well as the tombs of many others from various periods in the history of Florence. Artworks made by Giotto, Donatello, and Gadi are easy to see, and there are statues made by Henry Moore and others dating back to the Renaissance in the cloister. In other words, it is a treasure trove of works of art. There are too many works of art to give examples, but its tranquility makes me impressed. Simply put, it is so beautiful."
TOP 18
Convent of Santa Apollonia (Cenacolo di Sant'Apollonia)
5.0/5
5 Reviews
Florence
1.1km from downtown
Museum
很久很久很久以前
"The monastery is located a few blocks away from Piazza San Marco. The museum is free to visit and admission is free"
TOP 19
Museo Horne
4.8/5
8 Reviews
Florence
1km from downtown
Museum
M32***23
"The Hirschhorn Museum is located on the south side of the National Mall, between the Ancient Air and Space Museum and Fort Smithsonian. It is a circular building that displays modern and modern art. More than 60 sculptures of modern and contemporary sculptors Works, including famous Rodin (Rodin), Moore (Moore), Marini (Marini), Miro (Joan Miro), Lichtenstein (Lichtenstein) works, you can appreciate Rodin's "Calaisites", Moore's Famous sculptures such as "King and Queen". In addition, some photos of the Constitution Park in the National Mall were posted."
TOP 20
Historic Center of Florence
4.8/5
36 Reviews
Florence
1.3km from downtown
Museum
很久很久很久以前
"Each room was well appointed. The area is too small is the only drawback of this museum and all the collections are amazing"

Reasons to Recommend:  Florence, which was built on the site of an Etruscan settlement was the symbol of the Renaissance. It rose to economic and cultural preeminence under the Medici in the 15th and 16th centuries. Its 600 years of extraordinary artistic activity can be seen above all in the 13th-century cathedral (Santa Maria del Fiore), the Church of Santa Croce, the Uffizi and the Pitti Palace, the work of great masters such as Giotto, Brunelleschi, Botticelli and Michelangelo. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since the year 1982.

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