- Explore the Accademia Gallery with a skip-the-line ticket
- See masterpieces by the Italian masters such as Michelangelo and Giotto
- Marvel the Michelangelo's David statue
DescriptionIf you don’t want to waste your time standing in line for hours and you'd like to hear our Guide’s explanations in your OWN language, well, this is the right tour for you!
The Galleria dell'Accademia of Florence is one of the most famous museums in the world, known especially for housing Michelangelo's David. The museum tour begins with a visit to the Sala del Colosso, where there is an imposing marble statue of Saint John the Baptist, created by Michelangelo between 1508 and 1515.
The visit then continues to the Galleria dei Prigioni, where there are the famous unfinished sculptures by Michelangelo, representing the prisoners who were destined to decorate the tomb of Pope Julius II.
The most important room in the museum is the Galleria del David, where there is the famous statue of Michelangelo's David, created between 1501 and 1504. The statue is 5.17 meters high and represents the biblical David, who is about to face Goliath.
In addition to Michelangelo's sculptures, the Galleria dell'Accademia also houses a collection of paintings, including works by Giotto, Masaccio, Botticelli, Ghirlandaio and Pontormo.For more than twenty masterpieces you will get professional pre-recorded comments in your own language so as not to miss a word; and after that, if you are still curious about the artwork, feel free to ask our LIVE Guide whatever you want: they will answer in English or Italian. Thanks to our highly innovative museum visit format, you will experience the perfect tour, so be smart and join our Accademia Gallery Smart Guided Tour!
The best experience at the best price
- - Fast-track tickets.
- - Assistance to enter the museum.
- - Professional pre-recorded comments in your own language.
- - Live guide for questions (English or Italian)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Food and drinks
- Meet ACCORD hosts, wearing bright yellow vests, in Via Ricasoli 121r, Florence corner with Piazza San Marco.