Part of the museum complex which also includes the Vasari Corridor, the Pitti Palace and the Boboli Gardens, the Uffizi Gallery has always been home to absolute masterpieces. The Uffizi Gallery is among the most-visited museums in the world thanks to its collections of ancient sculptures and paintings. The treasures of art from the Middle Ages to Modern times have always been held in this place, the offspring of history and beauty. Botticelli, Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Leonardo, Correggio and Piero della Francesca are just some of the names on show alongside masterpieces of European painting, the statuary collections of the Medici family and the sculptural collections of Ancient Rome. The Uffizi Gallery is an unmissable treasure trove of art bringing together unique artistic heritage.
Entirely accessible to people with disabilities and other challenged persons.
For information and details, please contact the Information Desk.
Fully accessible to people with cognitive impairments. For information and details, please contact the Information Desk.
Fully accessible to people with visual impairments. For information and details, please contact the Information Desk.
There is a refreshment area for visitors
Fully accessible to people with hearing impairments. For information and details, please contact the Information Desk.
Toilets are available.
There is a bookshop for visitor purchases.
There is a baby area as well as baby care services
There is an Information Desk, which is always open to the public during visiting hours.
The venue has been adapted in compliance with Covid-19 rules and regulations. Wearing masks is mandatory. For detailed information and specific rules of conduct, visit the website.
Last admission: 17.30
Closed: every Monday, 25 December, 1 January.
Full price 12 €
Reduced 2 €