Accademia Afternoon Tour Florence €55

Operates: Daily except for Monday

Starts: 4:15 pm

Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes

Language: English

Adult: €55 (7 years and above)

Child: Children 6 years old and under travel free. Please include the child ages in the notes when you book.

Skip the line access to the Accademia Gallery

The original version of David by Michaelangelo

Option to stay longer in the gallery after the tour

Marvel at the world famous  “non-finito” artworks by Michelangelo


A local and passionate guide

Skip the line access to Accademia Gallery

Small group tour

Free time to explore

Please meet at in our Florence Office via Cavour, 12. You will be given full instructions once you have completed the booking.

Please arrive 20 minutes prior to your departure time.

Accademia Afternoon Tour Florence €55

Accademia Afternoon Tour Florence Itinerary

There is so much to see and do in Florence, but many are drawn to the city because Michelangelo lived here and some of his most famous works of art can be found here. His most famous pieces of art can be found in the incredible Accademia Gallery, which dates back to the 17800s.

The building was originally built to be used as a place for students to learn about art. Over time, the collection of mesmerising art pieces increased to become the famous gallery that is so well-known today. Throughout the afternoon, you’ll join a professional guide and learn all about the secrets and stories of the building and artwork. Your enthusiastic guide will tell you about Michelangelo’s history, explaining how he became an architect, painter, and sculptor.

While there are many art pieces by a range of artists, some of Michaelangelo’s best known work is the main attraction. As you explore the Accademia Gallery, you can view priceless masterpieces up close, such as ‘I Prigioni’, ‘San Matteo’, and the iconic ‘David’. Many travellers often mistake the statue found in Piazza della Signoria as the original Statue of David, but the statue seen in the gallery is actually the original version.

You’ll also get to view Michelangelo’s collection of unfinished works, which are often regarded as some of his most intriguing pieces. The collection consists mostly of ghostly looking figures carved out of marble, and many suspect they reflect the internal conflicts that Michelangelo struggled with. There is no definitive answer as to whether the sculptures were intentionally left unfinished, leaving a lot to interpretation.

When your tour concludes, you will have plenty of free time to continue your stroll through the gallery and take in the incredible works of art.

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