Uffizi Gallery Tickets

Uffizi Ticket Options

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Florence: Uffizi Gallery Timed Entrance Ticket

€28.50

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Florence: Uffizi Museum Fast-Track Ticket

€31

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Florence: Uffizi Gallery Skip-the-Line Tour

€51

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Free Cancellation

Change of plans? No problem. Cancel up to 24 hours before your activity starts for a full refund. 

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Florence: Skip-the-Line Uffizi Small Group Tour

€53.55

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Florence: Uffizi & Accademia Small Group Walking Tour

€108

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Florence: Timed Entrance Ticket to Michelangelo’s David

€19.50

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Uffizi Tickets: Types of Tickets

Uffizi Gallery Standard Ticket

A standard Uffizi Gallery ticket price is €28 in the low season and €30 in the high season. The tickets after the discount cost €6 (an additional €4 as per obligatory Uffizi gallery reservations). Discounted tickets are only provided to citizens of the EU, Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, Liechtenstein. They should belong to the ages between 18 and 25 or be regular teachers in state schools.

Uffizi Gallery Skip the line Ticket

As the Uffizi Gallery is one of the most renowned art museums in the world, long lines are quite common. With Uffizi gallery skip-the-line tickets, you can save yourself a few hours of wait and head straight in when you arrive. The annual pass for the Uffizi Gallery costs €50, which includes the skip the line entrance.

Uffizi Audio Guide Tickets

Get a chance to enter the Uffizi Gallery in your own leisure company and be toured around just via audio guides. Don’t worry as these are available in multiple languages like English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, and Polish. The cost will be an additional €6 along with the entrance fee.

Uffizi Gallery Tour Ticket

By opting for a guided tour of the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, you can bypass the long wait and head straight inside the historic galleries. You can stroll around in the museum at your own pace and get an insight into its history. An informed and entertaining guide will also accompany you along. These Uffizi Gallery Tickets and Tour cost starts from €49.99.

Uffizi Gallery and Duomo Tour Ticket

By opting for Uffizi and Duomo Guided Tour, you can get direct access to Uffizi Gallery Museum and Duomo Cathedral.

Uffizi Gallery Tickets Price 2022

There are 3 types of tickets available at the Uffizi Gallery: 

  1. Full
  2. Reduced
  3. Free

Mostly everyone has to pay the full price of the tickets to the Uffizi Gallery.

Note: Even if you qualify for free or reduced Uffizi Museum Tickets, make note that service and extra cost for temporary exhibitions are always charged. 

Full Tickets available for:

  • Non-EU citizens over the age of 18
  • EU citizens over the age of 25

Reduced available for:

  • EU citizens between ages 18 and 25 with valid identity proof needed at the entrance
  • Teachers from public institutes of the EU like Vatican city, Switzerland, Montecarlo, Luxemburg, Lichtenstein, and the Republic of San Marino. One has to carry the proof of designation.

Free tickets available for:

  • Minors under the age of 18 regardless of citizenship with a valid identity proof 
  • A handicapped or disabled EU citizen with one accompanying family member
  • Journalists with valid ID proof that mentions the professional status
  • ICOM (International Council of Museums) members

Note: If you are coming with your children aged between 6 and 17 years, make sure to book only “free” tickets and not the basic standard ones. If your children are below 6 years of age, then you do not have to book any tickets at all.

Uffizi Gallery Opening Hours 2022

  • Tuesday to Sunday (8:15 AM – 6:50 PM)
  • The ticket office closes at 6:05 PM and they start shutting down the museum at 6:35 PM
  • Uffizi Gallery remains closed on Mondays, New Years Day, Christmas and May 1st.

Options to Buy Uffizi Tickets

  • On-Site Ticket Office

If you don’t want to pre-book tickets or by chance have gone to the site directly, you can always buy tickets at the museum at no extra cost. It is only recommended to buy the tickets ahead of time at online sites if you are short of your precious time and want to visit Florence. But if that is no issue for you, you can get it on-site at the ticket counters.

  • Online websites

Online websites are the go-to when an easy route is needed. Just go to the official website and choose a day and time slot. You will receive an e-voucher upon completion of the purchase. Show it at counter number 3 of the Uffizi Gallery 15 minutes prior to the entrance time and you’re ready to get in!

  • Travel agencies

There are alternate local travel agencies in Florence that organize professional tours to the Uffizi Gallery. These can be group tours ranging from 10 to 25 people. The tour is conducted in English and lasts about an hour and a half. It is offered every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 12.30 pm. The cost is not very different from the official website tickets and tour services

  • Book a Guided tour, Ticket is Included

Although booking a guided tour of the Uffizi Gallery might be more expensive than a self-tour, it usually comes with some interesting advantages like skip the line and explanations about the various art pieces, which one wouldn’t know otherwise. This is the main advantage of guided tours here, as not much information is available here apart from the art piece and name of the author.

Services we offers

  • Instant Ticket Confirmation – Once you book your Uffizi tickets online, you receive instant confirmation of your purchase.
  • Uffizi Gallery Skip the Line Tickets – Have the advantage of bypassing two lines. Please note, you still need to queue to collect your ticket at another gate. Uffizi gallery does not accept third-party printouts.
  • Mobile voucher – Don’t worry about printing out your ticket, you can show your voucher from your phone.
  • Easy cancellation – You have the right to return your tickets (at least 24 hours in advance) with a full refund.
  • Last Minute Ticket Availability – Find a selection of last-minute time slots, typically not available anywhere else.

Things to Visit Near Uffizi Gallery

  • Ponte Vecchio

The Ponte Vecchio, a famous medieval stone segmental arch bridge that is closed-spandrel shaped is found over the Arno River, in Florence, Italy. Marvel at the notable shops built along with it as they were once its most jewelled aspect.

  • Accademia Gallery

The Gallery of the Academy of Florence or the Galleria dell’Accademia di Firenze is a popular art museum based in Florence, Italy. It is mostly famous for housing Michelangelo’s sculpture named “David”.

  • Piazza della Signoria

Piazza della Signoria is an L-shaped square-based right in front of the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, Italy. It is from where the Florentine Republic’s history and origin get enriched and that’s how it still manages to maintain its reputation as the political focus of the city.

What to see at Uffizi Gallery

Home to one of the largest collections of renaissance art in the world, the Uffizi Gallery is home to an array of iconic masterpieces made by world-famous artists. The majority of these works were completed around the Italian Renaissance period. This gallery’s vast collections are a result of the finesse and artistic wonder of artists such as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raffaello, Botticelli, and more. These works date all the way back to between the 12th and the 17th centuries and appeal to both art-lovers and history buffs alike. Welcoming around 1.9 million visitors each year, the Uffizi Gallery is considered one of the most popular attractions in the world.

  • Admire The Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli, Madonna with the Long Neck by Parmigianino, Titian’s Venus of Urbino, and many more artworks made by famous Renaissance artists.
  • Enter all 50+ rooms the galleria offers. Its grand Renaissance collection will keep you busy for hours.
  • Take a break at the Boboli Gardens, the most extensive and elegant Italian style garden.
  • Cross over to the other side of the river Arno and visit the Pitti Palace. Discover the Gallery of Modern Art on the top floor.
  • Marvel at the Tribuna of the Uffizi’s most important antiquities and Renaissance and Bolognese paintings.

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FAQ

As of July 2014, the Ministerial decree is followed and many State museums in Italy have become a part of the “Sunday at the Museum” initiative. This means that entrance for the first Sunday of the month is free for everyone.

The Uffizi Gallery, a prominent art museum, is 256 years old, that is, it was found in c. 1765 in Florence, Italy.

The New Uffizi, a major modernization project, had increased viewing capacity that covers 101 rooms. This happened by late 2016 that it was expanded into areas formerly used by the Florence State Archive.

The Uffizi Gallery was designed and built by artist Giorgio Vasari. He, very elegantly and intricately, made the edifice with a Doric column portico. The whole world sees his work and bows down to his art today.

It is already known that the Uffizi Gallery is famous for housing some of the world’s most important Florentine and Italian collections of paintings. But besides this, it also holds a large number of Classical sculpture and foreign works.

Yes! As the Uffizi Gallery is one of the most visited museums in Italy, long queues keep forming. Hence avoid the lengthy ticket-buying lines and book the tickets online prior to your visit.

Yes, absolutely! You can marvel at an unforgettable collection of great art inside the Uffizi Gallery. The only thing that’s a problem is mini crowds that form in front of some art pieces as they arrive in groups. Apart from that, it’s totally mind-blowing.

No. It will be found in the Accademia Gallery, one of the most popular museums in the world because of its renowned sculptural work of David, made by Michelangelo.

Be it history-wise or art-wise, there’s so much more at the Uffizi than at the Accademia, apart from just the famous David statue. So it’s advisable to visit the Uffizi first.