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How much does the ticket cost to enter the Uffizi Gallery in Florence and other related museums?

The Uffizi Gallery is a state museum in Florence, which is part of the museum complex called the Uffizi Galleries and including, in addition to the aforementioned gallery, the Vasari Corridor, the collections of Palazzo Pitti and the Boboli Gardens, which together constitute in quantity and quality of the works collected one of the most important museums in the world.

There are the most conspicuous existing collection of Raphael and Botticelli, as well as main groups of works by Giotto, Tiziano, Pontormo, Bronzino, Andrea del Sarto, Caravaggio, Dürer, Rubens, Leonardo da Vinci and others.

While the pictorial works of the sixteenth and baroque (ranging from Giorgione to Titian, from Ribera to Van Dyck), but also of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries in Italy are concentrated in Palazzo Pitti, the Vasari corridor until 2018 housed part of the collection of self-portraits ( over 1,700), which will soon be hosted in the Gallery of Statues and Paintings.

How much does the entrance ticket to the Uffizi Gallery and other connected museums cost?

We tell you that the cost of tickets varies according to the period of the year, autumn-winter and spring-summer.

From March 1st to October 31st

The entrance ticket to the Uffizi Gallery has a cost of € 20 (full) and € 2 (reduced) The entrance to Palazzo Pitti has, however, a cost of € 16 (for the full ticket) and € 2 ( for the reduced one). To enter the Boboli Gardens, you will have to pay a ticket costing € 10 (Full) and € 2 (reduced). If you want to visit all the museums, you can buy a combined ticket at a cost of € 38.

From November 1st to February 28th

The entrance ticket to the Uffizi Gallery has a cost of € 12 (full) and € 2 (reduced) The entrance to Palazzo Pitti has, however, a cost of € 10 (for the full ticket) and € 2 ( for the reduced one). To enter the Boboli Gardens, you will have to pay a ticket costing € 6 (Full) and € 2 (reduced). If you want to visit all the museums, you can buy a combined ticket at a cost of € 18.

Who can benefit from the reduced ticket?

The reduced admission fee is applied to young people, between the ages of 18 and up to the day of their 25th birthday, from the European Union or from Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, Liechtenstein.

Is it possible to visit the Uffizi Gallery for free?

Yes, it is possible to visit the Gallery for free on November 6, when we celebrate the birthday of Leopoldo de ‘Medici (born in 1617), cardinal, man of science and culture and passionate collector, who contributed in the course of his existence to greatly expand the artistic heritage of the Uffizi.

For more information and to purchase tickets, you can use this link.

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