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Early Morning Accademia Gallery Tour with Skip-the-Line Ticket

Via Ricasoli, 58, 50122 Firenze, Italia
from/per person 40
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Description

Get a head start on your sightseeing with this early morning skip-the-line 50-minutes tour of the Accademia Gallery in Florence. Avoid the queues and the crowds, and continue exploring the museum after the guided tour if you’d like.

Meet your guide in front of the Accademia Gallery entrance at 8:00am to get into the popular museum before the crowds.

Enjoy skip-the-line access with your ticket.

The 50-minutes tour is focused on the works of Michelangelo in the museum: The unfinished ‘Slaves’ and one of his masterpieces – the ‘David.’ Find out why the ‘David’ is so famous in a tour designed to get right to the main attractions in the museum.

Get some information about other artwork hosted in the museum, including works by Botticelli and Giambologna.

You can keep exploring the Accademia Gallery once the tour is over, or if you prefer to head out into the city you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy the rest of your day in Florence

Meeting point: 08:00  am sharp in front of the main entrance to the Accademia Gallery.

Starting time: 8.30 am

 

Price

Small Group Tour

(max 15 people)

40 €

(per person)

30 €

per child
(from 6 to 13 years old)

Private Tour

from  180,00 €

(per group)

from  140,00 €

for families composed by 2 adults and 2 children

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Schedule

Important info:

  • Duration time: Approx. 50 minutes
  • Departure point: Our meeting point will be at 8:15am in front of the main entrance to the Accademia Gallery, Via Ricasoli, 58/60, Firenze

Inclusions

  • Skip-The-Line ticket
  • 50-minute guided tour Official local guide
  • Early morning access

Exclusions Tips (tips in Italy are optional but welcomed if you liked the service)

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

Meeting point:

08:15 am in front of the main entrance to the Accademia Gallery.