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Accademia Gallery

Via Ricasoli 58 - 60, 50122, Florence, Italy
+39 055 238 8612
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Europe's first school of drawing, this museum of art is chiefly famous for its several sculptures by Michelangelo, notably his David, in addition to an extensive collection of 15th- and 16th-century paintings.
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Via Ricasoli 58 - 60, 50122, Florence, Italy
San Marco
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

9 feet of AWESOMENESS!! Really not much else to say since this is truly the BIGGEST attraction of this Galleria. I enjoyed the history of the Stradivarius too. That was lovely to me.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We dropped in to the gallery late this afternoon after attempting to book tickets online only for the galleries website to fail to charge me. I expected huge lines but only had to wait maybe ten minutes before we were allowed in to buy tickets....More

Thank justliketetris
Reviewed yesterday

This is surely one of the most impressive pieces of sculpture ever. One can only marvel how Michaelangelo created this marble statue it truely is magnificent

Thank Lesley P
Reviewed 2 days ago

I hadn't really understood the fuss about Michelangelo's David until you see it in real life. It's arresting, absorbing, astonishing. Get there as early as you can to avoid the crowds and take a guide who can help give the context for the period.

Thank HampshireUKScaryMary
Reviewed 2 days ago

I'm convinced the key to visiting Florence is to go off season. No crowd at the Accademia, we waited maybe 5-10 minutes in line. The David is a must see. I would not visit Florence without going.

1  Thank Chelanian
Reviewed 2 days ago

We went here to see the statue of David which is incredible on its own, the collection outside of it is okay, we're not much for art but had to come here. Recommend an hour or two here.

Thank Scott E
Reviewed 2 days ago

I had not read much about this gallery before taking this trip. The best surprize was to be able to see and do so much in one area, It was fabulous and very worthwhile going to. So much to see. As in all of Italy,...More

Thank Rose G
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Though the lines for non-reserved tickets were long, the David statue that is the focal point of this museum did not disappoint. The museum is also home to many important Renaissance paintings. It is small and easy to navigate, especially with the Rick Steves playlist...More

1  Thank Aminta K
Reviewed 2 days ago

After reading so much about the fantastic David statue I could hardly wait for the day to arrive, that I will finally see the David statue. I was part of a guided tour and could not wait for the tour to get to the point...More

Thank Alrentia V
Reviewed 3 days ago

Yes, the David is magnificent and the Slaves very interesting but the paintings are very much all from the same school and tend to be 'from the workshop of'. 'by a follower of' etc

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surprises everyone. A continuous flow of backpacking
students provides the tranquil surroundings for the
elderly residents who sit in Piazza San Marco to read
the daily newspaper. Home to several universities,
including the Academy of Fine Arts, San Marco is one
of the most vibrant cultural centers in the city. A
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ellimic2016
November 18, 2017|
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Response from Tara R | Reviewed this property |
You can, but I would highly recommend not waiting. We were there in mid October at 8:15 in the morning and the line was already half a block long.
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sue d
September 22, 2017|
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Response from louisellebryan | Reviewed this property |
I did not use a tour service. I got a Firenze Card. Not knowing any better, and having been told I should do so, I also reserved a spot/time online. This was a waste of money. When I showed up for my time at the ticket... More
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