Museo di Palazzo Vecchio

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Museo di Palazzo Vecchio

Museo di Palazzo Vecchio
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Palazzo della Signoria, better known as Palazzo Vecchio, has been the symbol of the civic power of Florence for over seven centuries. Among the works of art safeguarded in the museum: the Cortile di Michelozzo; Michelangelo’s celebrated Victory in the Salone dei Cinquecento; Donatello’s Judith in the Sala dei Gigli; the private rooms of the Medici court and among these the marvellous Cappella di Eleonora, the chapel with paintings by Agnolo Bronzino.
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Neighborhood: Florence Historic Center
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Evgenia
Chania Town, Greece43 contributions
Nice experience really bad staff
Nov 2021 • Friends
It is an interesting place to visit, not something so impressive but the price of the ticket is reasonable so I will recommend it! The staff was really rude and offensive !! Except the man in the entrance, the woman in the museum shop was very rude too!!
Written November 15, 2021
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Rebecca O
Ridgewood, NY1,421 contributions
Palace
Aug 2020
This is and amazing place. Also famous for being in a movie. We enjoyed our visit and must say this is a must see.
Written July 5, 2021
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adcdiving
Antwerp, Belgium165 contributions
Palazzo Vecchio is definitely a to do.
Oct 2020
We start our visit in the huge Salone dei Cinquecento, where our mouths literally drop in surprise. What a beautiful room with artworks by Michelangelo and Leonardo de Vinci. We are short of time and eyes to discover all the details in the enormous wall and ceiling paintings. Simply beautiful!

The other rooms are also richly decorated, with the wall and ceiling paintings usually devoted to a specific theme. Especially the room with paintings around the natural elements (water, fire, earth and air) is more than worthwhile.
Written November 16, 2020
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Jo_and_Tom
Anna, OH1,473 contributions
Next to Uffzi museum
Mar 2020
We went by this place on way to Uffzi and didn't think much of it. Luca the next day March 8th showed us the place and explained the Medici built this and the Gallery which goes from here to Petit Palace over the Pointe Vechho bridge for his wedding. His wife was from Austria and the inside as murals of her home area as a welcoming. Without Luca's explanation we would not know any of this.
Written April 8, 2020
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Rustavi, Georgia40 contributions
Very significant Palace of Florence
Mar 2020 • Friends
The Palace where Medici Dinasty started rule beutiful and important city of Medieval Tuscany. I was shoked to feel athmoaphere in every hall of palace, to see magnificant ceilings painted by absolutely incredible frescoes and touch the moments from past... I recommend everyone to reach the tower of Palazzo Vecchio, wich gives you opportunity to see great panorama of city, Piazza di Segnioria and very many historical places... After month I am still under impressions. I felt in love with Firenze from the first sight 🥰
Written March 7, 2020
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Jhon R
5 contributions
Very beautifull !!
Dec 2019
We have this monument with the help of a friend of ours who has lived in Florence for many years and is an expert on Florentine history. The palace is beautiful, but knowing its history over the centuries helps a lot to appreciate the visit. I recommend a guided tour or at least a careful reading of a book on the site.
Written February 2, 2020
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Sachelle H
Paris, France20 contributions
Europe trip
Jan 2020
Wow how beautiful! Not crowded at all and easy to park in the nearby street and walk there. Heavy security and no lines made it a better experience too.
Written January 19, 2020
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KatieZ995
Plymouth, MN318 contributions
Great museum
Oct 2019
After visiting Florence 3 times, I finally decided to visit the museum instead of just admiring the bulding from the outside. It was well worth the effort. We went later in the day and did not have to wait to buy tickets, however the tower was closed. We still bought the combo ticket to be used for the tower the following day. The museum is a lot larger that I was anticipating. I would allow yourself at least 2.5 hours to see a majority of the museum.
Written November 10, 2019
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HuskerTraveler2
Lincoln, NE1,059 contributions
Hall of 500 interesting, see other museums if limited by time
Sep 2019
If you have limited time, you may consider walking into the main floor (free); however, the Uffizzi, La Accademian, Borgello, and Baptistry Museums are more interesting. That said, I enjoyed the Hall of 500 painting and some of the many elaborately frescoed rooms. You can catch a skyline view of the Duomo complex. Amazing to think that this very location is where the Romans based their governmental seat before Christ.
Written November 8, 2019
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Olga Desyaterik
Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine22 contributions
Lots of hidden secrets to discover
Oct 2019
The slogan FESTINA LENTO is written here, on one of the doors. It is easy to find and see it. But a lot of hidden symbols, lots of secrets can be noticed only with the guide's assistance.
Definitely worth visiting!
Written November 4, 2019
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Frequently Asked Questions about Museo di Palazzo Vecchio

Museo di Palazzo Vecchio is open:
  • Thu - Thu 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Fri - Wed 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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Museo di Palazzo Vecchio admission prices can vary. Entrance tickets currently cost $35.66, while a popular guided tour starts around $79.37 per person. See all 4 Museo di Palazzo Vecchio tickets and tours on Tripadvisor

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