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Santo Spirito Complex - Sacristy

Visit the impressive Santo Spirito Complex with the sacristy for free!

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Giuliano da Sangallo initially started the construction of the sacristy in 1489 in the form of an eight-sided figure and was finished by Antonio del Pollailo “Cronaca”. Inside of the sacristy you can admire the crucifix by Michelangelo as well as the full beauty of Michelangelo’s early work as a Renaissance sculptor. Michelangelo was a guest at Santo Spirito at the age of 17. During his stay he he was presented the opportunity to dissect corpses from the hospital of the monastery. This was the beginning of his anatomy studies. He was able to learn every detail about the human body, which is visible in his work. 

Opening Hours Santo Spirito Complex – Sacristy

Note: New opening hours from 29.03.2018:
Mon – Sat: 10 am – 1 pm and 3 pm – 6 pm
Wed: closed
Sundays & Public holidays: 11:30 am – 1:30 pm and 3 pm – 6 pm 

Admission fee Santo Spirito Complex – Sacristy

free

Address Santo Spirito Complex – Sacristy

Address:
Chiesa di Santo Spirito
Piazza Santo Spirito, 30
50125 Firenze 

Direction Santo Spirito Complex – Sacristy

Train station Firenze Santa Maria Novella to Serragli Santa Monaca.  
(Line 11, 2 stops)
The Santo Spirito complex is about 300m away from the bus stop. 

Special conditions of use Santo Spirito Complex – Sacristy

There are no fixed visiting times for the monastery, refectory and the capital hall. Please find out on site whether the visit is possible on your visiting day. 

Highlights Santo Spirito Complex – Sacristy

  • Crucifix by Michelangelo 
  • Early work by Michelangelo the sculptor 

Near Santo Spirito Complex – Sacristy

  • Pitti Palace 
  • Ponte Vecchio 
  • Museo Galileo 

Experience the impressive complex with the sacristy including early artworks by Michelangelo with the Florence City Pass!