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The exhibition is divided according to the different styles of art and portrays art from the 12th to the 18th century in chronological order. The collection is known as one of the most important and best art collections of the Renaissance. Inside the building, visitors can admire the famous masterpieces by great artists like Cimabue, Caravaggio, Giotto, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, Mantegna, Tizian, Parmigianino, Dürer, Rubens, Rembrandt, Canaletto, and Sandro Botticelli. Furthermore, the exhibitions includes a collection of antic statues, drawings, and prints which is considered to be one of the most extensive collections worldwide.

Opening hours Uffizi 

Tue – Sun: 8.15 am – 6.50 pm
The ticket counter closes at 6.05pm, last entrance is at 6.35pm.

Closed: mondays, 1 January, 1 May and 25 December

Admission fee Uffizi 

Adult: 24.00€
Reduced (18-25 years): 14.00€
Child (under 18 years): 8.75€
Your ticket to the Uffizi Florence is already included in your Florence City Pass

Address Uffizi 

Piazzale degli Uffizi 6
50122 Florence

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Directions Uffizi 

Bus: 6, 11, 12, 36, 37

Special conditions of use Uffizi 

Closed on Mondays, 1 January, 1 May, 25 December 

You have to go to the ticket counter for visitors with preferred entrance at least 15 minutes before your reservation time. Please go to the entrance number 3 which is located below the Uffizi Loggia on the right hand side of the river Arno. 

Caravaggio and the 17th century (Special event from the 19 Feburary 2018 to the 26 Feburary 2025)
New arrangement of the room devoted to Caravaggio and 17th century panting at the Uffizi

The Rape of Polyxena by Pio Fedi (From 24th November until 10th March 2019 )
The exhibition is in honour of Pio Fedi, a classical sculptor at the time of Florence as the capital. The exhibition focuses on the reconstruction of the complex and difficult work processes of Pio Fedi.   

“Water microscope of nature. The Leicester Code of Leonardo da Vinci” (30 October 2018 to the 20 January 2019)
The Leicester Code of Leonardo da Vinci returns to Florence as a preview of the greatness of the Leonardo celebrations that will take place throughout the world in 2019 on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the death of one of the icon-figures of the history of humanity. The exhibition, the microscope water of nature. The Leicester Code of Leonardo da Vinci, edited by Paolo Galluzzi, is the result of over two years of preparation, and presents exceptional technological devices to be able to consult the code as well as numerous other precious sheets.

"Flora Commedia.Cai Guo-Qiang at the Uffizi" (20 November 2018 to the 17 February 2019)
Flora Commedia features in ten interlinked galleries over sixty works of gunpowder paintings that vary in size, in addition to select artist sketches that illustrate the creative process. 

Highlights Uffizi 

  • Most visited museum of Italy
  • Famous worldwide for its outstanding collections of ancient sculptures and paintings (from the Middle Ages to the Modern period)
  • The collections of paintings from the 14th-century and Renaissance period include some absolute masterpieces: Giotto, Simone Martini, Piero della Francesca, Beato Angelico, Filippo Lippi, Botticelli, Mantegna, Correggio, Leonardo, Raffaello, Michelangelo and Caravaggio, in addition to many precious works by European painters (mainly German, Dutch and Flemish)
  • Moreover, the Gallery boasts an invaluable collection of ancient statues and busts from the Medici family, which adorns the corridors and consists of ancient Roman copies of lost Greek sculptures.

Near Uffizi 

  • Museo Galileo 
  • Statua di Michelangelo 
  • Statua di Francesco Petrarca 
  • Statua di Leonardo da Vinci 
  • Loggia dei Lanzi 

Visit the Uffizi in Florence and benefit from free entrance with the Florence City Pass!