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The Uffizi Gallery, Florence

How to book tickets for the Uffizi Gallery, Florence:

Simply select the ideal date for your visit by clicking on the calendar (closed Mondays) - we'll then show you the ticket options that are available, one or more of which may be of interest to you.

If you're not quite ready to book then further down the page you can see details on some of the tickets we usually have available, together with reviews from past customers, links to visitor information, and an Uffizi Gallery location map.

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All tickets are fully inclusive, and are all 'skip the line' tickets. We also offer guided tours of the Uffizi Gallery, as well as 'combo' tickets that cover both the Uffizi and the Accademia Gallery (home to Michelangelo's David) - the saving will pay for your morning cappucino!

If you're visiting in the summer months then you may want to take advantage of an evening visit, when the heat and the crowds may have died down somewhat. From the 6th of June until the 8th of August, and then again from the 22nd of August until the 26th of September, each Tuesday and Wednesday, the Uffizi Gallery will remain open until 10.00 PM. To be sure that visitors allow enough time for a good length visit, the last entrance time is 8.00 PM, with closing time at 10 PM.

Included with your tickets is an e-book guide to the Uffizi Gallery, written by two prominent Italian Art Historians and available to download as epub (for iPad and iPhone, Android, and many ebook readers), mobi (for Kindle) and PDF for pretty much everything else.

*A word on the 'Exhibition' or 'No exhibition' tickets ... if there's no special exhibition at the time of your visit, the ticket costs slightly less than it does if there IS one. If there's a special exhibition, you have no choice but to pay for this marginally costlier ticket, irrespective of whether you intend to view said exhibition or not. Please also note that these dates are subject to change at short notice and are to be taken as approximative.


Uffizi Gallery tickets (includes e-book guide)

Florence Uffizi tickets.

These are guaranteed entry, skip-the-line tickets for the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. There is a dedicated entry for those that have pre-booked meaning that you can safely ignore the often 2 to 3 hour waits for those in the queue.

Included with your tickets is an e-book guide to the Uffizi Gallery, written by two prominent Italian Art Historians and available to download as epub (for iPad and iPhone, Android, and many ebook readers), mobi (for Kindle) and PDF for pretty much everything else.

Combined Accademia & Uffizi tickets (includes e-book guides)

Combined Accademia and Uffizi tickets.

If you want to visit the Accademia on the same day, we offer a reduced price combined ticket.
This ticket covers any exhibitions that may be running and, needless to say, means that you get to skip the queues!

Included with your tickets are e-book guides to both the Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia (including David), written by two prominent Italian Art Historians and available to download as epub (for iPad and iPhone, Android, and many ebook readers), mobi (for Kindle) and PDF for pretty much everything else.


The Uffizi is, you don't need telling, a unique repository of unique masterpieces - we have some visitor information on this page, and you can get an immersive experience of the gallery via the Google Arts & Culture Project.

Again, if you're wanting some further insight then you may want to consider a guided tour - if you have time, another option is to visit the Uffizi as part of a longer guided tour of Florence - see what's available on this page.

4.5 stars out of 5 from 209 ratings. See all 95 reviews

5 stars
IS, Romania
21st Jul 2018
The e-guide received from you was very useful, with clear and enough info.
5 stars
SW, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
13th Jul 2018
Spent 4 hrs in there . Amazing place
5 stars
Thomas, United States
11th Jul 2018
The museum is huge with lots of art and paintings to see. Well worth the time to visit.
5 stars
MW, United States
22nd Jun 2018
I'm so sorry that I can't recall the English gentleman's name at the moment, but he was quite fun and knowledgeable. We've already recommended your tours to two others who will be visiting in the fall.
5 stars
JR, United States
26th May 2018
We didn't use the ebook guide, but highly recommend the prebooked tickets to skip the line, super smooth and so fast!
5 stars
SC, United States
18th May 2018
Easy access!
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The Uffizi Gallery, Florence