Top Museums in Florence
All of Florence, including its churches, squares, and public buildings, is a museum. But there are some museums in Florence that you will not want to miss on your visit. Here is our list of the top museums in Florence. See also Top Attractions in Florence for more Florence sightseeing suggestions.
Must See Art and Artists in Florence
Some of history's most famous artists and some of the art world's greatest masterpieces are located in Florence. If you're visiting Florence for art, these are the artists that you don't want to miss.
Florence and Venice Sites in Dan Brown's Inferno
Dan Brown's thriller, Inferno, is based on the Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri and the first part of the book takes place in Florence. Find out where Robert Langdon goes in Florence.
Details about the Firenze card, a pass for visiting Florence museums and using public transplantation.
A Visit to the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence
Florence's City Hall, the Palazzo Vecchio, is one of Florence's most important secular buildings and is now a museum. Learn about what to see on a visit to the museum in Palazzo Vecchio.
Museo San Marco
Florence's Museo San Marco contains famous frescoes by the painter Fra Angelico, one of the top artists of the early Renaissance. Here is visiting information for San Marco Museum, including its art collection, visiting times, and admission.
The Galleria dell'Accademia is one of the Florence's top museums, chiefly because it is home to Michelangelo's David sculpture. Learn about the history of the Accademia museum and other works of art you can see at the Accademia Gallery in Florence, Italy.
Galleria dell'Accademia Exhibits
Galleria dell'Accademia, one of the top museums in Florence, is home to the world famous statue of David by Michelangelo. Learn about what to see at the Accademia museum and how to visit the Accademia gallery.
The Uffizi Gallery
The Uffizi Gallery (Galleria degli Uffizi) in Florence, Italy, is one of the most important museums in the world for Renaissance art. Learn more about which artworks to see in the Uffizi and how to get tickets to visit one of the top attractions in Italy.
Florence Museums Online Reservations and Ticket Purchases
B-Tickets is the online booking site for Florence museum tickets. You can make reservations and purchase tickets through this site for a small fee.
Michelangelo in Florence
Born and raised in Tuscany, Michelangelo Buonarotti has long been associated with the city of Florence, which holds a small trove of many of his masterpieces. Florence is where you will find the sculpture of David, which is one of the great icons of Renaissance art, as well as numerous sculptures, architectural projects, and a painting from the...
The Moving Art Florence Art Gallery
The Moving Art is a large art gallery in Florence at via della Condotta 11/r. They sell Tuscan artworks with prices starting at ten euro and going much higher. You can buy some art online, too.
Museums of Florence, Italy
Comprehensive list of 70 museums in Florence, Italy, with descriptions and visiting information.
Polo Museale Fiorentino - Official Museum and Culture Site
The official museum and culture site of Florence has good descriptions of museums with opening hours and current prices.