Admire some of the most remarkable works of art to come from the Italian Renaissance with this Bargello Museum guided tour. Discover the impressive technique and history.
Bargello Museum Guided Tour
We'll meet at the indicated time in Piazza della Signoria, in the heart of Florence. From there, we'll walk to the nearby Bargello Museum, while our guide begins to tell us the history of both the building and the museum space.
After entering the museum, without waiting in line, we'll start our guided tour around some of Italy's most important works of art. To begin, our guide will accompany us through the first floor of the building, dedicated to the Italian Renaissance, Here we'll learn more about the characteristics of pieces created by artists including Michelangelo, Ammannati, Cellini, Verrocchio and Donatello.
Next, we'll go up to the second floor of the museum to discover works by Andrea and Giovanni della Robbia, true masters of glass sculpture, and you'll be fascinated by their technique!
At the end of the guided tour, lasting between one and a half to two hours, you can stay inside the Bargello Museum to continue exploring its galleries or return to those masterpieces that have impressed you the most.
Skip the Line
By booking this Bargello Museum guided tour you'll be guaranteed access to its interior without waiting in line, even during high season. There may be lines in case of strikes or serious issues.
1 hour 30 minutes - 2 hours.
The activity takes place with a guide that speaks in English.
Professional English speaking guide.
Skip the line entry to Bargello Museum.
When to book?
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Wheelchair accessible. This must be indicated in the reservation. An accompanying person is required.
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