The opening hours of the museum may be subject to change; check the official website of the Musei civici fiorentini cultura.comune.fi.it/musei
Palazzo Vecchio symbolises the city and has been its seat of government for more than seven centuries. Its fantastic sights, bearing witness to every major phase in Florentine history and art, include the ruins of the Roman theatre in its archaeological crypt, its sumptuous monumental apartments decorated by celebrated 15th and 16th century artists, and the breathtaking views to be had from its battlements and tower. The palace also houses such masterpieces of art as Donatello's Judith, Bronzino's paintings in the Chapel of Eleonora and Michelangelo's Victory.
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Groups up to 24 people + 1 guide are allowed insides
This palace is also the seat of the city council. Unfortunately this means that on certain special occasions when institutional ceremonies are scheduled, the museum may be totally or partially closed to the public.
We cannot always tell a long time in advance whether closure is going to be total or partial, so we strongly advise you to check the "Visitors please note" section before starting your visit.
The ticket is valid for six months from the day of purchase, so you can always buy your ticket on one day and visit the palace on another.
15 peolpe max. (guide included). Tickets must be prebooked on line.
Children under 6 not allowed. People under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
In the event of rain the Arnolfo's Tower will be closed to the public while the medieval guardwalk will be accessible.
Access for disabled visitors is via the side entrance in Via dei Gondi.
The two main floors of the museum are wheel-chair accessible, but unfortunately architectural barriers prevent access to the mezzanine floor and to some of the educational activity locations.
ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE, TOWER AND BATTLEMENTS
are temporarily inaccessible
Piazza della Signoria
Tel. Ticket Office + 39 055 2768325