Guided Visit to the Museum of the Cathedral of Florence
- Cathedral of S. Maria del Fiore (Free admission)
- The archaeological site of the crypt of Santa Reparata
- The Dome of Brunelleschi
- Giotto's Bell Tower
- The Baptistery of San Giovanni
- Museo dell'Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore
- Guided Visit to the Terraces of the Cathedral Plus Admission to Brunelleschi Dome
- Guided tour of the Baptistery and the Matroneum
- Guided visit to the Museum of the Cathedral of Florence
- Combo Museo dell'Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore + The Dome by Brunelleschi
- Combo all the Monuments of Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore
- Combo 4 Monuments of Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore
- Guided visit to the Sacristy of the Masses
An unmissable opportunity to admire one of the most fascinating museums in Florence. Reopened after long lasting restoration works at the end of October 2015, the Museo dell'Opera opens a window on the history of the Fabric of the Cathedral and the architectural complex of the Duomo, a seven centuries long history.
Private walking tour.
Private party with a maximum of 8 participants.
Available in English, Italian, French, Russian upon request.
Duration: 3 hours
Times and Days: Mondays and from Wednesdays to Saturday at 9am.
Meeting Point: meet your guide in front on the entrance of the Museum of the Cathedral of Florence.
- 3 hours tour
- Visit to the del Museum of the Cathedral of Florence, the Cathedral, the Baptistery, the Ruins of Santa Reparata, with expert guide
- Entrance ticket also allows the visit, without guide, to Giotto's Bell Tower and Brunelleschi's Dome, within 24 hours from ticket issue.
Total refund in case of cancellation up to 8 weeks prior the date of your visit .
75% refund from 55 to 22 days before the visit .
50% refund from 21 to 15 days before the visit .
25% from 14 to 8 days before the visit .
No refund is possible for cancellations less than 8 days before the visit and for no shows.
IMPORTANT – Code of Conduct
The monumental complex of Santa Maria del Fiore is above all a place of worship. Visitors are asked to respect some simple rules. Your pre-purchased ticket DOES NOT guarantee access or the possibility to stay inside the monument. You may be asked to leave if you choose not to respect the following:
- Appropriate clothing is required – no bare arms/shoulders or bare legs. Special attention to this point; access to the Cathedral, the Baptistery and the Crypt will be denied without an appropriate attire
- Please respect the silence
- Please turn your mobile phones and other electronic devices off
- Do not eat nor drink
- Pets are not allowed
- Works of art must not be touched
- No smoking
- No flash photography or tripod
- Entrance not allowed with large suitcases
- Wardrobe not present
An unmissable opportunity to admire one of the most fascinating museums in Florence.
Reopened after long lasting restoration works at the end of October 2015, the Museo dell'Opera opens a window on the history of the Fabric of the Cathedral and the architectural complex of the Duomo, a seven centuries long history.
Initiated in 1296 by order of the Republic of Florence under the influence of Arnolfo di Cambio, the construction of the Cathedral was a huge undertaking, of great importance, to which participated the main geniuses in the city: Donatello, Ghiberti, Brunelleschi, Michelangelo, Luca della Robbia, Andrea Pisano, Nanni di Banco.
Price per person: € 49.00