Besides the Firenze Card, there are many other types of combined tickets offered by the various museum
In order to allow a more immediate and simple fruition of the great Florentine museums, new combined tickets have been introduced, in addition to the already popular Passpartout 5 days for the Uffizi Galleries - Uffizi, Pitti Palace and Boboli Garden - including free admission to the National Archaeological Museum and the Opificio delle Pietre Dure. A new combined ticket will become available from May 3, including Palazzo Pitti & Boboli Garden. It will be valid for one day and will cost € 22 (March to October), € 14 (November to February). All the information on purchase, validity and terms available on the official Website.
The circuit of the Bargello Museums sets up a combined ticket for 18€ to visit the Bargello National Museum, the Medici Chapels, Palazzo Davanzati, the Orsanmichele Complex and Casa Martelli.
From March 1st, 2022, visitors can be admitted to the Opera del Duomo Complex with new combo tickets: the Brunelleschi Pass including access to all the monuments of the complex (reservation required only for the dome (cupola) € 30; the Giotto Pass including access to all the monuments, except the dome (cupola) € 20; the Ghiberti Pass including access to the Museum, Baptistry and Crypt € 15. The Cathedral is still free.
In addition, there is also a combined ticket for the Natural History Museums of Florence, the sections of Geology and Paleontology, Anthropology and Ethnology and also the Botanical Garden, which costs 10€ (validity 3 months).
There are also annual subscriptions offering unlimited access throughout the year, including temporary exhibitions and priority admission to the Uffizi Galleries or the Friends of the Uffizi card and the UAM Pass for the Bargello Museums.