After more than 10 weeks of lockdown, due to the pandemic, since May 18th, museums and monuments in Florence are gradually reopening. All national and regional rules apply to counteract the spread of coronavirus.
All the main museums open to the public! Just be careful! Please, check the updated opening hours, and see if you have to book in advance your admission. In some cases reservation is required or suggested in order to respect the interpersonal distance of 1 mt.
Recently, the Bargello Museum (with the great sculptures by Donatello, Michelangelo, Verrocchio), the Brancacci Chapel (with the frescoes by Masaccio and Masolino), the Forte Belvedere (the Belvedere Fortress, free entrance) have also been reopened.
The Uffizi, the Academy Gallery, the museums of Palazzo Pitti & Boboli garden, the building complex of the Cathedral (including the museum), are now open during the week for the whole day. Many other museums - starting with the Santa Croce Complex, Museo Novecento, Museo Bardini - are progressively extending their opening hours in the hope of returning to pre-Covid times as soon as possible.
Attention: the Palazzo Vecchio museum in September will be open only on the following days: 6, 7, 13, 14, 18-21, 28, all day long: h. 9-20
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