***In compliance with the new Decree Law, the museum is currently open with the following opening hours: from Monday to Friday, from 8.15 am to 1.50 pm.
The museum occupies the 16th-century rooms of the ancient Vallombrosan monastery of San Salvi. It houses a series of large altarpieces by 16th-century Tuscan painters. In the refectory, frescoed by Andrea del Sarto with the Last Supper, there are paintings and detached frescoes by Andrea and his pupil, Pontormo, and a funerary monument dedicated to San Giovanni Gualberto, the founder of the Order.
Cenacolo e Museo di Andrea del Sarto a San Salvi
Via di S. Salvi, 16, 50135 Firenze FI, Italia
Sidewalk connected to the street level. Access by stair lift only for people on a manual wheelchair. Equipped toilets are available.
The museum hosts six reproductions in relief of famous works of art displayed at the Uffizi Gallery for the fruition of blind people.