- Visit the Museum of The Opera del Duomo, recently restored, it will give you an overview on the history and the artists of Florence Cathedral's complex
- Climb the famous Dome
- Climb Giotto's Belltower
- Admire the amazing mosaics that decorate the Baptistry
Santa Maria del Fiore is one of the most famous cathedrals of the world and the 4th largest. Its Dome is a miracle of architecture. The Baptistery and Giotto's belltower have a long and interesting history with its symbols and reliefs, represent an important period of the Florentine past and culture.
During this tour we will visit the newly restored Museum of the Opera del Duomo, originally the workshop used by Filippo Brunelleschi to store the materials and machinery for the construction of the Dome, then also the place where Michelangelo carved the David and where other sculptors worked for the reliefs and statues decorating the Cathedral.
The museum also hosts the original doors of the Baptistery and a breathtaking full size reconstruction of the original medieval facade of the Cathedral. We will see some of the machineries used to build the Dome and the famous Michelangelo second original Pietà, hosted in the museum. We will then have access to the baptistery to admire its famous mosaics.
According to the availibility, we will climb the dome at a predermined time that we will communicate at the time of booking. With the same tickets it is possible to climb the belltower within 72 hours from the first use.
- Private guide
- Entrance fee to Baptistery, Dome climb, Museum Opera del Duomo, Giotto's Belltower
- Food and drinks
If you book the Dome, tickets is valid for 72 hours from the day of the reservation. If you don't reserve the Dome you have 30 days from the date selected for the visit to use the ticket; after the first entrance in a monument, the ticket will be valid for only 72 hours.
- The Cumulative ticket includes one access to each of the monuments of the Great Museum Opera del Duomo - Complesso Monumentale di Santa Maria del Fiore - formed by: Museo dell’Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore (Cathedral Museum), Brunelleschi's Dome (Cupola), Giotto's Bell Tower, Baptistery of San Giovanni and Archaeological site of Santa Reparata.
- Attention: Access to the Cathedral (Duomo) itself is free and not bookable; it is not part of the Cumulative Ticket
- The booking for the Brunelleschi's Dome cannot be modified, canceled nor refunded.
- Ticket is valid for 30 days from the date selected for the visit on the calendar at the moment of the purchase; Dome (Cupola) can be visited only on reserved date and time at the moment of the purchase
- One entry to each site
- Direct access without going through the cashier queue
- Access will be permitted only for ticket holders
- Mandatory time booking to access the Dome; booking is strictly nominative and must be made contextually to the tickets purchase. Visitors are requested to be at the entrance 20 minutes before the visit for security controls.
- Time booking for the Dome is not available for free tickets. Holders of these tickets must submit their bookings at the ATMs.
IMPORTANT: Any errors on the selection of the date of visit or in the compilation of the visitors data cannot be modified nor refunded
Ticket contains a barcode readable by the turnstiles at the entrances of the various sites. The use of the tablet is not advised for reading difficulties of the bar code at the entrance.
TICKETS CANNOT BE CANCELED NOR MODIFIED, AND ARE NOT REFUNDABLE unless the monuments remain closed for the whole period of validity of the ticket.
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