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Private guided tour and Ticket Bargello Museum in Florence: buy skip-the-line tickets online

Private guided tour and Ticket Bargello Museum in Florence: buying skip-the-line tickets online for the visit. Collect your ticket at the entrance and skip the line. Could include audio guide in English, Italian, French, Spanish.

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Bargello Museum in FlorencePrivate guided tour and Ticket Bargello Museum - Via del Proconsolo, 4 - Florence

Private guided tour and Ticket Bargello Museum: € 139 per person.

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The Collection of the Bargello Museum collects sculptural works from the Renaissance. Among the exhibited artists Donatello, Luca della Robbia, Verrocchio, Michelangelo, Cellini, Giambologna.

The history of the Bargello Museum begins with a royal decree on 22 June 1865 which converted the Palazzo del Popolo in Florence into the first Italian National Museum dedicated to the arts of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

The new museum was intended to house the most important sculptural pieces of the Medici Collections; so immediately masterpieces by Donatello, Luca della Robbia, Verrocchio, Michelangelo, Cellini, Giambologna, Ammannati entered through the main door.

Private guided tour and Ticket Bargello Museum in Florence

With this skip-the-line ticket you can enter the Bargello Museum to visit the rich collection of art from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. And then in the company of a professional guide you will have a private visit reserved for your group.

The collection includes extraordinary masterpieces by Donatello, Luca della Robbia, Verrocchio, Michelangelo, Cellini, Giambologna, Ammannati.

This is a private visit for a group of up to 15 people all part of the same booking. As such, the guide will be able to answer every question and satisfy every curiosity with respect to a collective tour.

Masterpieces of the Bargello Museum

– Giotto: Stories of Saint Mary of Egypt, Stories of Saint Mary Magdalene, Stories of Saint John the Baptist.
– Lorenzo Ghiberti and Filippo Brunelleschi: Sacrifice of Isaac (1401)
– Donatello: San Giorgio (1418), Marzocco (1420), David (1440), Attis.
– Andrea Della Robbia: Portrait of a girl (1470)
– Verrocchio: David (1470), Lady of Mazzolino (1475)
– Benedetto da Maiano: Bust of Pietro Mellini (1474)
– Francesco Laurana: Portrait of Battista Sforza (1475)
– Michelangelo Buonarroti: Gallino Crucifix (1497), Bacchus (1497), Tondo Pitti (1504), David-Apollo (1530), Portrait of Brutus (1539)
– Jacopo Sansovino: Bacchus (1515)
– Cellini: Apollo and Hyacinth (1548), Perseus (bronze model 1545)
– Giambologna: Ocean, Mercury (1576)
– Ammannati: Giunone and Pavoni

What is included in the Private guided tour and Ticket Bargello Museum in Florence

Entrance to the Bargello Museum with priority access.
Small group tour with a private guide.
Headsets for groups of more than 6 people.
Private tour only for your group (max 10 people).

Meeting point of Private guided tour and Ticket Bargello Museum in Florence

City Florence Tours office a few meters from the main entrance of the Uffizi Gallery in Via dei Castellani 14 (18 red).

Duration of the visit with the Private guided tour and Ticket Bargello Museum in Florence

– 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Times and days for the Private guided tour and Ticket Bargello Museum in Florence

– Museum hours and days.

Languages availabl for the Private guided tour and Ticket Bargello Museum in Florence

– English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, Portuguese, Russian.

Terms of cancellation of the Private guided tour and Ticket Bargello Museum in Florence

The reservation can be canceled with a 100% refund up to 24 hours before the start.

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Accessibility and useful information for the Private guided tour and Ticket Bargello Museum in Florence

– Accessible for people with reduced mobility and in wheelchairs.

Works of art in the various rooms of the Bargello Museum in Florence

The Collection of the Bargello Museum sculptural works of the Renaissance. Among the exhibited artists Donatello, Luca della Robbia, Verrocchio, Michelangelo, Cellini, Giambologna.

Bargello Museum in Florence

The Bargello Museum Collection was born - like that of the Uffizi - from the Medici Collection, lords of Florence for centuries who through patronage allowed the creation of works signed by the greatest artists of the time such as Michelangelo, Donatello and Cellini.

The itinerary welcomes the visitor in the sumptuous entrance courtyard which leads to the Michelangelo Room which also houses sculptures by Cellini, Giambologna and Ammannati.

The first floor houses the Sala di Donatello and his most famous sculptures David, Attis, San Giorgio and the majolica sculptures of Luca della Robbia. Also exhibited are bronze works by Ghiberti and Brunelleschi.
On this floor there is also the Carrand Collection, the Islamic art rooms and the Chapel which preserves the oldest portrait of the poet Dante Alighieri. The Sala degli Ivori, Sala del Trecento, Sala delle Maioliche Italiane also follow one another.

The top floor displays masterpieces by Andrea and Giovanni della Robbia, the Sala dei Bronzetti, the Sala di Verrocchio, the Sala del Medagliere, the Sala dell'Armeria which collects artifacts that belonged to the Medici Armory.

Masterpieces of the Bargello Museum

– Giotto: Stories of Saint Mary of Egypt, Stories of Saint Mary Magdalene, Stories of Saint John the Baptist.
– Lorenzo Ghiberti and Filippo Brunelleschi: Sacrifice of Isaac (1401)
– Donatello: San Giorgio (1418), Marzocco (1420), David (1440), Attis.
– Andrea Della Robbia: Portrait of a girl (1470)
– Verrocchio: David (1470), Lady of Mazzolino (1475)
– Benedetto da Maiano: Bust of Pietro Mellini (1474)
– Francesco Laurana: Portrait of Battista Sforza (1475)
– Michelangelo Buonarroti: Gallino Crucifix (1497), Bacchus (1497), Tondo Pitti (1504), David-Apollo (1530), Portrait of Brutus (1539)
– Jacopo Sansovino: Bacchus (1515)
– Cellini: Apollo and Hyacinth (1548), Perseus (bronze model 1545)
– Giambologna: Ocean, Mercury (1576)
– Ammannati: Giunone and Pavoni

History of the Bargello Museum in Florence

The history of the Bargello Museum begins with a royal decree on 22 June 1865. It was the first Italian National Museum dedicated to the arts of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

The history of the Bargello Museum begins with a royal decree on 22 June 1865 which converted the Palazzo del Popolo in Florence into the first Italian National Museum dedicated to the arts of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

The new museum was intended to house the most important sculptural pieces of the Medici Collections; so immediately masterpieces by Donatello, Luca della Robbia, Verrocchio, Michelangelo, Cellini, Giambologna, Ammannati entered through the main door.

However, the collection was also enriched following the opening through ministerial donations and purchases which brought to the Bargello collections majolica, waxes, bronzes, enamels, medals, tapestries, ivories, seals, textiles. All works from the Medici collections and from the suppression of suppressed convents or from private bequests.

In 1888 Louis Carrand, an antiquarian from Lyon, decided to leave his collection of more than 2,500 sculptures and paintings to the Bargello Museum.

How to reach the Bargello Museum in Florence

The Bargello Museum is located in the center of Florence, a few steps from Piazza della Signoria..

Arrive by train

From Santa Maria Novella Station you can reach it on foot in about 15 minutes (1400 m).

Arrive by bus

The closest bus stop is the Uffizi Gallery on the C1 line (210 meters from the Gallery). Other bus lines: A, 14 and 23.

Arrive by car

The closest car parks are Garage Palazzo Vecchio, Garage dei Tintori, Garage Lungarno (for a fee). They are located just 400 meters on foot from Bargello Museum.

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