Florence: Michelangelo's David Priority Ticket & Audio App

USD 35



Breeze past the long queues at the iconic Accademia Gallery and indulge in an unforgettable visual feast. Get up close and personal with the magnificent original sculpture of Michelangelo's David, marvel at the intricate craftsmanship of a genuine Stradivarius violin, and discover a treasure trove of Renaissance masterpieces. To enhance your experience, an innovative audio guide app is at your fingertips, providing insightful commentary and fascinating anecdotes about the artwork on display.

Make the most of your prioritized entry ticket and enjoy a hassle-free visit to the Accademia Gallery of Art! With our skip-the-line ticket, you'll meet our bilingual host (Italian and English speaking) at the museum entrance, where they'll introduce you to the security check and hand over your pre-booked ticket. The day prior to your visit, you'll receive a WhatsApp reminder with essential details and instructions to download our exclusive Mobile Audio Application onto your device. Don't forget to charge your phone and bring your earphones to fully immerse yourself in the art experience. As you step into the iconic museum, plug in your earphones and let our innovative audio guide take you on a mesmerizing journey through the world of Michelangelo's masterpieces. Behold the breathtaking Original Michelangelo's David, and marvel at how the sculpture's expression seems to change as you move around it. Learn about the fascinating story behind David, a symbol of the Republic of Florence's defense of civil liberties, and discover the intricate details that have captivated art lovers for centuries. You'll also have the chance to explore Michelangelo's other celebrated works, including the Prisoners (Prigioni), which were originally intended for Pope Julius II's tomb. As you explore the museum further, you'll come across an impressive collection of Renaissance art and sculptures by renowned artists such as Andrea Orcagna, Taddeo Gaddi, Domenico Ghirlandaio, Filippino Lippi, and Sandro Botticelli. Additionally, visit the room dedicated to the Cherubini Conservatory's musical instrument collection, featuring a remarkable violin crafted by the legendary Antonio Stradivarius, part of the Medicean Quintet. Treasure the complete experience of Michelangelo's David and book your visit with us today!