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Paul,  United States United States
06 Jul 2024
The service was easy and worked out fine! I am glad I thought to use this. It is a popular museum for good reason.
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Sandra,  United States United States
26 Jun 2024
Easy to use! Nice to not have to find a person to get my tickets—they were digital to my phone.
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Catherine,  United States United States
21 May 2024
Easy and accurate! Wonderful museum to visit. Got tickets fast!
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About: Bargello Museum

Bargello Museum (also known as Museo del Bargello) is one of the oldest buildings in Florence, dating back to 1255. What used to be a palace, as well as a prison and barracks, is now an art museum boasting a number of 16th-century sculptures, plus four masterpieces by Michelangelo (1475-1564) and Donatello's David.

Sunday 08:15 - 13:50
Monday 08:15 - 18:50
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 08:15 - 13:50
Thursday 08:15 - 13:50
Friday 08:15 - 13:50
Saturday 08:15 - 18:50
Bargello Museum
4,Via del Proconsolo, 50122, Florence
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