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All reviews etruscan artifacts egyptian collection greek and roman impressive collection excellent exhibits visited this museum gift shop well worth the visit firenze card chimera bronze chariot signage galleries romans explanation thousands
We only visited because we chanced our luck with a ticket that we bought for the Uffizi, hoping we could get in for free (and yes we can) and we wanted to get our of the cold.... otherwise not worth the €4.
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We visited here mainly because it was an added bonus to the Uffizi Cumulative ticket, which allows one to visit for five days following the use of the Uffizi ticket. We chose to take advantage of this and were very glad we did. It is...More
This is not the British Museum.It has only two main sections namely the Etruscans and the Egyptians but they do both very well. The Etruscan bronzes of figurines and animals are charming and varied.The mini tombs with portrait carvings are curious and you can see...More
The museum is kind of dark and it needs some modernization, but it has some very interesting objects, etruscans, romans, egiptians, greeks etc.
We bought the Uffizi tickets on-line and the Archeologic Museum was included.
In spite of needing some improvements, it's worthwile the visit....More
Sadly the top floor of the museum was closed when I attended, but I enjoyed my time overall. The Egyptian collection is especially notable, and I very much wish I'd been able to peruse the full floor of Greco-Roman artifacts.
I appreciated the free admission...More
Without doubt one of the best museums of this type on the planet...the curator should be congratulated.
We planned just 2 hours there but it was 4 hours till we left.
A little problem obtaining the audio guide when the ticket seller at first refused...More
This museum features collections from many ancient civilizations, from the Etruscans to the Egyptians. Not exactly a must-see, but a very affordable stop with some interesting exhibits if you have time and a wonderful break from the crowds of some of the more popular museums....More
We looove Egyptian art and loooved this museum as it is a real hidden gem. We were # 23 and 24 through the door at 12 pm.
A wonderful quiet retreat from the Accademia crowd. Very interesting artifacts though a few more English signs might...More
Right next door to the Academic Gallery and David there is this archaeological museum. There is a wide range of excellent exhibits including mummies, a chariot and much more. You also overlook the large pleasant gardens next door with open windows resulting in fresh air...More
The pleasant atmosphere of this residential area, a stone’s throw away from the Duomo of Florence, surprises everyone. A continuous flow of backpacking students provides the tranquil surroundings for the elderly residents who sit in Piazza San Marco to read the daily newspaper. Home to several universities, including the Academy of Fine Arts, San Marco is one of the most vibrant cultural centers in the city. A
bridge connecting the modern cultural activity of Florence to its classic art, represented by the everlasting magnificence of the original David, resonates as a symbol of Florence and of Italy as a whole. Get lost in a Neoclassic world, a journey back in time through historic buildings like Spedale degli Innocenti (Hospital of the Innocents), San Marco church, Basilica della Santissima Annunziata, and natural jewels like the Botanical Gardens.