Admission hours of the Uffizi from 30th June 2020:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 1.30pm - 6.30pm
Saturday and Sunday: 9am - 6.30pm
Last admission: 1 hour before closing, at 5.30pm
Closing operations start at 6pm.
The halls on the first and second floors are open to visitors. The Gallery's entrance and exit are separate and the visit is one-way direction only. Halls and / or corridors where social distancing is not possible for architectural or logistical reasons, remain temporarily closed.
Inside the museum all national and regional rules apply to counteract the spread of Coronavirus. In particular, it is recalled that people with body temperatures above 37.5° C (= 99.5° F) are prohibited from entering (visitors' temperature needs to be taken at the entrance); the use of a mask covering mouth and nose is mandatory during the stay in the museum; it is necessary to keep the interpersonal distance of at least 1.80 m. Any kind of mass gatherings is prohibited; groups cannot exceed 10 people, and in any case they are always to respect the interpersonal distance of 1.80 m; tour guides must always use the whisper system (microphone and earphones) regardless of the number of members of their group.
It should be noted that in this phase the following services are suspended: cloakroom, bookshop, and rental of audio guides and tablets.
Given the ongoing emergency, it should be noted that the maximum number of people admitted is determined by the possibility of keeping the interpersonal distance of at least 1 metre (1.80 m highly recommended). Once the maximum number has been reached, the staff prevents access to other people, and allows next visitors in line to enter accordingly and only if at least one meter apart from each other.