The reopening of the Uffizi Galleries' museums

Reopenings and Green Pass

Attention! Access with Green pass from 6.8.2021 in places of culturehttps://www.dgc.gov.it/web/ 

From April 27 the Boboli Gardens will reopen to the public from 8.15am to 6.30pm. In this first period, admission will only be possible via the main entrance of Pitti Palace. As to the special openings of the Gardens also on the first and last Mondays of each month (closing days), please see the updated section of  Notices.

From 4 May also the Uffizi and the Pitti Palace reopen. The Uffizi are open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 8.15am to 6.50pm. Pitti Palace (Palatine Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art, Treasury of the Grand Dukes) are open from 1.30am to 6.50pm.

For access on Saturdays and public holidays, reservations must be made at least one day in advance, in compliance with the Decree-Law no. 52 of 22.04.2021

Holders of the Uffizi Galleries Passepartout tickets (Passepartout. Annual Subscription and Passepartout 5days) retain the right of priority access also on Saturdays and public holidays. We remind you that the Passepartout 5days requires a reservation only for the Uffizi, which must be the first museum to be visited, by showing up at Door 3 of the Uffizi 15 minutes before the reservation time.

Admission to the museums and the Gardens is possible if body temperature, which is measured at the entrance, does not exceed 37.5°C (99.5°F).  Admission is also allowed to groups with guides, equipped with wifi devices of their own, up to a maximum of 10 people distant at least 1 metre one another. It is mandatory to wear face masks (except for the Boboli Gardens in case it is possible to keep the interpersonal distance and without mass gatherings). As to Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, reservation is compulsory and is to be made at least one day in advance.

For all the anti-Covid rules to comply, consult the dedicated webpage at this link.

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