Esplorando le Meraviglie Rinascimentali: La Galleria dell’Accademia di Firenze

Nel cuore di Firenze, culla del Rinascimento, si erge un tempio dell’arte che custodisce alcune delle opere più significative e rivoluzionarie della storia: la Galleria dell’Accademia. Questa istituzione non è solo un museo, ma un viaggio attraverso la bellezza, la forza e l’innovazione che hanno caratterizzato un’epoca.

Il David di Michelangelo: Un’Icona di Bellezza e Forza

Al centro di questo viaggio artistico, incontriamo il David, capolavoro indiscusso di Michelangelo Buonarroti. Scultura emblematica del Rinascimento, il David rappresenta l’apice della perfezione estetica, scolpito magistralmente da un unico blocco di marmo nel 1500. Quest’opera non è soltanto la rappresentazione biblica del giovane eroe, ma simboleggia anche l’ideale di bellezza e virtù dell’umanesimo rinascimentale.

I Prigioni: Guardiani Incompiuti

Proseguendo il percorso, ci si imbatte nei Prigioni, quattro statue non finite che avrebbero dovuto adornare la tomba di Papa Giulio II. Conosciuti anche come “Gli Schiavi”, questi colossi in pietra sembrano lottare per liberarsi dalla materia grezza, simboleggiando il trionfo dello spirito umano sulla materia.

Gipsoteca: Tesori in Gesso

La Gipsoteca, con le sue vaste collezioni di calchi in gesso creati da Lorenzo Bartolini e Luigi Pampaloni, offre uno sguardo unico sull’arte della scultura, permettendo di apprezzare la precisione tecnica e l’estetica di queste opere prima della loro realizzazione finale in marmo o bronzo.

Sala del Colosseo: Inizio del Viaggio

L’avventura nella Galleria dell’Accademia inizia nella Sala del Colosseo, dove i visitatori vengono accolti dal modello della scultura “Ratto delle Sabine” di Giambologna, introducendo i temi della dinamica e dell’espressione che permeano l’intero museo.

Museo degli Strumenti Musicali: Un’Armonia di Storia e Musica

Infine, il Museo degli Strumenti Musicali rivela una collezione privata unica, appartenuta ai duchi Medici, che include violini creati da Stradivari e il primo pianoforte, nato proprio a Firenze. Questo spazio non solo celebra l’evoluzione degli strumenti musicali ma sottolinea anche l’importanza della musica come forma d’arte durante il Rinascimento.

Prenota ora la tua visita su Italy Pass Tours e preparati a vivere un’esperienza indimenticabile. Per approfondire la storia dell’Accademia e delle sue inestimabili opere, visita Florence Museum.

Overview

People from all over the world come to Florence to see him-David. This statue, created by Michelangelo, is rightfully considered one of the most famous in the world. David has become one of the most recognisable works of Renaissance sculpture; a symbol of strength and youthful beauty.  
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Highlights
  • The David. A statue of a young boy, created by Michelangelo in 1500 from a single piece of marble. Even nowadays it’s considered one of the most important and famous sculptures of the Renaissance in the world.
  • The Prisoners. The four unfinished statues created by Michelangelo. They were supposed to decorate the tomb of the pope Julius II. Nowadays “The Slaves” are guarding the hall which leads to David.
  • Gipsoteca. One of the biggest collections of plaster casts created by Lorenzo Bartolini and Luigi Pampaloni.
  • The Hall of Colosseum. The first hall where the journey begins, meets us with the famous model of the sculpture “ Rape of the Sabines” created by Giambologna.
  • The museum of Musical instruments. Absolutely unique private collection from the Medici’s dukes including violins by Stradivari and first piano, which was created in Florence.
  Inclusion:                                                                   Exclusion:
  • Admission ticket                                                        – Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Fast track entrance                                                    – Food and beverages
  • Licenced guide                                                           – Tips
  • Radios and headsets
     

What expected

  • Skip the line and save time
  • 1-hour tour with a professional guide
  • Small groups
  • Audio headsets pr
Your professional tour guide will meet you at Piazza San Marco in front of San Marco Basilica for your tour of the Accademia Gallery. From there, you will walk 190 meters to the Accademia Gallery, where you will skip the lines and enter one of the most famous museums in Florence to view Michelangelo’s iconic David sculpture. The museum also hosts important collections of Italian masters dating from the 13th through the 16th centuries which also includes the Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini.
This less often seen treasure houses a marvelous collection of historical musical instruments which represent life at court for the Grand Dukes of Tuscany including a pianoforte by Bartolomeo Cristofori and an original Stradivarius violin from 1716 Your guide will then lead you to explore the museum’s collection of Italian masterworks, including the powerful imagery of Michelangelo’s unfinished ‘Prisoners’ which were conceived to adorn the tomb of Pope Julius II. The tour finishes with a viewing of David, a symbol of the strength and independence of the Florentines. After your tour you can explore the museum at your leisure.

Important information

Inclusions
  • Skip the line and save time
  • 1-hour tour with a professional guide
  • Small groups
  • Audio headsets provided for groups of more than 6 persons
Meeting Point Meeting point: is in front of the main entrance of the museum. The exact address is Via Ricasoli, 47. There will be a host with a flag ItalyPass Tours.
  • Duration: 11h
  • Mobile tickets accepted
  • Instant confirmation
Additional information

Daily Tours : 10:00, 11:00, 11:30, 15:00, 15:30 (from Tuesday till Sunday) The maximum availability for a single tour is 15 pax Each slot could become 2 or more groups upon availability

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