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For preservation purposes, many significant works have been moved from the Duomo to this nearby museum.
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Piazza del Duomo 9, 50122, Florence, Italy
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Reviewed 3 days ago

You need to come here after visiting the duomo, so you can see all the treasures the duomo has. It is included in the ticket for the duomo. The original gates are really amazing and are a must-see.

Thank Ryan M
Reviewed 3 days ago

I didn't know what to expect going into this, but I was blown away by both the presentation and the content. The museum is extremely modern with huge ceilings, an easy to follow suggested route, lots of text explanations, excellent lighting and air-conditioning. It's included...More

Thank Andreas S
Reviewed 4 days ago

The crowds are immense so be prepared to wait a bit and be prepared to take lots of pictures of tourists!

Thank Christmas2010
Reviewed 5 days ago

There are amazing pieces to see in this museum. It is new and well put together. If you have a Firenze pass you need to take your card to the ticket station and ask for a Duomo Pass. It is free, but you have to...More

Thank dmgart
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

All the important treasures from the cathedral have been removed and displayed in this ultra modern, cool comfortable museum. Many beautiful things to see, all laid out in an easy to navigate format. Not sure if we were lucky but it was refreshingly uncrowded when...More

Thank Marion B
Reviewed 6 days ago

A small museum where you can seen some precious and artistic pieces that where brought from the Cathedral to be protected. It´s very well arranged and with a new concept of space.

Thank Aranda.G
Reviewed 1 week ago

We loved everything about Florence and happened upon this museum after realizing the lines were too long to enter the Duomo, even with our tickets and we were pleasantly surprised! It was quiet, had amazing artwork and breathtaking sculptures and exhibits and only a fraction...More

Thank Crystal D
Reviewed 1 week ago

Stunning architecture and an a museum virtually deserted this is really a secret special place. wonderful details from the Duomo

Thank Jules D
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you are interested in the history of the the Duomo, you can get a very good overview of it. But it is much more, there are several wonderful art pieces.

Thank 545medva
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Awesome museum. So we'll planned out and spacious. You can see an art piece on numerous floors with a different view. I would recommend this museum to anyone who appreciates art. To see Michelangelo's Piatá is breathtaking or to see the original Gates of Paradise....More

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Not sure 3 yers old can make the cupola climb. I suggest to check what age is allowed.
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