From sarcophagi and papyrus fragments to funerary urns and ancient sculptures, Florence's Archaeological Museum is a feast for the ancient-art lover's eyes. Skip the queue to view all the finds of this impressive museum.
Housed in a 17th-century palace and built for Princess Maria Maddalena de' Medici, the Archaeological Museum offers a glimpse into the fascinating cultures of ancient civilizations.
Discover one of the most important collections of Egyptian art in the world. Most visitors come here for the famous “Chimera of Arezzo,” a bronze statue with a lion's head and body, a goat’s head on its back, and a serpent's tail.
Browse this huge collection of Roman, Etruscan, and Greek treasures. Admire the “Idolino,” a small statue of a naked young man, the “François Vase,” a world-renowned Greek vase, and the colorful Etruscan “Larthia Seianti” sarcophagus.
With your ticket, you have plenty of time to roam the rich offerings, wander through different time periods, and get lost in old civilizations.