Statue of David Florence Tours

Discover Michelangelo's masterpiece with skip the line tickets

Among experiences such as exploring the Duomo or Uffizi Gallery, our Statue of David Florence tours inform travelers about the Renaissance art that shaped the city. Michelangelo’s David stands at a whopping 17 feet tall, inviting all travelers to study the piece in detail. This guided tour will not only allow skip-the-lines access, but will also provide Florence experts’ details of this iconic art piece.

Graze past the crowds of travelers with these Statue of David Florence tours into the Galleria dell’Accademia, home of Michelangelo’s David. Your guide will have your Statue of David tickets handy, allowing you VIP access into the museum. Allow your curiosity to pave the way as you learn about Michelangelo’s classic work that paved the way to landing his Sistine Chapel gig. Look out for a missing toe and some cracks on his shins and uncover the differences of seeing the David up close.

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Florence in a Day Combo Tour with David and Uffizi

Explore Accademia Gallery, Ponte Vecchio, Florence Duomo, Uffizi Gallery, and so much more

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Florence Walking Tour with Statue of David

Uncover the best of Florence at the Duomo and Ponte Vecchio, and skip the line at Accademia

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Livorno Shore Excursion: Florence & Pisa

Maximize your day ashore on this jam-packed private tour with Leaning Tower, David, and more!

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Florence Private Walking Tour with Michelangelo's David

Explore the famous sites of Florence, with Ponte Vecchio, Duomo, and skip-the-line Accademia entry

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Statue of David Evening Tour

See Michelangelo's David and tour the Accademia after hours without the crowds

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Kid-Friendly Florence Walking Tour: David & Gelato

Bring the fun to Florence on this private family walking tour, with merry-go-round and paper-making