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San Marco Museum
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Enjoy a visit to the Museum of San Marco without stress. Make your on-line reservation in advance to get in avoiding the long lines at the entrance.

Openings:: Monday to Friday, 8:15 to 13:50

Saturday, Sunday and holidays 8:15 to 16:50

Closed: 1st and 3rd and 5th Sunday of each month , the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. May 1st and Christmas and New Year.

Address: Piazza San Marco, 3 - Florence


Reduced prices and free tickets.

Reduced tickets: for European Union citizens aged between 18 and 25 years, Teachers of Public Institutions in the EU (Vatican City, Monaco , Switzerland, Luxembourg , Republic of San Marino, Lichtenstein).

Free tickets: for non EU citizens under 18, EU citizens under 18, You will be asked to show your ID card at the entrance for reduced and free tickets.


Disabled persons: The museum is accessible for disabled persons.

Cloakroom: Near the entrance. Visitors must hand in umbrellas, there is no charge.

Bookshop:There is one museum shop inside, where it is possible to buy guide books in various languages, art publications and artistic gadgets.


Requested time may not be available, the museum will then confirm the closest available time to the requested one on the same date.

Florence Museum Tickets is not responsible for changes or cancellations in museum programs.

A commission charge is added to the price of the ticket for the booking. An additional fee will be added for any further booking change or modification.

The Museum of San Marco is well worth a visit: it is a magic place full of art and history, an architectural masterpiece from Michelozzo, housing the famous collection of Fra Angelico works of art, one of the greatest painters of the Renaissance.

The Museum iconic image is the Annunciation by Fra Angelico”, painted on the wall of the first floor. The dorm cells are beautifully decorated with frescoes by Fra Angelico. You can also admire other masters' works, including Domenico Ghirlandaio, Fra Bartolomeo, Alessio Baldovinetti and many others.

The entrance to the library - commissioned to Michelozzo - is one of the finest examples of Renaissance interior with its arches supported by columns, and with ionic capitals on their top.


All the Monastery rooms are located around the Michelozzo's cloister. In the Hospice Hall there is the world biggest collection of paintings of Beato Angelico. The Large Refectory part was build later to house painting of Fra Bartolomeo and of the San Marco School's artists.

The Small Refectory is decorated with the Last Supper frescoed by Domenico Ghirlandaio. Fra Angelico's frescoes are located everywhere, in the cloister and in the Chatper House, on the upper floors, in the corridoes and inside the cells of the dormitory.

On the upper floor you can find the beautiful Michelozzo's library, hosting a collection of 15th century books. Here, at the end of the dormitory you find the famous cells belonged to Savonarola with memories of his life and his death.

Enjoy a visit to the Museum of San Marco without stress. Make your on-line reservation in advance to get in avoiding the long lines at the entrance.

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