Legacy of Michelangelo Walking Tour
Discover the works of Michelangelo and his impact on Florence with our two-hour walking tour. Witness iconic landmarks such as the Palazzo Vecchio, Uffizi Gallery, and the Bargello National Museum, where Michelangelo’s work and legacy are displayed. Hear intriguing stories about each object and their relation to Michelangelo, including the Basilica di Santo Spirito and the Basilica of Santa Croce, both of which hold important works by Michelangelo. Stop at the Casa Buonarroti, the birthplace of Michelangelo, and the Opera del Duomo Museum. End the tour in front of Basilica di San Lorenzo and the Accademia Gallery and enjoy storytelling on his renowned works including “David” and “The Prisoners”. Join us on this journey through Florence and Michelangelo’s heritage.
- Professional local tour guide
- Objects will not be visited from inside
Route & Duration
Basilica di Santo Spirito
This church was one of Michelangelo's favorite places of worship and is said to have influenced his later work, including the David statue.
This museum holds several works by Michelangelo, including the Holy Family and the Tondo Doni.
Michelangelo worked on several projects in this building during his time in Florence, including the Hall of the Five Hundred and the Salone dei Cinquecento.
Bargello National Museum
This museum holds some of Michelangelo's earliest works, including the Bacchus and the Pieta, showcasing the young artist's exceptional talent.
Basilica of Santa Croce in Florence
Michelangelo's final resting place, the basilica is a magnificent example of Gothic architecture and a tribute to the artist's legacy.
This former home of Michelangelo's family houses several of his sketches and personal items, offering an intimate look into the artist's life.
Opera del Duomo Museum
This museum houses several of Michelangelo's unfinished sculptures, including the Slaves and the St. Matthew, as well as works by other Renaissance masters.
Basilica di San Lorenzo
This church was one of the largest commissions of Michelangelo's career, and he was responsible for the design of the Laurentian Library and the Sagrestia Nuova.
This museum is home to Michelangelo's David, one of the most iconic sculptures in the world.
In front of Basilica di Santo Spirito
(Piazza Santo Spirito, 30, 50125 Firenze FI, Italy) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.