Guided tour of Palazzo Vecchio for children
Explore the ancient residence of the Medici family with your child and an expert guide.
- E-voucher accepted
- Reserved entrance
- Confirmation by email
- Group tour
- Duration: 50 minutes
- Discover the Palazzo Vecchio with your child
- Admire the splendid architecture of one of the symbols of Florence
- Listen to the explanations and anecdotes described by the guide
The Palazzo Vecchio has always been considered the heart of Florence, inextricably linked to the history of the city. Built from 1299 to house the rulers of medieval Florence, the Palace reached its peak of splendour during the Renaissance, when the Medici family made it their residence.
This guided tour, dedicated to families and children from 8 years old, will allow you to learn about the history and anecdotes linked to the Palazzo Vecchio and the family that made the city of Florence a unique place in the world.
PLEASE NOTE: This tour is not recommended for children under 8 years of age.
The availability of tours is subject to reconfirmation by the Museum.
The price includes
- Guided tour of Palazzo Vecchio
- Entrance ticket to Palazzo Vecchio
- Presale fee
Price does not include
- Ascent to the Arnolfo Tower
On the day of the visit you will have to show your voucher at the cash desk of the Palazzo Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria. It is recommended to arrive 15 minutes before the start time of the tour. Don't forget to bring the identity documents of all participants.
PLEASE NOTE: This tour is not recommended for children under 8 years old.
Do not forget to bring the identity documents of all participants.
If you arrive late, the tour will not be guaranteed and no refund will be made.
If you do not participate in the tour, no refund will be made.
Please note: As the Palazzo Vecchio Museum is the seat of the Florence City Hall, during institutional events it is possible that there may be changes to the opening times and itineraries, partial and/or total closure of the museum, even at short notice.
TuscanyAll.com cannot be held responsible for any delays due to unforeseen events or inefficiencies on the part of the Palazzo Vecchio.