The Halls of the Uffizi Gallery
The Uffizi Gallery’s collection of artworks is displayed in over 45 halls spread out between the first and second floors of the historical palace that houses the museum.
Which are the main or “must-see” halls in the Uffizi Gallery?
All of the halls within the Gallery deserve a visit since each one of them displays priceless works of art, their value important from both a historical as well as artistic point of view.
However, we know that many visitors to Florence have limited time at their disposal to visit the Uffizi and for this reason we offer this condensed guide to all of the halls of the Uffizi that you should absolutely visit.
In this hall are displayed the beautiful Maestà of Giotto, Cimabue and Duccio da...Read more »
The room displays some early Renaissance masterpieces, including works by Masaccio, Veneziano and Paolo...Read more »
This room is entirely dedicated to Filippo Lippi and his amazing works such as the Madonna and Child with Two...Read more »
Here are exposed the famous artworks The Birth of Venus and the Spring by...Read more »
This room displys some early works by Leonardo da Vinci, as the beautiful...Read more »
This new room house some masterpieces by Michelangelo and other Florentine...Read more »
The rooms 57 and 58 display some famous artworks by Andrea del Sarto, such as the beautiful Madonna of the...Read more »
This hall exposes some wonderful works by Raffaello, as the famous Madonna of the Goldfinch which has been recently...Read more »
This new hall has works by the great Titian , master of the Venetian school of...Read more »
This hall is dedicated to Caravaggio's work while the adjoining ones includes works of artists influenced by his...Read more »