Opera for Santa Maria Novella

A non-profit organization for the maintenance and museum activity of Santa Maria Novella

Opera for Santa Maria Novella

A non-profit organization for the maintenance and museum activity of Santa Maria Novella

Visiting hours

When can you visit the complex of Santa Maria Novella?

Online ticket

Buy the online ticket for the whole Santa Maria Novella museum complex, by selecting the visiting hour. This way you will get priority access and avoid queues.

Alerts

Ticket revision to visit the Complex of Santa Maria Novella from 1° July 2017

The Florence City Council, the Fund for Religious Buildings in collaboration with Opera for Santa Maria Novella, announces that from the 1st of July 2017 new prices and a new system of reductions and free admissions will be introduced to visit to monumental complex. 

Tickets: Regular € 7.50 Reduced € 5.00

Reduced: Children under 11 to 18 years old (with identity card)

Free of charge: Children up to 11 years, Residents in the Municipality of Florence, Disabled and their carers, Members of religious orders or ocngregations and dioscesan clergy, leaders of school parties or groups (1 free entry every 15 people), Italian Tourist Guides ICOM, ICOMOS and ICCROM members, Journalists.

Upcoming events

Giotto's Divine Brass - CONCERT JULY 11th - 21,15

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Secret Santa Maria Novella - visiting calendar

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Santa Maria Novella meets Bill Viola

See event

ALMOST HALF A MILLION VISITORS IN 2015

ALMOST HALF A MILLION VISITORS IN 2015

Artworks

Filippo Strozzi Chapel

The Chapel of Filippo Strozzi is located in the east (right) transept between the Bardi Chapel and the Tornabuoni (or Maggiore) Chapel.

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Masaccio’s Holy Trinity

In the third arcade of the left nave, in place of the altar, one can admire the fresco of the Holy Trinity (1425-1426) by Tommaso Guidi, known as Masaccio.

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