Easter Sunday is a Free Admission Sunday

 01 Michelangelo's Tondo Doni in the Uffizi Gallery

Since last July, the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities has introduced free admissions on the first Sunday of every month to all State sites and museums.

 02 Uffizi Gallery hallway

This means that this month the first Sunday is also Easter Sunday. So what better way to walk off your Tuscan Easter lunch than go visit a couple of museums or sites?

 03 The statue of Andromeda in the Boboli Gardens

If you’ve planned to spend your Easter holidays in Florence you’ll be able to visit for free the Uffizi Gallery, the Academy Gallery, the Boboli Gardens, as well as the Medici Chapels, the Vasari Corridor, the Bargello Museum, and many more.

 04 The Charterhouse of Calci outside Pisa

Around Florence the Medicean Villas will be on the list, while in Pisa there’s the National Museum of San Matteo and just outside the monumental charterhouse of Calci.

 05 Vasari’s house and garden in Arezzo

Down in Arezzo the Vasari House and the Basilica Inferiore of the San Francesco Cathedral will be free of charge, while at Cortona it will be possible to visit the various  Etruscan chamber-tombs.

 06 Roselle Archaeological Park

At Siena both the National Archaeological Museum and the Pinacoteca Nazionale are open, while down in Maremma it will be possible to visit the archaeological sites.

 07 Happy Easter

Enjoy your Easter Day in Tuscany.

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