The Firenze Card allows you to see 72 attractions of Florence in 72 hours, and skip the line at all of them. Realistically, you cannot see all the attractions on the card in just 72 hours.
10 museums worth visiting with Firenze Card
1. Uffizi Gallery
The Uffizi Gallery is probably the most famous gallery in Florence, and holds some of the most famous and spectacular art works from the Renaissance period. In these halls there are works from the greats such as Da Vinci, Titian, Caravaggio, Raphael, and Michelangelo; and the building is as beautiful as the works within it. This gallery is worth visiting with the Firenze card as there are notoriously long lines all year round.
2. The Accademia
If the Uffizi gallery is the most famous in Florence, the Accademia is an incredibly close second. This gallery is most famous for holding Michelangelo's statue of David. Like the Uffizi, there are long lines to get in to this stunning gallery, so it should be on your list of museums to visit with a Firenze Card.
3. Museo Galileo
4. Museum at Piazza del Duomo
The Firenze card will grant you access to the museum that is spread across 3 floors of a building adjacent to the main Cathedral. The museum contains most of the original works of art intended for the main Cathedral building. Some of the attractions include Lorenzo Ghiberti's Gates of Paradise, and a pietà by Michelangelo which he made with the intention of placing on his own tomb. In addition the Firenze pass will also give you priority entry to the cathedral, the dome, the bell tower, the baptistery, and the crypt.
5. Museo di Storia Naturale (La Specola)
6. Museo di Palazzo Vecchio
7. Museo dell'Opificio delle Pietre Dure
This museum is visited by a lot less people than the more popular museums, but it is well worth taking a look. This museum is dedicated to the history and production of art using semi-precious stones and polychrome marble. After a visit to the Accademia, come to this lesser-known museum which is just around the corner.
8. Museo de San Marco
9. Boboli Gardens
10. Palazzo Medici Riccardi
Aside from Uffizi, the Cupola and the Accademia, which are the obvious choices, there are many museums that are worth visiting in Florence.
For example, the less-know Stibbert Museum which is very interesting. It contains over 36,000 artefacts, including a vast collection of armour from Eastern and Western civilizations.
It ought not to be forgotten to visit the Cappelle Medicee in S.Lorenzo and the “Opificio delle Pietre Dure”, literally meaning Workshop of semi-precious stones, one of the famous artistic workshops of the Italian Renaissance.
Far away from the medieval conception anybody has of Florence, you should visit the “Museo Novecento” which contains many famous workpieces of modern and contemporary art.