Sunday at the Museum
Free opening of the National Museums
On September 7 returns "Sunday at the Museum", where all the public museums and archaeological sites can be visited free of charge. By the first time application of the rule of decree Franceschini, in force since July 1, which states that every first Sunday of the month you do not pay the ticket to visit monuments, museums, galleries, archaeological digs, parks and gardens classified as national monuments. Some pearls of Tuscany participating in the initiative are:
In Florence: the Uffizi Gallery, museums of Palazzo Pitti (excluding carriage museum), the Academy Gallery, the Medici Chapels, the workshop of semi-precious stones, the Bargello and the archaeological museum - Egyptian
In Siena: Archaeological Museum, National Gallery
In Pisa: The National Museum of Royal Palace
In Arezzo: National Archaeological Museum "Gaio Clinio Mecenate"
In Lucca: The National Museum of Villa Guinigi and The National Museum of Palazzo Mansi
For information and a complete museums roster, villas and archaeological sites joining the action, click here.