An exceptional itinerary of artwork is housed within in the monumental complex of Santo Spirito. Visitors can admire artworks which, until now were not accessible to the public. Now visitors are able to fully enjoy the wooden Crucifix carved by a young Michelangelo. Observable from 360 degrees thanks to the new location, made possible by the intervention of the Friends of Florence Association.
The itinerary includes a visit to the Sacristy with the Christ of Michelangelo, the Cloister of Parigi, and the Refectory with the fresco of the Three Dinners by Bernardino Poccetti. Visitors also experience a special view of the two domes and the bell tower of Santo Spirito.
Visits are allowed with the following hours: from Monday to Saturday (closed Wednesday) from 10.00 to 13.00 and from 15.00 to 18.00; Sunday and religious holidays from 11.30 to 13.30 and from 15.00 to 18.00.
To access the complete itinerary there is an individual contribution of 2 euros. It is not necessary to book in advance, let alone buy your ticket in advance. No portal is authorized to sell entrance tickets on behalf of the Augustinian Community. Access to the Basilica is allowed when no liturgical ceremonies are held and is always free.
Please note that the Basilica will be closed to tourists every May 22, Saint Rita’s Day
For tourist guides: the use of audio systems is mandatory regardless of the number of accompanied tourists.
BOOKING NOT MANDATORY: For individuals and small groups no reservation is required. To facilitate larger group visits, it is recommended to email in advance. Information can be sent to: email@example.com
The new app
The new app includes an audio guide of the tour of our Basilica and is available on Rambl platform. The cost of the app includes access to the route itself.