May 17, 2015, 07:49 PM
I'll be visiting Florence in September/October.
I'll certainly go to the Accademia Gallery to see David and other art works.
Are cameras allowed in the Museum? I suspect that tripods are forbidden due to the tripping hazard.
I browsed the Accademia Gallery website but I didn't find any information about photography.
Thanks for your help.
May 18, 2015, 04:53 PM
Photos without flash were allowed at the Uffizi when we were there last summer, so I would imagine the same would be true at the Accademia. When we were there 3 years ago photos were not allowed at either...
May 19, 2015, 05:52 PM
As Uomo Grasso has already confirmed - you can take pics, no flash, no tripod. You need to request permission if you want to take pics with tripod, it is a bureaucratic hassle to do so.
You can take pics at all state museums, as long as no flash is used.... this has only been allowed since last summer, around July. Before they weren't allowed.