We went because we got free entry with our Uffizi card (although it's cheap even if you have to pay) and enjoyed it more than most of the museums, particularly the younger kids. The amount you can learn about how life was lived 700 years ago is amazing. One of the bedrooms has walls painted with beautiful scenes from a popular story in 1350, and they're still vibrant. SHow up early, get tickets, go upstairs and arrange to go on the 11:00 or 12:00 tour, then come back and see the whole thing at once. The docent taking you through the upper floors is happy to answer questions. And where else can you contemplate dropping hot oil or large rocks onto unwanted visitors? Plan at least an hour to really see it all.
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