Besides the Basilica (where the frescoed chapels, the Sacristy and the Avelli Cemetery are open to the public), the museum path includes the Cloister of the Dead, the renowned Green Cloister, the Spanish Chapel, the Ubriachi Chapel and the Refectory.
The Grand Cloister, named for its colossal dimensions (featuring 56 arched spans), vaunts spectacular frescoes attributed to prominent painters of the Florentine Academy. Be sure to visit the evocative Northern Dormitory, a majestic space marked by cross-vaulted arches supported by rows of pilasters. On the weekends, you can admire the Pope’s Chapel and join a guided tour organized by the Mus.e Association.
Thanks to an agreement between the Interior Ministry's Religious Buildings Fund and the Municipality of Florence, visitors can enjoy the complex in one go: a single ticket grants visitors access to the entire centuries-old Dominican establishment.
Price: € 7.50, one ticket grants access to the Basilica, the Avelli Cemetery and the Santa Maria Novella Museum (Grand Cloister, Cloister of the Dead, Green Cloister, The Spanish Chapel, the Ubriachi Chapel and the Refectory).
Reduced: minors from 11 to 18 years old, showing a valid document.