OverviewThe very beginning of the Uffizi Gallery was the collection of Francesco I de' Medici to which he dedicated the second floor of the building for his personal enjoyment. The collection became “public and inalienable good” thanks to Duchess Anna Maria Luisa de' Medici whose will it was that it would be open to the public forever. Today, the Uffizi Gallery is one of the most important museums in the world, with new acquisitions and gifts coming from collectors, private donations, diplomatic exchanges, dynastic and church heritages, patronages, and arts and crafts corporations.
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There is a ramp from Via della Ninna. There will be receptionists at the entrance door for anyone who may require assistance. There are also lifts at the beginning and end of the path, which lead to the Gallery.
"People with disabilities have the right to free access to all state museums by law, including the Uffizi Gallery. Access is a priority and is also valid for an accompanying person if provided for in the disability certificate."