Cenacolo of Sant'Apollonia
The museum occupies part of the former monastery of the Benedictines of Saint Apollonia and houses detached frescoes and sinopie by Andrea del Castagno and 15th-century works from the monastery. On the end wall of the refectory is a fresco of the Last Supper by Andrea del Castagno and, above, a Resurrection, a Crucifixion and a Deposition dating to 1447.
Place: Via XXVII Aprile, 1, Firenze
Price: Free entrance
For free: Yes
Accessibility for the disabled: Partly accessible
Details about accessibility: Rise of 7 cm/2,7 inch at the entrance, no ramp available. The door has to be pushed and is a bit heavy. The interior is accessible. Equipped toilets are available.
Management of the museum: State museums
How to get there: Historical centre
Phone number: +39 055 2388607
Monday-Sunday 8:15am-1:50pm. Closed: on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Saturday and Sunday of the month, January 1, May 1 and Christmas Day.
From March to June 2017, on Wednesday afternoon, the Cenacolo will be exceptionally open from 3pm to 5pm on:
March 1,8,15,22 and 29,
May 17,24 and 31,
June 7,14 and 21, 2017.
At 4pm there will be a free guided visit thanks to the staff of the San Marco Museum.
Firenze Card: Yes
Patrimonio UNESCO: No
Audio guide: No
Museum guidebook: Yes
Temporary exhibitions: No
Guided tours: Yes
Activities and routes for children: No
Booking service: No
Botanical Peculiarities: No
Historical characters: No
Ville Giardini App: No