Twenty-one museums, eleven territories

Choose the easiest way
to visit the museums
of the Empoli Valdelsa area

Purchase a combined ticket and organize your visit
with itineraries exploring the art, archaeology,
memory and science
of our territory

Purchase the MUDEV ticket

Start your visit


starting at 15 euros

What you will find

The MuDEV is a cultural network project that unites 11 Municipalities of Empolese Valdelsa. This is an area of 753 square kilometers in central Tuscany. To date, 21 museums make up the network.

This large open-air museum invites you to slow tourism; you can decide yourself how to tackle your own personal pathway, whether on foot, by bike, on horseback, in a camper van, on a motorbike or from a car seat with the window down.

The MUDEV ticket

Visits can be made with The Art Pilgrim’s Passport. By purchasing the unique ticket on Destination Florence, you will receive a voucher valid to receive the “passport” at the ticket offices; the Passport gives you the access to each of the 20 museums included, for a year (365 day from the date of purchase at the ticket offices): bring your voucher at the ticket offices and take your passport!

Museums included

Museo Leonardiano [Leonardo Museum], Vinci
Casa natale di Leonardo [Leonardo’s Birthplace], Vinci
Museo della Ceramica [Museum of ceramics], Montelupo Fiorentino
Museo Archeologico [Archaeological Museum], Montelupo Fiorentino
Casa del Pontormo [House oh Pontormo], Empoli
Museo della Collegiata [Collegiata Museum], Empoli
MUVE Museo del Vetro [The Glass Museum], Empoli
Casa di Boccaccio [House of Boccaccio], Certaldo
Palazzo Pretorio [Palazzo Pretorio], Certaldo
Museo del chiodo [Museum of Nails], Certaldo
Mostra permanente del vetro [Permanent Glassware Exhibition], Gambassi Terme
MuRe. Museo Remiero [Rowing Museum], Capraia e Limite
Museo d’Arte Sacra “Santa Verdiana” [Museum of Sacred Art], Castelfiorentino
BeGo. Museo Benozzo Gozzoli [Benozzo Gozzoli Museum], Castelfiorentino
MuMeLoc. Museo della Memoria Locale [The Museum of Local Memory], Cerreto Guidi
Museo Civico e Diocesano [Civic and Diocesan Museum], Fucecchio

Your visit does not end at the walls of the museum but continues into the unimaginably beautiful landscape, as one loses oneself among the gentle Florentine hills, perhaps to end the day by sitting at a table with a glass of good wine. We were inspired by the Via Francigena, the ancient pilgrimage route – which crosses a large section of the area – to offer paths to follow as a type of modern ‘pilgrim of art’.