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Florence Museum Timing and Tickets

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Staying in Florence from 9/26-29 and staying very near the Duomo. Would love to do Santa Croce, the Uffizi and the David in a day, but in what order?

Many on these forums have said the David has no crowds in the afternoon and Santa Croce is best in the morning.

So perhaps head to Santa Croce after breakfast, walk to the Uffizi for the late morning early afternoon and see the David in the late afternoon?

Also, what is the best way to acquire advanced tickets? Should I call all three museums and book over the phone?

Thanks for any help

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