The church known as Orsanmichele is located on a main thoroughfare in Florence. People walking past may notice statues of the patron saints of various guilds on the facades of the church. These statues are copies. To see the originals from the late 14th century, you need to visit the museum, which is tucked in behind the church. The museum is open on Monday, and admission is free. It’s well worth a visit, even though there are many steps to climb to gain access! As an added bonus, you’ll get some panoramic views of Florence through the windows on the top floor of the museum.