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...tion between the family and certain architects ... The Museum of the Medici Chapels and the Church of San ... ... . Access to the museum is located at the back of the Church of San Lorenzo, from piazza Madonna degli Aldobrandini. In the Medici Chapels, located behind the basilica of San Lorenzo, we can see the majesty of the work of Michelangelo. Besides its sculptures and architectural decorations, this museum also shows the Treasury of the Basilica of San Lorenzo in its reliquaries and liturgical objects, recognized as examples of the goldsmiths of the Renaissance and Baroque. History and description. Built by Michelange ... Medici Chapels Tickets - Florence Museums Tickets ... ... . History and description. Built by Michelangelo and Buontalenti between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, they are the mausoleum and burial place of the Medici family.. The New Sacristy (Sacrestia Nuova) and the Chapel of the Princes (Cappella del Principi) are the main rooms of the museum, and are accessible by a separate entrance at the back of the church of San Lorenzo. San Lorenzo is the burial place of the Medici family, in what are called the Medici Chapels which you enter into through the back of the church. The project of building a proper family mausoleum was conceived in 1520, when Cardinal Giulio de Medici, the future Pope Clemens VII, wished to build a place to house and glorify his ancestors. Behind the church of San Lorenzo, the Medici Chapels Museum consists of the Medici Crypt, the Chapel of the Princes and Michelangelo's New Sacristy. Along with the sculptural and architectural decorations, the museum displays the Treasure of the San Lorenzo Basilica: reliquaries and liturgical objects, great examples of Renaissance and Baroque goldsmith's art. The Medici Chapels become a State Museum in 1869. They were built in the 17th century and were obtained from some areas of the Church of San Lorenzo.. The Museum is formed by the New Sacristy, designed and conceived by Michelangelo in his sculptural furniture, which represents the purest expression of the genius of the artist and c...