Museum Tickets Reservation

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With 5 simple steps you can buy tickets and visit the most important museums of Venice, without having to queue!

Doge's Palace – Museum Pass

Venice Museum Card

The Museum Pass is a card valid for all the Venice city museums subscripted to this service. It's valid 6 months and it allows one entrance to each museum. You can get it directly in the Doge's Palace.

The Museum Pass includes the following museums: Doge's Palace, Correr Museum, National Archeological Museum, Biblioteca Marciana, Ca' Rezzonico, Palazzo Mocenigo, Carlo Goldoni's House, Ca' Pesaro, International Gallery of Modern Art + Museum of Oriental Art, Museum of Glass (Murano), Lace Museum (Burano).

From €21,00 per person

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Doge's Palace: St. Mark's Square Museums

doges-palace-san-marco-veniceA masterpiece of Gothic Architecture, the Doge’s Palace is an accumulation of layer upon layer of building work and ornamentation, comprising the original foundations, the fourteenth/fifteenth-century structure, sizeable Renaissance additions and opulent Mannerist details.

The palace is made up of three main parts: the southern wing, the oldest one, where is the Sala del Maggior Consiglio (Room of the Major Council); the wing overlooking the square, the former palace of justice, which houses the Sala dello Scrutinio (Room of Polls); and the Renaissance wings, where were the residence of the Doge and many administrative offices.

Opening hours:
Nov 3 – May 31: 9 AM – 5 PM
Mar 22 – Nov 2: 9 AM – 7 PM

Price: from €4,00 per person

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Doge's Palace – Secret Itineraries

palacio-ducal-itinerarios-secretosNot accessible with the standard ticket, these tours take the visitor into the most secret and fascinating rooms in the Palace. The ticket includes the guided tour to the itineraries and also access (without a guide) to the rest of the Doge's Palace.

Tours are all with a specialised guide, for a minimum of 2 people and a maximum of 25; they start at fixed times according to the following schedule: Italian 9.30; 11.10, English: 9.55 10.45; 11.35, French 10.20; 12.00 (Visit at 10:45 is not available on August).

Price: from € 3,99 per person

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Clock Tower

Visite el Campanario. Compre un billete y visitelo sin hacer la fila!The Clock Tower is one of Venice's symbols, located over an arch that leads to the main shopping area of the city, the Mercerie. The tower and its big astronomic clock, masterwork of technology and engineering, constitute an essential part of Venice's image and for over 500 years it has beaten the flow of time and life of the city.

The holders of the Clock Tower ticket have free access to the Correr Musum, the National Archeological Museum and the Biblioteca Marciana.

Price: from €5,00 per person


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Ca' d'Oro - Galería Franchetti

Visit the Ca d'Oro and Franchetti Gallery. Buy your ticket and skip the line!

The Ca' d'Oro represents the most important and preserved example of gothic architecture – a style used in Venice in the 14th-15th centuries. The palace was built between 1421 and 1440 by Marino Contarini, a rich Venetian merchant. Other important architects took part in its erection, like Marco d'Amadio, Matteo Raverti and Bartolomeo Buon.

Opening hours: Mon 8.15 AM – 2 PM; Tue–Sun 8.15 AM – 7.15 PM (closed on Jan 1, May, 1, Dec 25)

Price: from €3,95 per person

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Academy Galleries

Visite la Galería de la Academia en Venecia. Compre su billete para visitar la galería, sin hacer cola!
The Academy Galleries are important collections of Venetian paintings from the 14th-18th centuries, which include masterpieces by famous artists like Bellini, Giorgione, Carpaccio, Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese and Tiepolo.

A number of art works was confiscated after the abolition of religious congregations. A selection of works was sent to the seat of central power in Paris to be exhibited at the Louvre.

The bond between the Academy Galleries and the city of Venice is very deep: its rooms host lots of works from churches and scuole, many of which are the only survivors from those churches destroyed during the Napoleonic period.

Opening hours: Mon 8.15 AM – 2 PM; Tue–Sun 8.15 AM – 9.15 PM
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