Venice Museums Passes
Want to see the most famous museums of Venice with a single pass? Choose the museum pass that is right for you! The pass allows you to enter without standing in line at any time during museum opening hours. Please note that the pass can be used for 1 entrance only to each site and it is valid for 1 month from the chosen service date. Buy it now by completing the form below to see all of Venice's most important museums with one easy pass!
Looking to see the sights and museums of Venice? Choose the museum pass that is right for you!
- San Marco Square Pass: This pass includes the Doge's Palace, Museo Correr, Archaeological Museums and the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana. This pass is ideal for the traveler who only has a day or two to spend in Venice.
- Museums Pass: For the traveler who has more time to explore Venice's treasures, the Venice Museums Pass is the right choice. This pass includes all of the San Marco Museums plus the Murano Glass Factory, Burano Lace Factory, Ca'Rezzonico, Palazzo Mocenigo, Carlo Goldoni's house, Ca' Pesaro and the Museum of Natural History - 11 great museums in all!
Please find below a short description of each site:
- Doge's Palace
The official house of government throughout most of Venice's Ducal history, the Doge's Palace has both historical and artistic appeal. The rooms of the palace are decorated by Venetian artists, such as Titian, Tiepolo, Veronese and Tintoretto.
Please note that from February 4th until April 23rd, 2013, the 9 rooms comprising the Doge's apartment will be closed to the public to install the special exhibition "Manet. Return to Venice."
- Museo Correr
The museum of Venetian History includes displays collections of armory and Venice's Naval History. The Correr also houses an impressive collection of Canova's sculptures.
- Museo Archeologico
The Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Venezia houses one of the most important collections of ancient Greek sculpture, including the famed statue of Leda and the Swan. The museum also displays ceramics, bronzes, gems and coins.
- Monumental Rooms of the Biblioteca Marciana
The Biblioteca Marciana was designed by Jacopo Sansovia to house Greek and Latin codices donated to the Republic in 1468. The Monumental Rooms of the library now display the original edifice by Zecca, precious and rare manuscripts, and artwork by Tiziano, Veronese and Tintoretto.
- Ca Rezzonico
This palace along the Grand Canal features 18th century Venetian paintings, including works by Luonghi, Tiepolo and Canaletto.
- Palazzo Mocenigo
The palazzo at San Stae is dedicated to a collection of 18th century furnishings and painting, and houses the Center for Textiles and Costumes.
- House of Carlo Goldini
Birthplace of the famous poet, Carlo Goldini, the Palazzo Centani now displays Venetian theatrical memorabilia and is home of the puppet theater from Ca'Grimani ai Servi. The palazzo also houses a large library of theatrical manuscripts and materials.
- Ca' Pesaro International Gallery of Modern Art
Palazzo Pesaro exhibits collections of 19th and 20th century paintings and sculpture by artists such as Klimt, Chagall, Matisse, and Kandinsky.
- Murano Glass Museum
The Glass Museum, located in the Palazzo Giustiniani, displays both archaeological glass and a historical glass collection which shows the many eras of Murano glass production.
- Burano Lace Museum
Displays detail the evolution of Venice's famous lace-making school and feature examples of exceptional quality.
- Museum of Natural History
The palace of the Fontego dei Turchi, center of the Natural History Museum, was erected in the first half of the XIII century by the Pesaro family. The name is derived from the short period during which the building was the center of trade (Fontego = fondaco, warehouse) and diplomatic work between the Ottoman Empire and Venice.
Venice Museum Pass
Isaak (Marlboro, NJ United States)
We were only in Venice for two days. The Four Museums pass is sufficient. We did not have to wait...
You are allowed to visit each site once at any time during the activation period of your pass. The Pass includes...
Entrance to the Doge's Palace does not include the Secret Itineraries Tour, which must be reserved separately.
Children under the age of 5 do not require a ticket to enter any of the included sites. There is no discounted ticket for older children or seniors.