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Civic Museums in Venice Italy

The circuit of the Civic Museums of Venice includes an itinerary consisting of the Palazzo Ducale, the Clock Tower and the Correr Museum, Palazzo Fortuny and Palazzo Mocenigo, the Museums of Ca 'Pesaro and Ca' Rezzonico, the Museum of Natural History and Home Goldoni. In the islands in Murano the Glass Museum and in Burano the Lace Museum. They can also be visited with the MUSEUM PASS cumulative ticket (Torre dell'Orologio and Palazzo Fortuny are not included).
Doge's Palace's Museum Venice Doge's Palace's Museum - Saint Mark's Square, San Marco - Venice



Splendid example of Gothic civil architecture and at the same time of reuse of the ancient material provided by the many colonies of the Serenissima, as well as of Renaissance interventions such as the imposing Scala dei Giganti by Antonio Rizzo or the decorations of the Lombards. Summarizes a thousand years of history and was the seat of power as evidenced by the Sala del Maggior Consiglio, the Sala del Senato and the Sala del Collegio with the famous Tintoretto, Tiziano and Veronese. The dogali apartments and the prisons can also be visited.
Correr Museum Venice Correr Museum - Sain Mark's Square, San Marco - Venice



The Correr Museum is dedicated to Venice, its political and military history of the Maritime Republic and its presence in every field of art. Through the rooms of the Ala Napoleonica and the Procuratie Nuove, a path unfolds that rebounds from sculpture, navigation, and the trades of the past.
Ca' Rezzonico Museum Venice Ca' Rezzonico Museum - Dorsoduro 3136 - Venice

The Ca 'Rezzonico Museum on the Grand Canal, an example of Venetian monumental baroque, has on three floors a vast collection of paintings ranging from the fifteenth to the eighteenth century. In particular, you can admire paintings by Tintoretto, Longhi, Canaletto. The interiors of the palace frescoed by Tiepolo are not far behind.
Ca' Pesaro Museum Venice Ca' Pesaro Museum - Santa Croce 2076 - Venice

On three floors there is one of the most important art collections in the city: on the first floor the most important and conspicuous part with the exhibition of paintings and sculptures of the nineteenth and twentieth century both Italian and European; on the second floor, the space is dedicated to abstract installations of the last part of the twentieth century, and on the third floor there is a very important collection of oriental art.
Museo di Palazzo Mocenigo Venezia Mocenigo Palace Museum - Santa Croce 1992 - Venice

Headquarters of the History of Textile and Costume Center, offers a series of clothes and accessories of magnificent workmanship. In addition to the costumes also a recent section dedicated to perfume, its preparation and use in historical times in Venice. The rooms also feature precious rococo and neoclassical frescoes made in 1787 on the occasion of the marriage of a member of the Mocenigo family.
Museo di Palazzo Fortuny Venezia Fortuny Palace Museum - Campo San Beneto, San Marco, 3958 - Venice

The Civic Museum of Palazzo Fortuny is housed in the homonymous palace inside the San Marco district in a part of a poor tourist passage overlooking Campo San Beneto. It houses the collections that belonged to Mariano Fortuny who was an artist involved in painting, sculpture, lighting, theater, photography, textiles and fashion. The Museum is part of the circuit of the Venetian Civic Museums and organizes art exhibitions especially during the spring and autumn.
Natural Histoy Museum Venice Natural Histoy Museum - Fondaco dei Turchi, Santa Croce 1730 - Venice

An unmissable path to understand the history of evolution, from the creation of species to the appearance of man on earth. The exhibited collection is embellished by the presence of a dinosaur skeleton Ouranosaurus nigeriensis of 7 meters and that of a whale of 20 meters.
Casa Goldoni Museum Venice Casa Goldoni Museum - San Polo 2794 - Venice

Casa Goldoni, in the historic center of Venice, is located in Palazzo Centanni and houses, in addition to a rich Goldoni library available to scholars from around the world, also some rooms that recreate the theater of the great Venetian playwright with original eighteenth-century artifacts .
St Mark Moors' Clock Tower Museum Venice St Mark Moors' Clock Tower Museum - Saint Mark's Square - Venice

The Torre dell'Orologio Museum, also known as Torre dei Mori, is located at the entrance of Saint Mark's Square at the mouth of the important street known as Merceria for the distinctly commercial character that has always characterized it. Admission is limited to telephone booking only.
Murano Glass Museum Venice Murano Glass Museum - Fondamenta Marco Giustinian, 8 - Murano Venice

The Glass Museum is located in Murano, housed in the Palazzo dei Vescovi. It houses a rich collection of artefacts ranging from Roman times to the twentieth century. In a chronological and didactic path that reveals the techniques and the secrets and the evolutionary stages in the lagoon glass production.
Lace Museum of Burano Venice Lace Museum of Burano - Burano Island, Piazza Baldassarre Galuppi, 187 - Venice

The Lace Museum in Burano is housed in the Scuola dei Merletti open since 1872 by the will of Countess Andriana Marcello. The museum itinerary exhibits more than two hundred copies that once belonged to the historic School of Lace, but also gives the opportunity to visually appreciate the technique of making the famous Burano lace.


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