St. Mark's Square Museums (Venice)

St. Mark's Square Museums (Venice)

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A masterpiece of Gothic Architecture, the Doge’s Palace is an accumulation of layer upon layer of construction and ornaments, including the original foundations, the 14th – 15th century structure, and remarkable additions from the Renaissance and Mannerist periods. The structure is divided in three blocks that incorporate previous constructions.

Opening hours: 8:30 am to 5:30 pm (between 1st of April and 1st of October until 7 pm)


The Correr Museum is laid out in various sections that offer fascinating insight into the Art and History of Venice. The first section includes the Napoleonic Wing itself, a 19th century palace for kings and emperors. Here the luxurious Neo-classical rooms house a noteworthy collection of works by the greatest sculptor of the age, Antonio Canova (1757-1822). 

Opening hours: 10 am to 5 pm (between 1st of April and 1st of October until 7 pm)


The National Archaeological Museum of Venice, in "Piazza S. Marco", is home to an important collection of ancient sculptures, including some significant original Greek sculptures. There are also bronzes, ceramics, gems and coins, as well as the archaeological collection from the Civic Correr Museum, which includes ancient Egyptian and Assyrian-Babylonian items.

Opening hours: 10 am to 5 pm (between 1st of April and 1st of October until 7 pm)


The library, by Jacopo Sansovino, was built and decorated to welcome the Greek and Latin codices donated to the Republic of Venice by Cardinal Bessarion in 1468. It contains precious manuscripts, like the Breviario Grimani from the 5th century and the World map of Fra Mauro, as well as ancient editions including those of Aldus Manutius.

Opening hours:  
Monday-Friday: 8 am to 5 pm
Saturday: 8 am to 1:30 pm
Sunday: closed

• Over 65 years old
• Students with a student card (15-25 years old)
• Children (6-14 years old)
• No tickets needed under 6 years old