Doge's Palace Reserved Entry - Admission ticket to 4 St Mark's MuseumsA single ticket valid for the Doge’s Palace and the combined itinerary of Museo Correr, Museo Archeologico Nazionale and Monumental Rooms of the (...)
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Visit: Doge's Palace, Piazza San Marco, 1, 30124 Venice Italy
A masterpiece of Gothic architecture, the Doge’s Palace is the heart and symbol of the city of Venice, the residence of the Doge and the seat of the Venetian Magistracies. Visitors to the Museum will discover the history and culture of the Venetian civilization, from its very origins: the early doges, the fourteenth-century architecture, the renovations by Doge Foscari and the fifteenth-century Palace, the fire in 1577, the prisons and the later seventeenth-century improvements, all the way to the fall of the Venetian Republic. The interiors, superbly decorated by legions of artists, with masterpieces by Titian, Veronese, Tiepolo and Tintoretto, provide an extraordinary visitor experience.
Duration: 2 hours
Visit: Museo Correr, Piazza San Marco San Marco 52, 30124 Venice Italy
The museum was founded around the collection that Teodoro Correr bequeathed to the city in 1830. The design and early construction of the Napoleonic Wing, which closes off St. Mark’s Square on the side opposite the Basilica, date back to the years in which Venice was part of the Kingdom of Italy (1806-1814) ruled by Napoleon.
Duration: 2 hours
Visit: Sale Monumentali della Libreria Sansoviniana, Piazzetta San Marco n.7, Venice Italy
The library, designed by Jacopo Sansovino, was built and decorated between 1537 and 1560 on commission by the Procuratori di San Marco, to offer a worthy home to the Greek and Latin codexes donated to the Republic of Venice by Cardinal Bessarione in 1468. Today, along with the Zecca, the former Mint that now houses the reading rooms, it is the monumental seat and part of the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, which preserves precious manuscripts such as the sixteenth-century Breviario Grimani and Fra Mauro’s Map of the world, as well as antique books, including those of Aldo Manuzio.
Duration: 1 hour
Visit: Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Venezia, Piazza San Marco 17 L'ingresso è dal Museo Correr- Piazza San Marco di fronte alla Basilica, 30124 Venice Italy
The National Archaeology Museum, one of the oldest public museums in Italy and in Europe, is home to an important collection of Greek and Roman sculptures, bronze objects and sculptures, ceramics, jewellery, coins, and a collection of Egyptian, Babylonian and Assyrian antiquities. Its origins date back to the legacy of Domenico Grimani and a donation by Giovanni Grimani who, respectively in 1523 and in 1587, bequeathed most of their collections of antiquities to the Serenissima Republic of Venice. These collections formed the nucleus of the Statuario Pubblico, a typical expression of Renaissance taste, established in 1596 by Frederick Contarini in the Anteroom of the Library of San Marco. Enriched by further donations in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the Museum, with the Library, was transferred in 1812 by Eugène de Beauharnais, Viceroy of Italy, to the Doge’s Palace.
Duration: 1 hour
FREE ENTRANCE for children aged from 0 to 5.
FAMILY OFFER [family members must visit each museum all together]
St. Mark's Square Museums: Reduced ticket (YOUTH rate) for all family paying members, for families of two adults and at least one child (up to 14).
Family with a child from 0 to 5 years old: free entrance for child and reduced tickets fot the other family paying members.
ENTRANCE TO DOGE'S PALACE: longer waiting times due to security checks
This ticket is valid for 3 months and grants one single admission to the Doge’s Palace and the combined itinerary.
- Visit the collections over days or weeks with a 3-month pass (grants 1 single admission per museum)
- Entry/Admission - Doge's Palace
- Entry/Admission - Museo Correr
- Entry/Admission - Sale Monumentali della Libreria Sansoviniana
- Entry/Admission - Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Venezia
What's NOT inside
- Non-exchangeable, non-refundable.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Near public transportation
- Most travelers can participate
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 99 travelers
Reviews & ratings Doge's Palace Reserved Entry - Admission ticket to 4 St Mark's Museums
"Easy entry to both Doge n Museu Correa ! Both places were very grAnd and lots of art pieces and paintings "
"I really enjoyed the visit, it makes bigger impression once you go inside than outside. Worth the money. The route is one way, you need to leave big backpacks in (...) "
"The Doge's Palace is very impressive and skipping any kind of line in hot and crowded Venice makes a huge difference. The other three museums as it turns out are (...) "
"We loved being able to get tickets quickly and guide ourselves. Hugely helpful. Tour guides were prompt. "
"Great to skip que in the height of cruise season. Highly recommend! This does allow access to prisons "
"If there is one palace you must see in your bucket list it has to be this one,Doges Palace is something else,the history the workmanship has to be seen to be (...) "
"A valuable insight into the history and culture of the Venetian Republic. The rooms were impressive and showed the wealth of Venice at that (...) "
"We bought a skip the line ticket that gave us entrance to 4 different attractions. The Doge was amazing. The rooms were huge and some ornate but the paintings and (...) "
"Unfortunately due to a plane delay we only had chance to visit the Doge's Palace and not the other museums, but it was well worth (...) "
"Interesting - magnificent - opulent - worth seeing. Dungeon/bridge of sighs were creepy. Went on our own with just a guide book. "