The Doge Palace

Located in Venice in Piazza San Marco, the Palazzo Ducale di Venezia is a masterpiece of Gothic art. The symbolic place of the city is formed by three large buildings that have incorporated and unified previous buildings. It is composed of the wing towards the San Marco basin which contains the Sala del Maggior Consiglio; the wing towards the Piazza, formerly Palazzo di Giustizia, with the Sala dello Scrutinio; on the opposite side, the Renaissance wing, with the residence of the doge and many government offices.
The entrance to the Palazzo Ducale public is the Porta del Frumento, which opens under the portico of the fourteenth-century façade overlooking the San Marco basin.

Opening Hours 8.30 - 17.30 last admission 4.30pm
From April 1st 8.30am - 7.00pm last admission at 6pm

Museo Correr

Piazza San Marco Porta del Frumento, Ala Napoleonica
Located in Venice in Piazza San Marco, the Museum has been hosted since 1922 in the spaces of the Napoleonic Wing and part of the Procuratie Nuove. You can admire and appreciate the Royal Palace, the Neoclassical rooms, the Canova's drawings and the history of Venice.
The Museum takes its name from Teodoro Correr, a nobleman of an ancient Venetian family, an attentive and passionate collector. On his death in 1830, he donated his art collection to the city. In the "three rooms and about twenty rooms" of his house are found "scattered and partly distributed manuscripts, prints, paintings, books, branches, woods, silver, ivories, seals, with weapons, antiquities, objects of natural history and numismatics "as stated in the words of the testament.
Opening Hours 10am - 5pm, last admission at 4pm

Museo Archeologico Nazionale

Piazza San Marco Porta del Frumento, Ala Napoleonica
Located in Venice in Piazza San Marco, the Archaeological Museum of Venice is on the first floor of the Procuratie Nuove, between the Correr Museum and the Monumental Halls of the Marciana Library. It houses important original finds, mainly from the Greco-Roman period.
Opening Hours:
From March 26th to November 1st: 10 am-7pm
From 2 November to 25 March: 10 am-5pm
Closures: December 25th and January 1st

Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana

Piazza San Marco Venezia
The Monumental Halls of the Marciana Library are now part of the Marciana National Library in Venice. The salon is decorated with paintings by Tiziano, Tintoretto, Veronese and other Renaissance painters.
Opening Hours:
from April 1st to October 31st: 10.00am - 7.00pm
from 1 November to 31 March: 10 am-5pm (admission from the Correr Museum)
Closures: December 25th and January 1st

Ca' Rezzonico

Dorsoduro 3136 Venezia
The building that now houses the Museum of Venetian 700 is built by the will of the Bon family, an exponent of the ancient Venetian nobility. In the mid-seventeenth century they entrusted its execution to the most famous architect of the period: Baldassarre Longhena, to whom we also owe the construction of Ca 'Pesaro and the Basilica della Salute.
The result is an extraordinary environmental museum in whose rooms we can see works of one of the most fortunate periods of European art, together with the richness and splendor of an 18th-century Venetian villa.
Opening Hours: 10 am - 5 pm Last admission at 4 pm closed on Tuesdays

Ca' Pesaro

Santa Croce 2070 Venezia
Headquarter of the International Gallery of Modern Art, the marvelous palace was built in the second half of the seventeenth century, by the will of the noble and rich Pesaro family, designed by the greatest architect of the Venetian Baroque, Baldassare Longhena.
Opening Hours: 10 am - 5 pm last admission at 4 pm Closed on Mondays

Museo del Vetro

Fondamenta Giustinian 8, Murano
The Glass Museum was founded in 1861 on the initiative of Antonio Colleoni, then mayor of Murano and Abbot Vincenzo Zanetti, with the idea of establishing an archive of testimonies on the history of glassmaking and the life of the island.
Opening Hours: from November 1st to March 31st 10.00am - 5.00pm
from April 1st to October 31st 10.00am - 6.00pm

Museo di Storia Naturale

Santa Croce 1730 Venezia
The Fontego dei Turchi, a typical example of a casa-fondaco (in Venetian "fontego") from the early Middle Ages, was erected by the noble Pesaro family in the first half of the 13th century.
The ground floor of the Museum of Natural History of Venice houses two exhibition halls: the Cetacean gallery, the Tegnue aquarium. On the second floor there are three sections that could be considered as museums within the museum.
From November 1st to May 31st: Tuesday to Friday 9am - 5pm / Saturday and Sunday 10am - 6pm
From 1 June to 31 October: 10 am - 6 pm
Closed every Monday, December 25th, January 1st, May 1st

Palazzo Mocenigo

Santa Croce 1992 –Venezia
House of the Mocenigo family until recently, the palace preserves on the first floor the noble frescoes and furnishings of rococo or neoclassical style dating back to the second half of the eighteenth century. Particularly noteworthy are the frescoes on the ceilings and also the doors in briar and the carved and gilded wooden frames.
Currently it is Museum of Textiles and Costume with the paths dedicated to the perfume.
Opening Hours: From November 1st to March 31st 10.00am - 4.00pm
From 1 April to 31 October 10.00 - 17.00
Closed on Monday, December 25th, January 1st, May 1st

Lace Museum

Piazza Galuppi 187, Burano
The museum has been open since 1981 and is housed in the spaces of the historic Scuola dei Merletti of Burano, founded in 1872 by the Countess Andriana Marcello to recover and revive a centuries-old tradition. The museum is located in the historic palace of the Podestà of Torcello, in Piazza Galuppi. Rare and precious pieces offer a complete overview of the history and art of Venetian and lagoon laces, from the origins to the present day.
Opening Hours:
from 1 November to 31 March 10.00 - 17.00
from April 1st to October 31st 10.00am - 6.00pm
Closed on Monday, December 25th, January 1st, May 1st
Guided tours on reservation.

Clock Tower

Piazza San Marco, 147 Venezia
The Tower of the Moors is one of the most famous architectural landmarks in Venice: it overlooks the triumphal arch of the city's neuralgic shopping street, the ancient Merceria. Its great astronomical clock, a masterpiece of technique and engineering, marks, for exactly five hundred years, the life, the history and the continuous flow of time of Venice and the Venetians.

Campanile di San Marco

Piazza San Marco Venezia
The bell tower of San Marco is an imposing tower with a square plan, about 99 meters high including the crowning cusp. Prototype of all the lagoon bell towers, formerly lighthouse of sailors. Of the five original bells remains only the largest. From the bell tower you can see from above the marvelous panorama of the city and the lagoon.

Guggenheim Collection

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is among the most important museums in Italy for European and American art of the first half of the 20th century. It is located in Peggy Guggenheim's former home, Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, on the Grand Canal in Venice between the Accademia and the Basilica della Salute, an "unfinished" 18th century Palace.

The Gran Teatro la Fenice

Visit The Fenice Theater is definitely an experience not to be missed. The Sala Teatrale, the Foyer, the Sale Apollinee, their stuccos and gold put visitors in a magical atmosphere and allow, retracing the history from its origins to our days, to discover the secrets of the theater and its protagonists.