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Museo Correr is situated in the ex-Royal Palace in Piazza San Marco and includes the Napoleonic Wing and the Procuratie Nuove. It was created out of the art collection which Teodoro Correr left to the city in 1830 and offers various tours: from the...more
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20 euros admittance, but hold on to your ticket because it also give you entry to some of the other museums in the area, including the Doge's palace.
We spent much longer here than we anticipated, it's a large site with lots to see.
I didn't initially have this wonderful museum on my 'to-do' list when planning my Venice vacation. Happily, because it's part of the pass to the Doge's Palace and St Mark's we ended up spending a good amount of time in this gem of an institution....More
This museum is located in St. Mark's Square, marked by a banner in the NW corner. This museum, along with the Museo Archeologico, and Sale Monumental Biblioteca is housed together in the same building. All 3 museums are included in the Museum Pass. The collection...More
I only visited because it was part of the Palazzo Ducale admission. What a hidden treasure. The various rooms and exhibits goes on and on. Very interesting and I think I ended up spending more time there then at the Doge's Palace. You must make...More
This was one of the first museums we visited during our stay and glad that it was part of the Venice museum pass. As you need to be scanned to get access, I would suggest minimizing what you bring. The guards had people take everything...More
Not as famous as the Doge s Palace, this Museum has good stuff to show. Very nice mid 19th century rooms including great painted walls and ceilings.
The Library is rather disappointing due to the lack of....books!
Across the piazza from the frankly overdone Doge's Palace, the Correr Museum, new since 2012, is a treat. In addition to graceful marble statues by Antonio Canova, the Neoclassical Rooms displayed an elegant and restrained (almost) approach to furnishing and ornamentation, one of the best...More
This is a worthwhile stop while in Venice. The major problem we had was that we paid $470.00 for a private tour guide from Raphael Tours and Events but we waited in exactly the right place for 30 minutes after the tour was to start...More
A welcome relief from the crowds in San Marco. A journey through the art and history of Venezia. The triple ticket also includes entry to the Doges palace, though I did not have time to get there. I was deterred at first by the security...More
The most famous sestiere (district) in Venice has one of the world's most famous squares, St. Mark's (Piazza San Marco). Anchored on one end by the basilica, clustered around it are restaurants, museums, shops, orchestras playing in the square, pigeons, the grand pink Doge’s Palace (Palazzo Ducale), the soaring campanile bell tower, an astrological clock tower, plus gorgeous cafes and restaurants like Florian and
Quadri. Piazza San Marco is beloved by Venetians themselves. They book a table anytime, which offers a buffer from the fray. This grand outdoor drawing room attracts Venetians for a stroll too, especially late in the afternoon when the hoards of daytrippers thin out. It's simply a grand place to meet.
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Hi, don't be put off by the bad weather but do pack something warm and waterproof. There is a lot of walking to do in Venice so comfy footwear is a priority. The museum is interesting and nice and warm too. Be aware that out... More
Hi, don't be put off by the bad weather but do pack something warm and waterproof. There is a lot of walking to do in Venice so comfy footwear is a priority. The museum is interesting and nice and warm too. Be aware that out you visit the Doge's (which you should if you can) that it was very cold in there last week. Enjoy your visit.
puh, the ticket-situation in Venice is a bit obscure. There are so many proprietors......... The town-owned collections have a one-for-all-ticket. The church doesn't reduce, but there is a ticket for for some of them I can't... More
puh, the ticket-situation in Venice is a bit obscure. There are so many proprietors......... The town-owned collections have a one-for-all-ticket. The church doesn't reduce, but there is a ticket for for some of them I can't suggest.. The Italian state has recently abolished all reductions for seniors. Sometimes on sundays entrance is free. Stay in good mood falling into this surprise-party!