House Museum Querini Stampalia - Entrance ticket


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When buying your tickets for the Querini Stampalia Foundation online, you will

  • Enter one of the best-preserved house-museums in Europe and immerse yourself in the life, style and traditions of one of the most important Venetian families.

  • Admire works by Canaletto, Tintoretto, Tiepolo, and many others, belonging to the Intesa San Paolo collection, permanently exhibited on the third floor.

  • Visit the elegant garden designed by Carlo Scarpa and discover more restoration works by great architects such as Mario Botta and Michele De Lucchi.


  • Choose the day of your visit and the number of tickets you need. The date you provide is only provisional, you can use the ticket on whichever day of your choice, provided it is within the opening hours of the Querini Stampalia Foundation.

  • Insert your personal details and check they are correct: once you proceed to payment, you cannot change or receive a refund for your payment.

  • Pay by credit card.
  • Download the voucher from the booking confirmation page or from the email you will receive after booking.

  • Present your voucher printed or on your smartphone at the ticket office to be turned into an entry ticket.
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  • Adult: €14.00

  • Concessions*: €10.00
    - Over 70s
    - University Students
    - Friends of Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana
    - Youth Card Cinema Card
    - CTS
    - FAI
    - Rolling Venice Card
    - Touring Club
    - Coop Alleanza 3.0 members
    - Ca 'Foscari Alumni
    - Auser members

  • Free*
    - Accredited journalists
    - Tourist guides with regional and national license
    - Icom members
    - Aica press
    - Children up to 18 years
    - People with disabilities + 1 companion
    - Friends of querini stampalia
    - Friends of the mart
    - Friends of the museum of modern art mario rimoldi
    - Owners of venezia unica city pass adult, junior, san marco
    - Employees of Intesa San Paolo
    - Residents in the municipality of venice (on sundays only).


The Museum, the Scarpa Area and garden, the Intesa Sanpaolo Collection and other temporary exhibitions are open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10.00 to 18.00. The ticket office closes at 17.30

NOTE: The ticket is open ended and therefore you can use it on a different day to the one you specified at the time of booking, as long as it is included in the opening days and hours of the Querini Stampalia Foundation museum in Venice.


The Querini Stampalia House Museum is located in Campo Santa Maria Formosa in Venice’s Castello district.

  • Arriving by train: it’s roughly a 30-minute walk from the train station.
  • Arriving by bus or car: it’s roughly a 30-minute walk from Piazzale Roma.
  • Arriving by water bus: from both the station and Piazzale Roma you can take lines 1 and 2 to the “Ponte di Rialto” stop, or lines 4.1, 4.2, 5.1, 5.2, 7, 20 to the “S. Zaccaria" stop.


The former home of the powerful Venetian Querini family, the Querini Stampalia Museum in Venice is one of the best-preserved house-museums in Europe and offers a precious testimony of the life, style and traditions of the elegant high society of the Serenissima.

Thanks to the many restorations carried out in the last century by great contemporary architects - Carlo Scarpa, Mario Botta and Michele de Lucchi - the palace today represents a door into the past of Venice but also into the present and the future: in addition to the house-museum, it also hosts events, concerts and exhibitions, works from the 19th and 20th centuries and works by young contemporary artists engaged in a 'dialogue' with the building itself.

Furthermore, the rich collections owned by Banca Intesa San Paolo, never showed before to the public, display works by Canaletto, Domenico Tintoretto, Tiepolo, Arturo Martini and Alberto Viani.

The visit to the Querini Stampalia Foundation should start from the second floor, where the paintings, period frames and historic furnishings, exhibited with the same care as in the original residence, will take you back in time. Among the masterpieces on display, you will admire Pietro Longhi’s paintings, the collection of Gabriel Bella, the famous Presentation of Jesus in the Temple by Giovanni Bellini and works by Palma il Vecchio, Palma il Giovane, Sebastiano Ricci and Giambattista Tiepolo.

The Intesa San Paolo collection is housed on the third floor, where the rooms of the new exhibition have been renovated by the multifaceted architect and designer Michele de Lucchi, author of the famous Tolomeo lamp and the spectacular project for the Bridge of Peace in Tbilisi. Furthermore, from the third floor you will enjoy a new, fascinating panoramic view over the rooftops of Venice and the splendid Basilica of Santa Maria Formosa.

The visit to Querini Stampalia cannot be considered complete without visiting the area designed by Carlo Scarpa between 1959 and 1963. A clean architectural vision, the materials used, the innovative idea of the garden and the wise use of water, which, as the tide rises, enters the room forming large mirrors on the floor, contribute to adding Scarpa's project to the history of architecture.

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