Museum Pass Venice: skip the line ticket to the Doge's Palace and 11 more museums


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Why you should buy the Museum Pass Venice online?

  • With a single ticket you can visit the most beautiful museums in Venice (including the Doge's Palace, the Correr Museum, the Natural History Museum, the Glass Museum and the Lace Museum) at a very convenient price compared to the combination of the separate prices.

  • Present the Museum Pass directly at the entrance, skip the queue at the ticket office and have more time for your visits.

  • The Venice Museums Card is open-ended and valid for 6 months: you can plan your visits at your own pace depending on the time you have available and your interests.


  • Choose the day of your visit and the number of tickets. The date is not fixed, you can use the tickets on another date of your choice but within 6 months from the booking date.
  • Download the voucher from the booking confirmation page or from the email you will receive after booking.
  • The voucher, complete with an electronic ticket with BARCODE, will be valid as an actual entry ticket. Access the Museums through the fast lane called "PRE-PURCHASED TICKETS" and bring the barcode close to the optical reader placed at the entrance for direct access. Any waiting times are due to safety check.
  • Visit all the Civic Museums in Venice included in the Museum Pass (Doge's Palace, Correr Museum, National Archaeological Museum, Monumental Rooms of the Marciana National Library, Ca' Rezzonico, Carlo Goldoni House-Museum, Palazzo Mocenigo Museum, Ca' Pesaro, Natural History Museum, Glass Museum, Lace Museum, Fortuny Palace) within 6 months from the booking date on the voucher.

  • Cancellation policy: tickets cannot be changed or canceled and are non-refundable.
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Adult: € 43,00 (the price includes a €3.00 booking fee).
Concessions: € 23,50 children aged 6-14 years and over 65s (the price includes  a €1.50 booking fee).
Free: children up to 5 years old


The Museum Pass Venice is a combined ticket which includes admission to the Doge's Palace and all Venice’s Civic Museums. The Pass has a very convenient price compared to the purchase of the separate tickets and allows you to skip the line at the ticket office: present it at the entrance and you can begin your visit straight after.

The Skip-the-line Museum Pass includes 1 entry for each of these museums: Doge’s Palace, Correr Museum, National Archaeological Museum, Monumental Rooms of the Marciana National Library, Ca' Rezzonico, Carlo Goldoni's House-Museum, Palazzo Mocenigo Museum, Ca' Pesaro , Natural History Museum, Fortuny Palace, Glass Museum and Lace Museum. The St Mark’s Bell Tower is not included in the Museum Pass.


After the online purchase, enter in one of the 11 museums of the network through the fast lane called "PRE-PURCHASED TICKETS" and bring the barcode close to the optical reader placed at the entrance for direct access. You can visit the other museums included in the Museum Pass within 6 months of the date you chose when you booked: you have plenty of time to plan the visits according to your commitments and preferences.

The entrance to the Doge's Palace is valid only during the time slot 12 pm - 6 pm.


The ancient Doge’s home, the head of the Serenissima Republic, it is the most visited museum in Venice. Located in splendid St Mark’s Square, it is a true Venetian Gothic masterpiece with its elegant facades and refined interiors. It will leave you speechless especially for its poignant prisons that can be reached by crossing the famous Bridge of Sighs.

A must for those who want to rediscover the art, civilization and history of Venice. Included in the Museums of St Mark’s Square, the Correr Museum is housed in the Napoleonic Wing and a section of the Procuratie Nuove: inside you can admire a precious collection of works by Antonio Canova as well as important paintings and other precious works that document various aspects of Venice’s every day and political life.

The National Archaeological Museum of Venice houses important original finds, mainly of Greek-Roman age with part of the archaeological collection of the Correr Museum added to it boasting finds from the Neolithic and Bronze Age, Egyptian and Assyrian-Babylonian, Greek, Etruscan and Roman antiques.

A visit not to be missed, which will allow you to discover the beauty of the ancient St Mark’s Library, initially created by Jacopo Sansovino and later completed by Vincenzo Scamozzi. A museum with incredible historical and artistic value, enriched by the splendid Scala d’Onore, the Hall used as a Library, the Public Statuary housed in the ancient Vestibule and the rich interior decorations. 

Designed by Baldassarre Longhena and directly overlooking the Grand Canal, it is one of the most important buildings in Venice and one of the few that can currently be visited. Since 1936, Ca ’Rezzonico has been home to the Museum of 18th Century Venice: in its magnificent halls are numerous works from the 1700s, acquired over the years by various museums, paintings, furniture and frescoes from other Venetian buildings. .

Palazzo Centanni, located in the San Polo district, is the house in which Carlo Goldoni was born on 25 February 1707: built in Gothic style, it now houses a small museum dedicated to him, a small theater with 18th century original puppets and numerous Venetian theatre memorabilia. The museum installations enhance the architectural features of the building whilst engaging the public thanks to the use of retractable screens that project the works of the Venetian playwright. A harmonious blend of present and past, enriched by the presence of authentic manuscripts and theatrical studies kept in the Library of the museum. 

This splendid Venetian palace houses the Center of Studies on the History of Textiles and Costume, a fascinating journey that allows you to relive the history of fashion and elegance in Venice. On display are fabrics, clothes, accessories, garments and Burano lace items. Also noteworthy is the library with an exceptional collection of over 13,000 sketches dated between the 1700s and the 1900s.
Since 2013 the museum also showcases a rich section dedicated to perfume, made even more interesting by multimedia tools and sensory experiences.

This splendid masterpiece of Venetian Baroque overlooking the Grand Canal houses the Modern Art Gallery which exhibits masterpieces by Klimt, Kandinsky, Chagall and other great artists, and Venice’s Museum of Oriental Art, considered one of the most important exhibitions in Europe of art from the Far East. 

Included in the ticket of the Museum pass in Venezia, the Natural History Museum showcases a modern and interactive exhibition that allows you to appreciate the elegance of one of the oldest buildings in Venice, the Fontego dei Turchi. The original design, which boasts a state-of-the-art multimedia system, makes the museum very interesting for adults and very entertaining for the younger visitors who, in front of the 20-meter-long whale skeleton and the large dinosaur skeleton found during an expedition in Africa, will surely feel speechless!

PALAZZO FORTUNYThe house-museum of the eclectic Spanish artist Mariano Fortuny, with the paintings, photographs, sculptures, furnishing accessories created by him - including the iconic Delphos and Knossos dresses - will immerse you in the atmosphere of the parlors of the Parisian intellectuals from the early 1900s. The new staging of the exhibition is curated by the director and set designer Pier Luigi Pizzi.

The picturesque island of Murano is where the the Glass Museum is located, one of the most fascinating collections of the Civic Museums of Venice. The artifacts on display – valuable unique pieces including Roman finds, murrine and other works of art - will accompany you to discover the history of Murano glass, a tradition that has been handed down from generation to generation for centuries.

If you want to discover Venice’s ancient traditions, you can't fail to visit the Burano Lace Museum which is included in our ticket of Venice’s museums. A visit that will allow you to discover everything about this ancient art: the history, the processing techniques, precious artifacts dating back to the 16th century... and, last but not least, you can closely observe the precision and the incredible speed of the work of the lace makers.

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