Tiepolo 250: Ticket to visit Tiepolo's Places in Vicenza
Why buy the cumulative ticket for Tiepolo 250 on our website?
On the occasion of the 250th anniversary of Giambattista Tiepolo's death, you will visit with a single ticket, five wonderful sites in the Vicenza area that house his most significant works: Palazzo Chiericati, Palazzo Barbaran Da Porto – Palladio Museum, Villa Valmarana ai Nani, Villa Zileri Motterle and Villa Cordellina Lombardi.
You will be able to plan your visit to the various sites the way and when you want: our Tiepolo 250 entry ticket is open-dated and is valid until 31 May 2021, so you will have the opportunity to visit the five sections of the itinerary dedicated to the great Venetian artist, on different days during the entire period of validity.
You will save money: the Tiepolo 250 combined ticket will let you access the five sites on Tiepolo at a much more convenient price compared to when purchasing the separate entrance tickets.
- Choose the day of your visit and the number of tickets. The date is not fixed, therefore, if need to, you can use your ticket on another date of your choice, included in the validity period.
- Remember that you can visit the various sites included in the ticket also on different days, as long as they are included in the validity period.
- Enter your personal details and verify they are accurate. Once online payment has been completed, the booking cannot be changed nor canceled and tickets will not be reimbursed.
- Please pay by credit card.
- The voucher can be downloaded on the page of confirmation of your booking and will be also sent to you via email. Make sure you enter a valid e-mail address.
- The voucher you will receive at the end of the online booking must be presented at the ticket office of Villa Valmarana ai Nani or Villa Zileri Motterle printed on paper or as a digital document (pdf or other equivalent format) on mobile devices to be used as an entry ticket.
- PLEASE NOTE: The first entry must take place exclusively at Villa Valmarana or Villa Zileri Motterle.
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1) TIEPOLO 250 TICKET - PRICES
Adult: € 21.00
Young persons aged 12 to 24: € 17.00
- Children up to 11 years
- People with disabilities (carers with reduced ticket)
- Authorized tour guides
Before going to one of the places included in the ticket, we recommend you check the opening hours and days of each site on their relevant websites or on the official www.tiepolo250.it website.
2) TIEPOLO 250 TICKET - VISITING TIMES
- Villa Zileri Motterle
Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 17:00
Friday from 08:30 to 12:30
- Villa Cordellina Lombardi
From 1 April to 31 October:
Tuesday and Friday from 9.00 to 13.00
Wednesday to Sunday: from 9.00 to 13.00 and from 15.00 to 18.00
2 June: from 9.00 to 13.00
From 2 November to 31 March
The Villa is open by reservation only for groups.
Closed: every Monday, 1 May, 15 August and 1 November.
- Villa Valmarana ai Nani
Every day from 10.00 to 16.00
- Museo Civico di Palazzo Chiericati
Tuesday to Sunday from 9.00 to 17.00 (last admission 16.30)
Closed: every Monday, 25 December and 1 January
- Palazzo Barbaran Da Porto - Palladio Museum:
Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00 (last admission 17:30)
3) TIEPOLO 250 - Places of Tiepolo in Vicenza - ADDRESSES
Villa Zileri Motterle: Viale Zileri, 4/6, 36050 Monteviale (Vicenza)
Villa Cordellina Lombardi: Via Lovara, 36, 36075 Montecchio Maggiore-Alte Ceccato (Vicenza)
Villa Valmarana ai Nani: Via Dei Nani, 8, 36100 (Vicenza)
Museo Civico di Palazzo Chiericati: Piazza Matteotti, 37/39, 36100 (Vicenza)
Palladio Museum: Palazzo Barbaran da Porto, Contra 'Porti, 11, 36100 (Vicenza)
4) TIEPOLO 250: A SINGLE TICKET TO TIEPOLO'S SITES IN VICENZA!
Tiepolo 250 is a project born as a tribute to Giambattista Tiepolo, one of the greatest artists of the 18th century in Venice, on the occasion of the 250th anniversary of his death.
This project, strongly desired and organized by the city of Vicenza, where the artist was particularly prolific, offers an interesting cultural and artistic journey covering the places that preserve the greatest and most surprising masterpieces by Tiepolo: it starts from the historic center of the city with three works housed in the Museum of Palazzo Chiericati and seven frescoes at Palazzo Barbaran Da Porto – Palladio Museum,and then continues in the hills of Vicenza with Villa Valmarana ai Nani which boasts thirteen entirely frescoed rooms. Next is Villa Zileri Motterle on the outskirts of Vicenza, where twelve frescoes decorate the central part and finally, at the foothills of the Berici Hills, you can admire the hall of honor of Villa Cordellina Lombardi made magnificent by the brush strokes of the great Venetian artist.
A journey between the life and works of a great artist who today, 250 years after his death, is still capable of amazing us for his artistic ability, his original and eclectic abilities, his great works in which colors and representations, whether sacred or profane, leave anyone admiring them with no words.
But now let's see together some more details about the 5 places included in the online ticket of Tiepolo 250:
Villa Zileri Motterle
Villa Zileri is a monumental complex of precious artistic and architectural value, embraced by a vast and luxuriant park, not far from the city of Vicenza. Of particular interest is the hall of honor of the main building decorated with a cycle of frescoes created by Giambattista Tiepolo in the early eighteenth century.
Villa Cordellina Lombardi
Villa Cordellina Lombardi in Montecchio Maggiore is the rappresentative office of the Province of Vicenza. The building was designed by the Venetian architect Giorgio Massari who took inspiration from Palladio’s styles. In 1743 Giambattista Tiepolo began working on the frescoes of the main hall of the villa with cycles inspired by the glories of Scipio the African and Alexander the Great.
Villa Valmarana ai Nani
Villa Valmarana ai Nani is universally considered the top expression of eighteenth-century painting and the highest testimony of the artistic talent of the Tiepolos. In fact, here, in 1757, Giambattista and his son Giandomenico produced the frescoes of the rooms of the Palazzina and the Foresteria. The unique name of the Villa derives from the presence of the stone statues of dwarves placed along the wall surrounding the property.
Designed in 1550 by Andrea Palladio for Girolamo Chiericati, the building was completed at the end of the 17th century according to the original design. The Palazzo was acquired by the Municipality of Vicenza in 1839 and inaugurated in 1855 as a Civic Museum. Today it houses the municipal collections of paintings, drawings, sculptures and applied arts from the twelfth to the twentieth century, including several masterpieces of Venetian and Italian painting.
Palazzo Barbaran da Porto - Palladio Museum
The Palladio Museum is located inside the historic Barbaran da Porto palace in Vicenza and is the only building by Palladio completed when the architect was still alive. Here there are seven magnificent works by Giandomenico Tiepolo for which he adopts a refined language, a re-edition in painting of Palladio's ancient theater, completely different from the playful and rural one used for Villa Valmarana ai Nani.