The Glass Slippers Masquerade Ball in Murano island
Why choose this experience?
|1||Take part in the famous Venetian Carnival.|
|2||Spend an unforgettable evening in a truly evocative location.|
|3||Because the Royal Dinner will be served in the wonderful Privè 'Sala delle Vetrate' next to Cinderella's Carriage.|
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This tour has been already booked by 12 people
Friday 17 February 2023Departure point:
Former Church of Santa Chiara – Fondamenta Manin, 1 – Murano
Once your booking has been confirmed, download the voucher that will also be sent to you via email. You will need to show it at the meeting point, either printed or on your smartphone.
- When booking, please inform us of any allergies or food intolerances by filling in the form in this link.
- Locate in advance the meeting point on the map to avoid arriving late especially in the event of strikes, demonstrations or bad weather: we cannot guarantee you any refund (in full or in part) if you do not present yourself at the meeting point at the specified time or if you decide to leave the experience before the end. If you need assistance, feel free to contact us at the emergency contacts shown in the reservation voucher.
- DRESS CODE: historical costume.
CANCELLATION POLICIES: If you cancel your reservation within 30 days of the event, you will be refunded the full amount paid.
In exceptional cases and/or reasons of force majeure (i.e. acts of nature, strikes, exceptional closures,serious unexpected events or health problems experienced by the person in charge with the service after which it is really impossible to find a substitute) the service you booked might be cancelled. If this should happen, you will be informed as soon as possible and, according to the type of service you booked, you will have the possibility to choose between postponing the service on the first date available or receiving a total refund of the price paid, if the cancellation policy of the service itself allows a refund.
The Venice Carnival has always been an extraordinary event you must take part in at least once in a lifetime. But if you're looking for something original and fascinating, 'The Glass Slippers Masquerade Ball' is the event for you! Come to the magical former Church of Santa Chiara in Murano, Friday 17th February 2023 for an unforgettable evening of good food, entertainment and fun where, of course, wearing a mask is a must!
Curious to know how the long night of the Venetian Carnival together with Cinderella will take place? Well, read on!
- Once you reach the former Church of Santa Chiara, an aperitif accompanied by a show of the Masters of Glassmakers who will create the glass slippers (that will be given to the most beautiful mask of the evening) will be welcoming you.
- The Gala Dinner will be served in the Privé 'Sala delle Vetrate' near Cinderella's fairy-tale carriage.
- After dinner, the night will begin thanks to artistic performances and international DJ sets that will keep you moving until 3.00 a.m., when this fantastic party will come to an end.
So what are you waiting for to book this fantastic event?
GOLDEN TICKET PRIVE'
time: 7.30 pm
Welcome aperitif with artistic performance
Glass Blowing Show
5-course Gala Dinner
Entertainment and artistic performance
Music and DJ set until 3 a.m.
Gift of the glass slippers to the most beautiful mask
Cost: € 580.00 per person
What do you think? An evocative setting, a good meal, music, masks, lots of fun... the ingredients for an unforgettable evening are all there! ‘The Glass Slippers Masquerade Ball’ is ready to welcome you on Friday 17th February 2023 at the former Church of Santa Chiara in Murano…don’t miss it!
In case of allergies, intolerances or special food habits, we kindly ask you to fill in the appropriate form by clicking here.
THE LOCATION: THE GLASS CATHEDRAL - SANTA CHIARA
Built even before the decree of the Doge in 1291, which forced all the glassmakers to move their workshops to the furnaces, the building - initially called Nicolò della Torre - from 1231 onwards was inhabited by a group of Augustinian monks and then, in the middle of the fourteenth century, by another group of Benedictine nuns who were displaced shortly after for their scandalous conduct. At that point the Franciscan nuns of Santa Chiara took over, whom the Church is named after. From 1826 onwards the building came into the hands of various entrepreneurs until in 1990 a fire caused the roof to collapse, an event that made the building inhabitable.
Fortunately, in 2012, the Belluardo family decided to bring the former church back to life. Such an enterprise was far from simple considering the state of complete abandonment it had fallen into. After extensive studies requiring the consultation of architecture and history, restoration work began and four years later the building was reopened not only as a gallery, but also as a location for events and lessons on glass blowing, an art that has always belonged to the island of Murano
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