How to book tickets Fortuny Museum and what to see

Mariano Fortuny | Museo Venezia

Fortuny Venezia @Fotografie di Massimo Listri


Booking Fortuny Museum Tickets is the first thing to do if you want to discover one of the most fascinating places in Venice.
By purchasing tickets for the Fortuny Museum in advance, you can walk through the rooms where Mariano and his wife created the most famous and important clothes and furnishings of the 20th century.

Here, then, is all the information you need to book Fortuny Museum tickets.

Fortuny Museum Tickets

Museo Fortuny | Venezia

Fortuny Venezia @Fotografie di Massimo Listri

When Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo first entered Palazzo Pesaro degli Orfei in 1898, the building was in a state of decay and decay.
Mariano, a Spanish artist and brilliant entrepreneur, was fascinated by it and took about ten years to restore it to its splendour.

Soon the palazzo, which became home and workshop for Mariano and his wife, became the salon of the Venetian and international cultural elite.
Buying Fortuny Museum tickets means having access to a world of textiles, art and fashion in your pocket.


Tickets to see the Fortuny Museum can be purchased in 2 ways:

1 – at the museum ticket office but at certain times of the year Venice is really taken by tourists. So don’t be surprised if you have to queue at the entrance;

2 – by booking online, choosing the day and time of entry and skipping the queue.
This way you will enter immediately at the time you set at the time of booking.
You can also book now using the calendar below.


Vaporetti From Piazzale Roma: Line 1 stop at Sant’Angelo
From Venice Santa Lucia Railway Station: Line 1 stop at Sant’Angelo From Lido di Venezia: Line 1 stop at Sant’Angelo


Daily except Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
last admission 4 p.m.


Full 10 euro
Reduced 7.50 euro

Reduced admission: children aged 6 to 14; students aged 15 to 25; visitors over 65; Rolling Venice Card holders; Ministry of Culture (MiC) personnel; ISIC – International Student Identity Card holders.

Free admission: Residents and people born in the Municipality of Venice; children from 0 to 5 years old; disabled people and accompanying person; tour guides licensed in Italy accompanying groups or individual visitors; teachers accompanying school groups, up to a maximum of 2 per group; ICOM members; ordinary MUVE partners; volunteers of the Civil Service of the Municipality of Venice; MUVE Friend Card holders; members of the association “Friends of Venetian Museums and Monuments”; holders of Art Pass Venice Foundation and Membership Card Venetian Heritage Foundation (valid for two people).

Family Offer: reduced ticket for all paying members, for families consisting of two adults and at least one child (up to 14 years of age)School Offer: 4.00 euro per person (valid for entry in the period from 1st September to 15th March): for classes of students of all levels accompanied by their teachers with a list of names filled in by the school. The school rate is also extended to any accompanying persons (up to a maximum of 2).


Thanks to a recent and important restoration and new layout of the museum, more than ninety per cent of the materials relating to Mariano Fortuny owned by the Venetian civic collections or held on loan, such as the precious antique textiles from the Venice Foundation, are all on display.
The visit is therefore an enthralling journey that combines the emotion of the house and the rooms he lived in, with themed rooms with a more museum-like flavour, and a section in which the objects and tools of Mariano’s innovative work are the protagonists.

To find out in detail which works and rooms are not to be missed, I suggest you read the post in which I recommend what to see at the Fortuny Museum.

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