Venice Museums Tickets, Cards and Useful Links

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If you are looking for a page to access all the information about Museums Venice Tickets you are in the right place.

In this post I have collected the list of the Museums of Venice you absolutely must visit with all the information and links to book and visit the city.

Museums Venice Tickets


Doge’s Palace

The Doge’s Palace is the symbol of Venice.
A building that dates back to the 9th century but that preserves the traces of the long history of the city in its capitals, in its columns, in its decorations and in every hidden corner.
The palace we can admire today dates back to the 14th century and is connected to the Prigioni Nuove thanks to the famous Bridge of Sighs.
Check now in the calendar the availability on the days when you want to visit the Doge’s Palace.

Entering the Doge’s Palace means discovering the history of Venice and admiring some of its most important works.

St Mark’s Basilica

Next to the Doge’s Palace is the oldest church in Venice: St Mark’s Basilica.
There has always been a church on the site of St Mark’s Square, but when Venice became one of the most powerful cities in the world the building became a treasure trove of treasures and wonders.
Book entry to make sure you admire its mosaics, the Pala d’Oro and climb up to the terraces.

St Mark’s Basilica is the main church in Venice and one of the monuments that symbolise Italy in the world. Not visiting it at least once in your life is unforgivable!

Museum of 18th Century Venice – Ca’ Rezzonico

The city’s most important families contributed to the image of a sumptuous and opulent Venice by building spectacular palaces, and Ca’ Rezzonico is one of them.
The Museum currently presents the best that Venetian art was able to express in the eighteenth century with masterpieces by Canaletto, Pietro Longhi, Francesco Guardi and enriching itself with other art collections.
You can book your tickets now by selecting a date in the calendar below.


Visiting Ca’ Rezzonico means taking a trip back to the 18th century, the golden age of Venice.

Guggenheim Collection Venice

Peggy Guggenheim played an important role in the history of 20th-century art and was convinced that it was her duty to protect the art of her time.
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection holds the works she loved and collected in her house on the Grand Canal, a story you can read in the post Peggy Guggenheim a collection made with the heart. 

Peggy Guggenheim lived a life for art, discovered and supported many artists, was the friend and lover of the most important artists of the last century, and created the world’s most comprehensive and important collection of 20th century art.
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is a must-see!

Other museums to visit in Venice

Venice is a unique city full of spectacular museums.
Here are some other museums you should definitely visit in Venice.


Visiting Venice is wonderful, but it also means finding your way around the many museums and understanding how the public transport system works. In fact, in Venice you can only move around on foot or by boat.
Here are the cards and passes you need to visit Venice without any problems.

Venice Digital Pass

The key to accessing the most important places of art in Venice and to get around the city with peace of mind is called Venice Digital Pass.
The Pass to see St. Mark’s Basilica and its terraces, to enter the Doge’s Palace in Venice with an audio guide, to take a Gondola ride and to get a 10% discount on other museum tickets to see in the city.

The Venice Digital Pass is the card you must have if you have little time to visit the city, if you are going to Venice for a weekend or if you don’t want to waste time booking tickets for the most important museums.

Venice Public Transport Tickets (ACTV)

The best way to get around Venice is to use public transport, i.e. to get on the famous vaporetti (waterbuses), but if you are staying in Mestre, for example, you can also use public buses.
You can buy a single ticket valid for 24 hours, 48 hours, 72 hours or 7 days to use public transport in Venice, which will save you a lot of time and money.

The Venice Public Transport single ticket includes: unlimited use of public transport (vaporettos and ACTV buses) in the city of Venice; unlimited use of vaporettos and buses on the Lido, on the islands of the lagoon and on the mainland (Mestre, Marghera); unlimited use of trains in the municipality of Venice (only if you select the option 1 day ticket + Trenitalia).
Transport service to and from Marco Polo Airport is not included.
Airport-Venice Transfer and Gondola Ride Tickets
There are other ways to get around Venice.
There is the Transfer from the Airport to Venice, which is done by a special shipping company and then there is the classic Gondola ride.

You can’t leave Venice without taking a Gondola ride, which allows you to see the city exactly like Casanova.

Venice boat tours

You can’t visit the islands of Venice, such as Burano and Murano, or go to the Lido, where the beach is and where the Venice Film Festival takes place every year, without going by boat.
Here’s what you need to book to get around and discover Venice and its lagoon.

Now all you have to do is book your trip and go!

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