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Correr Museum | A Journey Through Venice’s Art and History 

Located within St. Mark’s Square, the Correr Museum is dedicated to the art and history of Venice. It houses artifacts from the city’s 1600-year-old past, such as paintings, documents, neoclassical sculptures, Greek & Roman statues, and musical instruments. Correr Museum tickets put you inside its neoclassical rooms decorated in the period’s opulent grandeur. 

Why Visit the Correr Museum?

Correr Museum
  • Understand Venetian Traditions: Peek inside the rooms to get a taste of the Venetian traditions, discover the most significant artworks, such as Princess Sissi
  • Historical Significance: Find evidence of events that shaped Venice’s past, including military prowess, artistic achievements, ancient traditions & customs, urban events, and more
  • See Famous Artworks: Witness some of the greatest artworks by powerhouse artists including Antonio Canova, Antonello da Messina, Carpaccio, Bellini, and many others.  
  • Peek into Venice’s Military Past: The museum holds relics of the Venetian Republic, such as model ships, maps, medallions, and weaponry.
  • Engaging Exhibitions: In addition to its permanent collections, the museum hosts temporary exhibitions throughout the year, exploring themes and stories from Venice’s past 

Which Correr Museum Ticket is Best for You?

Marciana Library Access

If You are Short on Time

Ticket type: Skip-the-line tickets 

Duration: 2-3 hours  

Doge’s Palace, Archaeological Museum & Marciana Library Access: Yes

Guide: No 

  • These entry tickets offer priority access, allowing you to bypass long queues. 
  • Enjoy fast-track access to the museum’s permanent exhibits. 
  • Explore the artworks, and artifacts at your own pace. 

Recommended Tour 

Venice 3-Museum Pass with Correr Museum & Doge’s Palace Skip-the-Line Tickets

Doge's palace

If You Want to Explore Beyond

Ticket Type: Combo tours 

Duration: 2-3 hours 

Doge’s Palace, Archaeological Museum & Marciana Library Access: Yes, but check the tickets to know which portions are included. 

Guide: Professional tour guide 

  • Access to special attractions like St. Mark’s Basilica, Ponte deo Sospiri, Doge’s Palace, and the Correr Museum; allowing you to dig deeper into their history and they are related to Venice’s heritage 
  • A professional guide will accompany you throughout the tour, elevating your experience with historical tidbits, and interesting facts  

Recommended Tour 

Guided Tour of St. Mark’s Basilica & Doge’s Palace with Museum Correr

What to See At the Correr Museum?

Empress Elisabeth’s Rooms

Start your Correr Museum’s itinerary with the Imperial Rooms of the Royal Palace, where the Empress of Austria, Elisabeth, better known as Sissi resided during her visits to Venice. Get a taste of the early 19th-century neoclassical, with opulent ballrooms, an ornate throne room, royal studies, chambers, and the boudoir. 

New Royal Rooms

Discover the rooms of the private apartments, which were once inhabited by the three royal houses throughout the 19th century and up to 1920 — Bonaparte, Habsburg, and Savoy. These apartments were designed at the time when Napolean was the ruler of Italy and housed Bonaparte’s court and his main chamber.  

Civiltà Veneziana

Visit the rooms where the principal magistrates of the Serenissima resided, in the quarters of the Procuratie Nuove, designed by the architect Vincenzo Scamozzi. Explore various aspects of the Venetian Civilization, from daily life to that of the institutions, from maritime expeditions to the city’s festivities.  

Picture Galleries

The picture galleries housed on the second floor, hold important masterpieces of Venetian art from its origins to the 16th century. Witness over 140 masterpieces from Gothic paintings of Paolo and Lorenzo Veneziano to 15th-century greats, Bellini, Messina, and Carpaccio. Notable works include “Crucifixion”, “Transfiguration of Christ”, and “Two Venetian Ladies”.

Neoclassical Rooms and Canova’s Collection

Finally, getting back to the first floor, you can admire the Neoclassical Rooms and Canova’s collection which has been recently restored. In the five new rooms of the Procuratie, you will find all the great works of the sculptor, Antonio Canova, revived back to their original neoclassical splendor, along with decorations of the entire Canova section.   

Plan Your Visit to the Correr Museum

Getting There
Correr Museum Timings

Open every day, 10 AM to 6 PM 

Last Admission: 5 PM 

Closed on: 25 December, 1 January

Special Evening Openings 

From 12 May to 30 September 2023, every Friday and Saturday, 1 June, 15 August, Open until 11 PM 

Last Admission: 10 PM 

Best Time to Visit: Expect fewer crowds in Venice during spring or fall, you can enjoy a tranquil experience. Visit the museum in the early hours, right after opening time, or in the late afternoon to avoid the rush in St. Mark’s Square.  

Train Venice

Address: San Marco, 52, 30124 Venezia VE, Italy 

Find on Map 

How to Reach? 

  • By Waterbus:
    From Piazzale Roma: Line 1, Vallaresso or San Zaccaria stop; Line 2, Giardinetti stop; Line 5.1 or Line 4.1, San Zaccaria stop
    From Lido di Venezia: Line 1, Vallaresso or San Zaccaria stop; Line 5.2, San Zaccaria stop
  • By Train:
    From Santa Lucia Railway Station: Line 1, Vallaresso or San Zaccaria stop; Line 2 Giardinetti stop; Line 5.1 or Line 4.1, San Zaccaria stop 
  • Information desk 
  • Cloakroom 
  • Washrooms 
  • Bookshop 
  • Museum Cafè 
  • Elevators 
  • Wheelchairs 
  • Baby Pit-stop (Dedicated room, for breastfeeding, and changing)
relax at restrooms
  • Correr Museum tickets allow entrance to Doge’s Palace, the National Archaeological Museum, and Marciana National Library.
  • Follow a modest dress code for entering the St. Mark’s Basilica; knees, thighs, and shoulders must be properly covered 
  • Wheelchair users can access the museum via elevator but must contact the museum in advance to arrange assistance.
  • Large trolleys & backpacks must be kept in the cloakroom at the entrance free of cost
  • Visitors can relax at restrooms and the cafe inside the museum 
Venice Restaurant

Places to eat inside the museum: 

  • Museo Correr Cafe: The cafe overlooks the bustling St. Mark’s Square, dine at the real “living room” of the Venetian Royalty, 1 min away 

Places to eat nearby: 

  • Canova Restaurant by Sadler: Upsale Venetian cuisine, dine at the opulent dining room of Luna Hotel Baglioni, 1 min away 
  • Il Calice: A quick grab & bite bistro, offering sandwiches, pizza, and other Venetian delicacies, 1 min away  
  • Bar Ristorante Piazza Ducale: Lively atmosphere, Venetian dishes paired with alcoholic beverages, 1 min away 
  • Chat Qui Rit | Ristorante Venezia Gourmet: Upscale Italian restaurant, serving fish & meat dishes paired with wines, 2 min away  
Hotel Room Stay
  • Budget
    Hotel San Moise, 4 min away; Locanda Antica Venezia, 2 min away 
  • Mid-Range
    Ca Dalisera B&B Venezia, 2 min away; Duodo Palace Hotel, 5 min away  
  • Luxury 
    Hotel Casanova, 1 min away; Hotel Saturnia & International Venezia, 4 min away 
The Rialto Bridge
  • St. Marks's Square: The biggest public square in Venice, St. Mark's Square houses the St. Marks's Basilica, 2 min away   
  • St. Mark's Campanile: It is the bell tower of St. Mark’s Basilica, standing at a height of 98.6 meters, 
  • St. Mark's Basilica: Once the private chapel of the Doge of Venice, St. Mark's Basilica served as the episcopal seat of the Patriarch of Venice, 3 min away  
  • Rialto Bridge: The oldest among the four bridges on Venice’s Grand Canal, 8 min away 
  • Fenice Opera House: One of the biggest opera houses in Italy, and the most famous one as well, 5 min away 

Beyond the Correr Museum

Doge’s Palace
National Archaeological Museum

National Archaeological Museum

Established in 1523, this museum holds a valuable collection of ancient sculptures. It also houses Egyptian, Assyrian, and Babylonian antiquities. Don't miss checking the items once acquired by well-known Venetian families on display. Those include musical instruments, ornaments, clothing & more. 

Marciana National Library

Marciana National Library

The library is famed in terms in terms of preserving the rarest Venetian editions of books, Greek pamphlets, and several other documents on the history of Venice. Marciana Library is now a literary hub for scholars worldwide and receives funding from renowned institutions. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Correr Museum Tickets

How much is a ticket to the Correr Museum?

Correr Museum tickets cost starts from € 30. This will provide you with skip-the-line access to the Museum Correr, along with access to Doge’s Palace, National Archaeological Museum, and Marciana Library.

How to book tickets to the Correr Museum?

You can purchase Correr Museum Tickets online or at the venue. It is advisable to buy tickets online, as it saves you the hassles of last-minute booking and risking tickets getting sold out.

Why should I book Correr Museum tickets online?

Buying Correr Museum Tickets online guarantees your entry to the museum and its other attractions. Especially in peak seasons, tickets can sell out weeks before you plan to visit. By buying it online, you can eliminate this hassle, and it is also easy to buy mobile tickets with instant confirmation & free cancellation.

Can I visit Doge’s Palace with Correr Museum tickets?

Yes, tickets to the Correr Museum also grant you access to the Doge’s Palace, the National Archaeological Museum, and the Marciana Library as well.

Can I get skip-the-line tickets for the Correr Museum?

Yes, you can get skip-the-line Correr Museum tickets which allows you to bypass the long queue at the entrance and get more time to explore the museum and its exhibits. 

Can I get a guided tour of the Correr Museum?

Yes, it is recommended to book a guided tour of the museum to get an in-depth understanding of the Venetian culture, history & heritage. Exploring the Correr Museum on your own can feel overwhelming for some, but the help of an experienced guide can prove helpful. 

What is the cancelation policy for Correr Museum tickets?

If you’re opting for skip-the-line access to Correr Museum, they cannot be canceled or rescheduled. However, if you’re looking for a guided tour or a combo tour, it is possible to cancel the booking up to 24 hours before the experience starts and get a full refund. 

What are Correr Museum's opening hours?

The museum is open daily from 10 AM to 6 PM (last admission at 5 PM).

How long does it take to complete the Correr Museum tour?

The amount of time taken to explore the museum collections greatly vary on how you want to proceed. If you’re a history buff, it can take anywhere between 3-4 hours. However, if you’re a casual visitor, it might take you around 2 hours. 

Is Correr Museum worth visiting?

Absolutely! Correr Museum is a must-visit for any curious traveler wanting to dive deeper into the rich history, art, and culture of Venice.