Jewish Museum of Venice

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Access to the Jewish Museum of Venice

A map of this venue follows

A truly unmissable venue in the city for those who wish to discover the history of Jews in Venice

This a ‘dispersed museum’; a highly unusual urban architectural museum complex that includes the museum itself, the Ghetto, synagogues and an ancient cemetery. It contains a small but precious collection of artefacts related to the long history of the Jews in Venice. Thanks to guided tours (in Italian and English), you can visit three of the area’s five historic synagogues, located between the Ghetto Vecchio (Old Ghetto) and the Ghetto Nuovo (New Ghetto), and the Old Cemetery (16th-18th century) in San Nicolò del Lido.
Finally, to commemorate the tragedy of the Second World War, there is a bronze relief Holocaust Memorial in the Campo del Ghetto Nuovo.

Vaporetto lines:
Vaporetto lines 1-2 (San Marcuola-Ghetto stop) or lines 41-42-51-52 (Ponte delle Guglie-Ghetto stop).

GPS: 45.445, 12.32701
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Cannaregio, 2902/b


Museum:

From 1 June to 30 September: open Sun-Fri 10am-7pm;

From 1 October to 31 May: open Sun-Fri 10am-5.30pm.

Museum, synagogues and cemetery closed on Saturdays and on Jewish holidays, 25 December, 1 January, 1 May.


Full price ticket: €4;
Jewish Museum + guided tour of the synagogues: full price ticket €10.


Official website

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