Museo Correr, Art and History of Venice in San Marco

by Giulia Minero
The Museo Correr in Venice

A highly central museum in the beating heart of the city hosting sculptures, paintings and masterpieces of Venetian art.

The museum is located in the old Royal Palace in St. Mark’s Square and includes the Napoleonic Wing and the Procuratie Nuove. Built to house Teodoro Correr’s collection, it features several exhibition spaces dedicated to the art and history of Venice. These include the neo-classical rooms housing sculptures by Antonio Canova, historic collections describing the changing cityscape of Venice and, finally, the pinacoteca, boasting important masterpieces of Venetian art from its origins to the 16th century.



Open daily
from 1st November to 31st March 10am-5pm
from 1st April to 31st October 10am-7pm

Tickets are available online on the official website and at the ticket office.

San Marco 52 (piazza San Marco)

Sestiere San Marco

WATER BOAT: Vaporetto line 1 (Vallaresso stop or, San Zaccaria stop), 2 (Giardinetti stop), 5.1 – 4.1 (San Zaccaria stop)

+39 041 2405211


GPS: 45.43353, 12.3372
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