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Customer reviews for: Venice Academy tickets

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4.6 out of 5 stars from 35 customers. 14 of them wrote reviews:

5 stars
EB, United States
5th May 2019
Great experience!
5 stars
LH, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
15th Jun 2017
Made a big. difference having a prebooked ticket
5 stars
LN, Canada
29th May 2017
The Venice Academy was one of the most impressive art galleries we visited. Off course, this has much to do with the works of Michelangelo. We were very glad to have booked a tour (guide) while there.
5 stars
JS, United States
23rd Jan 2017
Really excellent. In the winter you have the whole place
5 stars
KA, Singapore
21st Nov 2016
Wonderful museum of Venetian art.
5 stars
VS, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
13th Jun 2016
A wonderful art gallery with helpful staff.
5 stars
AS, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
16th Apr 2015
Excellent venue - very interesting gallery.
5 stars
SF, United States
25th Feb 2015
The tour was excellent. We learned so much more then we would have without it and skipped the lines. We recommend it for anyone.
5 stars
DM, United States
30th Jan 2014
there was not a long line the day that we went but had there been these tickets would have been a lifesaver!!
4 stars
MP, Australia
16th Sep 2016
My friend found all the religions art a little daunting.
4 stars
KS, United States
13th Mar 2015
Very nice.
3 stars
SE, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
8th Feb 2017
We bought the guidebook which was helpful but there were almost no explanations in English (only one room). We realise that not everywhere must cater for English speakers but, even the details in Italian were only the name of the work and artist. It would be wonderful to have a more expansive description on the paintings. Nevertheless, an astonishing museum which shouldn't be missed.
2 stars
RZ, Canada
19th May 2017
Compare with Rome where I just showed my phone at the cash to print the tickets, in Venise I had to run after a printer to print the reservation before When you are on vacation is not so easy to find such a place
AT, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
16th Feb 2015
5 No problems

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Please note that in order to use your tickets you MUST be able to provide one of the following:

  • - Covid19 Green Pass certification (in digital or paper format) able to attest - together with a valid identity document - that they have received at least one dose of one of the vaccines authorized by the EMA or AIFA (Comirnaty by Pfizer-BioNtech, Vaxzevria by Astrazeneca, Janssen by Johnson & Johnson and Moderna)
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