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The Correr Museum occupies the the south side of St Mark's Square in Venice, and offers a wide selection of artworks covering the history and masterpieces of Venice. Originally donated to the city by Teodoro Correr in 1830, the collections have since been expanded with important pieces from several famous Venetian families. The collections include portraits, maps, coins of the Venetian Republic and mediaeval armour and weaponry.

The Correr Museum is open seven days a week. The museum opens to the public as follows:

  • April to October, 10.00 AM to 5.00 PM
  • November to March, 10.30 AM to 5.00 PM
  • Closed Christmas day and New Year's Day.

Please note that a ticket purchased for the Museo Correr also gains you admission to the Doge's Palace, and vice-versa. It also covers all of the other museums in Piazza San Marco (Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Sale Monumentali della Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana). It does not cover the 'Secret Itineraries' tour.
You may visit at any time of day on the date of your booking. Tickets are fully inclusive and are all 'skip the line' tickets.

[Additional Correr Museum links]: Visitor information, Correr Museum location map, Google map


To reserve tickets for the Museo Correr, just fill out the booking form, supply us with credit card details, and we'll do the rest. There will be no charge whatsoever until we confirm your reservation. We'll then point you to our secure page, where you can print out your entry voucher. Print it out, take it with you to the museum and present it at the ticket desk ... they will swap it for your entry ticket. As simple as that!

Please also be prepared to show some ID - It is sometimes difficult for Italian officials to understand that not all countries require their citizens to carry ID cards, if indeed they are issued in said countries at all. You will often find that nothing other than a Passport or Driving Licence (with photograph) will suffice.

3.5 stars out of 5 from 4 ratings.

5 stars
MC, United States
17th Jun 2014
We spent several hours touring both the museum and the Doge Palace. The facilities were well maintained and the exhibits were very informative.
4 stars
MH, Canada
9th Oct 2014
The Correr Museum is wonderful and not visited enough by tourists, but that may a good thing. It was so pleasant to be in an uncrowded venue where it was possible to engage fully with the exhibits. The staff of the museum could improve their social skills, however, and give the impression that they are pleased to help tourists.