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Museo Correr, Venice
Categories: Art Museums, Libraries, Traveler Resources, Museums
Learn about the art and history of Venice at Museo Correr. In the museum’s St. Mark’s Square location, inside what was once a royal palace, walk through the Neoclassical rooms to see sculptures and historical collections detailing the city’s institutions and urban life. Inside the picture gallery, see works by artists such as Lorenzo Veneziano, the Bellini family, Carpaccio, Antonello da Messina, and Lorenzo Lotto. The antiquities exhibit houses an assortment of artifacts, such as Egyptian mummies, antique books, and ancient coins. Visit rotating exhibits covering a range of artistic movements. Make Museo Correr a centerpiece of your Venice vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Venice vacation builder.
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Musée peu connu et où il n'y a pas la foule alors qu'il se trouve sur la piazza San Marco. Une très belle exposition à voir en ce momentLittle-known Museum and where there is not the crowd while he sits on the piazza San Marco. A beautiful exhibition to see right nowshow original
Huge museum that we could not see everything in too much detail because we were on a timed schedule, but different pieces of art that showcases the history of Venice!
We spent 4 days in Venice; visiting the majority of the main “tourist attractions” and found them all to be excellent. This museum is (by far) the worst. It's like a museum from 30 years ago, a huge n... read more »
A very good museum that provided a quality perspective of Venice/Italy history. Venice/Italy's history expands over a very long timeline and is represented well throughout the museums two floors. There are not many technical/media presentation for children in the first floor; parents please be cautious of the fact.
Do yourself a favour go inside, and see a little bit of Venetian History. ALSO go to Doges Palace... but get your ticket here to avoid the que.
So much to see here! It is included in the Doges Palace and after wandering around there we figured we would take a look. The collection is HUGE. You know that building to your left as your walking in the Piazza, that is the museum. All those rooms on the second floor. It is packed with interesting things and neat stuff. Look over what catches your eye and skip stuff that does not. One of the best finds here was the cafeteria of all things. After the palace and then the museum, we were thirsty and hungry. Sit down service in comfortable chairs overlooking Piazza San Marco. There was a sandwich drink combo that hit the spot for 10 Euro each. There was espresso and sweets also if you did not want a meal.
It's a beautiful museum and there are some Canova masterpieces in it.
I like too much Italy...Most beautuful country in the world...Just like haven..
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