Murano Glass Museum

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  • TELEFONO E FAX: 041739586


  • LOCATION: Fondamenta Marco Giustinian, 8, 30141 Venezia

An extraordinary collection of Murano glasses, from the Renaissance to the 18th century, is waiting for you at the Glass Museum of Venice.

The Murano Glass Museum, hosted in the ancient residence of the Bishops of Torcello, has been part of the Venice Civic Museum since 1923. In that year, its large collection of glass masterpieces has been enriched with glasses from the Correr, Cicogna and Molin collections which now represent some of the most beautiful pieces that you can admire in the museum. The collection on the first floor is displayed in a chronological order: in addition to an archeological section on the ground floor which include remarkable archeological finds of the roman times dating from the 1st to the 3rd century AD, there is the largest historical exposition of Murano glasses with relevant works which date from the 15th and the 20th century.  

How to get there:

From Piazzale Roma Line 4.1 or Line 4.2, or DM Museum Murano stop

From Venice Santa Lucia Railway Station Line 4.1 or Line 4.2 or DM Museum Murano stop

From Lido di Venezia Line 5.1 to Fondamenta Nuove stop, then change to Line 4.1, stop Murano Museum

Hours: Open Saturday and Sunday from 10.00 to 17.00

Ticket cost Full: € 10.00

Reduced: € 7.50 (Children from 6 to 14 years; students from 15 to 25 years; visitors over 65 years; staff of the Ministry for Goods and Activities Cultural (MiBAC); holders of Rolling Venice Card; holders of ISIC - International Student Identity Card)


Full: €12.00

Reduced: € 8.00



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