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Museo Civico Correr

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City museum and historical Risorgimento museum. Comprehensive overview of the old Venetian Serenissima Republic. Historical look at Venetian painting from its origins to today. A museum of art and of Venetian history, located in the Procuratie Nuove: on display are prints, drawings, paintings, documents, artefacts and mementos. Part of the city’s Correr Museum, the Museum of the Risorgimento was founded for educational purposes. It preserves documents, mementos, paintings and prints related to this period of Italian history. 

From 11 July 2012, after a more than 10 year restauration project, Imperial Apartments used by the Empress Sissi are opened to the public, enriching the Museum itinerary.
Princess Sissi sojourned for 38 days in the Imperial Apartments in the Royal Palace, in occasion of her first visit in Venice in 1856, the visit recalled in the fourth episode of the famous film by Ernest Mirischka. Then, Elisabeth chose Venice to live after the death of her daughter Sofia, between October 1861 and May 1862.

The nine rooms now opened to the public, give back to light decorations by Giuseppe Borsato, ornamentations by Giovanni Rossi, golden stuccos. New tapestries have been collocated in the rooms, close to the original ones, expressly realized and donated by Rubelli - Venice. To recall the original atmosphere, precious fittings dated to the Napoleonic period and in Imperial style have been collocated in the Apartments.

 

Address and Info

Address: Piazza San Marco, 52, 30124, Venezia

AreaVenezia, City Center, San Marco

Tel.: Call center 848082000 - only from abroad tel. 04142730892

Fax Number: (+39)0415200935

emailinfo@fmcvenezia.it

Webhttp://correr.visitmuve.it/

Information

Info on accessibility: Visitors are advised to phone in advance (041 5225625), to arrange the best means of access and to obtain the most suitable forms of assistance, as there are two lifts but rather small: the first one (cm 72x96) is located at the street number 52, but please note that there are four steps before the entrance, while the second one (cm 56x100) is at the street number 1221B, by the main entrance of the Museum. There is also a “trapper” seat with staff qualified to use it.

Fitted-up toilets on first floor. Tour for the visually impaired on the first floor, in a limited area.

Getting there: Line 1 or Line 2, Vallaresso or San Zaccaria stop; Line 5.1 or Line 4.1, San Zaccaria stop

Opening times: From 1 April to 31 October 10am-7pm. From 1 November to 31 March 10am-5pm. Last entrance one hour before closing time. Closed 25 December, 1 January

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Prices

Full price: 18 €

Reduced price: 11 €

Reduced price for: children E.U. aged 6 to 14;escorts (max. 2) for groups of children; students aged 15 to 29; escorts (max. 2) for groups of children or students; E.U. citizens over 65; staff of the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali; holders of the "Rolling Venice Card"

Free admission for: Venetian residents; children aged 0-5; disabled people with escort; authorised guides; interpreters accompanying groups; group-leaders (groups of at least 21 people with prior bookings); I.C.O.M. members(I.D. required)