The Jewish Museum of Venice believes that the sharing of stories builds a community. For 60 years now, we have done our best to be compelling narrators of Jewish history.
We are the guardians of an amazing cultural heritage where everyone can discover themselves in a millennial encounter with otherness.
JEWISH HOLIDAY CLOSURES
The Jewish Museum of Venice will be closed for Jewish holidays on:
September 7th and 8th (Rosh Hashanà)
September 16th (Kippur)
September 21st, 22nd, 28th, 29th (Sukkot)
On September 6th the museum will close at 3:30 pm (last tour in English at 2 pm
On september 15th the museum will close at 2 pm (last tour in English at 12 pm)
On september 20th and 27th the museum will close at 4 pm (last tour in English at 3 pm)
We wish you a happy, healthy and sweet new year!
Ghetto of Venice
What was Europe’s first ghetto is now a lively and popular district of the city where the religious and administrative institutions of the Jewish Community and its five synagogues still persist.More infos...
The Jewish Museum of Venice is a little but very rich museum founded in 1953 by the Jewish Community of Venice.More infos...
Built on the top floor of the pre-existing buildings in the Ghetto Novo are recognized with difficulty outside while inside are little jewels.More infos...
The Republic of Venice gave the Jews the possibility to create a cemetery of their own in 1386, giving them a non cultivated, piece of land in St. Nicholas of Lido.More infos...