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.
THE GUIDED TOURS ARE AVAILABLE AGAIN!
Our new temporary location is in the Ghetto Vecchio, in Calle del Forno, where you will find the ticket office, the Alef bookshop and the Secret Garden of the Spanish Synagogue.
Guided tours in Italian start every hour from 10:30am to 4:30pm; guided tours in English start at 11am, 12pm, 2pm and 3pm. On Fridays the last tour in Italian is at 1.30pm, the last tour in English at 2pm.
The ticket includes the entrance to the garden and the guided tour to the Spanish synagogue and the Cohanim midrash.
THE PERMANENT EXHIBITION OF THE MUSEUM IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED FOR RESTORATION
The ticket office and the bookshop are open every day from 10am to 5:30pm except on Saturdays.
On Fridays closing time is anticipated at 3pm.
For information and reservations:
848.08.23.80 (Mondays to Fridays)
Ghetto of Venice
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