Museo Archeologico, Venice

Museum in Venice

Piazza San Marco, Museo Archeologico Nazionale
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The Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Venezia or National Archaeological Museum  is a museum located right on Piazza San Marco in Venice.

The National Archaeological Museum was established in 1523 by Cardinal Domenico Grimani. This Museum has a great collection of Greek and Roman sculptures, ceramics, coins and stones dating back as far as the 1st Century B.C. Some of the archeological collections from the Correr Museum are also housed here.

The National Archaeological Museum of Venice, in Piazza S. Marco, is home to an important collection of ancient sculptures, including some notable Greek originals; there are also bronzes, ceramics, gems and coins, as well as the archaeological collection deposited by the Correr Civic Museum, which also includes Egyptian and Assyrian-Babylonian antiquities.

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Visiting Museo Archeologico, Venice


10am-7pm Apr-Oct, to 5pm Nov-Mar


adult/reduced incl Palazzo Ducale €20/13, with Museum Pass free

Address: Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Venezia, Piazza San Marco, Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy
Duration: 1 hours
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