Museo Correr

Museo Correr

Bookshop and cafeteria

Opened in Spring 2013 the new café in the Museo Correr, overlooking one of the most spectacular views of Venice on St. Mark’s Square, is now an ideal place to meet people.

Located on the first floor of the Royal Palace of Venice, in the reception area adjacent to the bookshop and the museum ticket office, the cafeteria is now open also to non-visitors, with the opening hours of the museum.

135 square meters in size, with furnishings inspired by the Empire style and richly decorated walls, its grotesques recall the atmosphere of the Imperial Apartments of the Royal Palace in Venice. The café seats up to 60 people with tables and comfortable small armchairs, making it an ideal place to relax after a visit to the Museum, but also a meeting point in the heart of Venice, with a unique view of the beautiful Church of San Marco. It is an authentic “living room” in Venice, now available not only for Civic Museum visitors, but also to all the citizens and tourists visiting the City, for a pleasant stay, a tasty Italian coffee, a lunch break in the sign of art.

The new cafeteria of the Museo Correr, managed by Ristoart, therefore becomes an ideal meeting place, in a welcoming environment where you can enjoy a pleasant break in one of the most representative places of the city.

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On the first floor of the Museo Correr, in the area near the museum ticket office, a Museum Store is waiting for you with books, guides and high-quality merchandising.

The stores at Venice’s Civic Museums have been given a brand-new look under the management of the international Museum Musei consortium, providing extensive spaces where visitors will find a host of ideas and quality products.

Much more than just bookshops, the stores are the perfect way to round off a visit to the museums. With an outstanding selection of books in different languages, guides, catalogues for temporary exhibitions, design objects, reproduction jewellery inspired by the pieces on display, prints, local crafts and jewellery by renowned designers, they provide visitors from around the world with fascinating products and mementoes of their visit.

The stores at Palazzo Ducale, Museo Correr, Ca’ Rezzonico, Ca’ Pesaro, Palazzo Fortuny, Palazzo Mocenigo, Museo di Storia Naturale, Museo del Vetro and Museo del Merletto reflect the unique nature and features of the individual museums, and their constantly expanding ranges set each one apart.

Plenty of space is given over to Venetian craftsmanship, with locally-sourced materials and one-off creations by local artisans and young artists.