Museo Correr

Museo Correr

For Adults

Guided tours

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Museo Correr

Splendors of the renaissance in Venice. Andrea schiavone among Parmigianino,Tintoretto and Titian

Temporary exhibition, Museo Correr, 28 November 2015 – 10 April 2016

The guided tour to this exhibition, the first in Venice to be dedicated entirely to Andrea Medolla (Zara, 1510/15 – Venice, 1565), allows to examine Schiavone’s work at a time when it is receiving renewed critical attention. Discover more about the exhibition project and the linked activities >

Period: 28 November 2015 – 10 April 2016
Length: 2 hours
Language: Italian or English

The Correr Wunderkammer: Venice from the Middle Ages to the Age of Canova

This interactive visit enables to discover the treasures and curiosities to be found in the sort of collections that were at the origin of all Venetian civic museums. The tour passes from the Neoclassical rooms (the new layout comprises a range of important works by Antonio Canova: marble statues, plaster casts, models, paintings and sketches) on to the various valuable collections that reflect just how cosmopolitan the city has been throughout its history. It ends with the picture gallery, one of the world’s richest and most evocative collections of Venetian painting from its beginnings right up to the early sixteenth century.

Period: from February 2016
Length: 2 hours
Language: Italian, English, French, Spanish or Russian.


 

The Doge’s Palace And The Museo Correr

From Doges to Emperors

From the Doge’s Palace – the heart of the Venetian Republic – to the nineteenth-century Royal Palace at the other end of St. Mark’s Square. The children not only experience the magnificence and splendour of these buildings but are offered the opportunity to make out the visible traces left by the complex and often dramatic historical development which occurred as the Venetian Republic ended and came under the dominion of Napoleonic France and then Habsburg Austria. At the same time, however, they see how Venice maintained its identity and the fundamentally Italian nature of its art. A single ticket for a truly “unique” visit.

Length: 2 hours 30 minutes
Language: Italian, English, French or Spanish.