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Chiesa di San Vidal (Church)

Admission into the Chiesa di San Vidal is free when using the Venice City Pass Classic and Best and you save € 3.

Aussenansicht der als Konzertsaal genutzten Kirche Chiesa di San Vidal in Venedig

The Chiesa di San Vidal was built in 1084 as a church for Dosoduro and is currently used as a concert hall. This church does not hold mass and instead serves as a memorial for Duke Francesco Morosini. It is decorated with works by Pellegrini, Piazzetta, Carpaccio, and many other artists. Currently, the Chiesa di San Vidal holds chamber music ensembles (by Interpreti Venezia) on over 200 days every year, featuring pieces from famous composers like Bach and Vivaldi. 

Opening hours Chiesa di San Vidal

Mon–Sat: 9:30 – 6 pm
Sun: 10 – 6 pm  

The Chiesa di San Vidal is open from Monday to Saturday, from 9:30 am to 6 pm. On Sundays, the church is open from 10 am to 6 pm. 

Admission fee Chiesa di San Vidal

Adults: 3 €
Children (0–11 years old): Free

Admission into the Chiesa di San Vidal costs 3 Euros for adults, and children up to 11 years old are admitted for free.  

Tickets Chiesa di San Vidal

Academia: Line 1,2

Address Chiesa di San Vidal

Address:
Campiello S. Vidal
30124 San Marco, Venezia, Italy

Directions Chiesa di San Vidal

Academia: Line 1,2

Special terms and conditions Chiesa di San Vidal

When visiting the Chiesa di San Vidal, clothing that covers the shoulders and knees must be worn. Sleeveless tops, shorts, mini skirts, as well as hats are not allowed in the church.

Highlights Chiesa di San Vidal

  • Used as a concert hall 
  • Monument for Duke Francesco Morosini 
  • Works by many famous artists 

Attractions near Chiesa di San Vidal

After a visit to the Chiesa di San Vidal, you can quickly reach the Chiesa Maria del Giglio, which is also included in the Venice City Pass Classic and Best. Because the church is located on the Grande Canal, many palaces are located nearby, as well as (among other attractions) Cà Rezzonico, which is a museum about 18th century Venice. 

Don’t miss out on visiting the Chiesa di San Vidal, which you can visit for free when using the Venice City Pass Classic and Best.