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The Art of Glass: Explore the Museo del Vetro in Venice with the Venice City Pass

Receive free admission to the glass museum on Murano by using the Venice City Pass Complete and save € 10.

Exhibiton room of the glass museum on the island Murano Exhibiton room of the glass museum on the island Murano Exhibiton room of the glass museum on the island Murano

The Glass Museum on Murano, the heart of the glass industry, is located in the Palazzo Giustinian which was the former residence of Torcello’s bishop. The Museum was founded in 1961 and has been expanded through many donations from local glass makers. The museum and its exhibition objects from ancient Greek times to contemporary times will give you an overview of the production and history of glass. Here you can view glass objects made in Greece, antiques from the 20th century, contemporary models, and much more. The palace gardens are also worth a visit.

Opening hours Museo del Vetro

Daily 10am-5pm

Admission fee Museo del Vetro

Adults: 10 €
Children (6 – 14 years old): 7,50 €

The admission fee for adults for the Murano Glass Museum costs 10 Euros, and for children between 6 and 14 years old 7,50 €.  

Ticket Museo del Vetro

Your ticket into the glass museum is included in the Venice City Pass Complete. 

Address Museo del Vetro

Fondamenta Giustinian 8,
30121 Murano

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Directions Museo del Vetro

Museo Murano: Line 4.1, 4.2, 5.1

Special terms and conditions Museo del Vetro

Please be aware that bags and backpacks may be checked at the entrance of the museum. It is also requested that all bulky items be stored in the wardrobe. 

From 7 May to 29 September you can visit the following special exhibitions in the Museo del Vetro:
Tapio Wirkkala
Matthias Schaller. Leiermann  

Highlights Museo del Vetro

  • Exhibits from several centuries 
  • Glimpse into the production of glass 
  • Discover impressive designs 

Attractions near Museo del Vetro

On the island, the churches Chiesa die Maria e Donato and Chiesa di San Pietro Martire, as well as the Palazzo da Mula are located nearby the glass museum. 

Admire the art of glass blowing and get free admission into the glass museum by using the Venice City Pass

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