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Museum Ebraico (jewish museum)

Visit the Jewish Museum Ebraico Museum for free with the Venice City Pass and save € 8. 

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The Ebracio Museum is located in the first Jewish neighborhood of Europe, and aims to educate its visitors about exciting information about Judaism. The first area you will encounter in the museum is dedicated to showcasing the life of the Jewish community.Visitors learn more about Jewish festivals, Jewish worship, and about life at home. The second area mainly focuses on Jewish history. Both areas are furnished with original furniture, textiles, manuscripts, and everyday objects, which mirror the life of the Jewish community.

Opening hours Ebraico Museum

June–September:
Mon–Sun: 10 am – 7 pm
Closed: Saturday

October–May:
Mon–Sun: 10 am – 5:30 pm
Closed: Saturday   

The Ebraico Museum is open from 10 am to 7 pm in the months between June and September, and is open from 10 am to 7:30 pm from October to May. The museum is closed all year round on Saturdays, as well as on 25 December, 1 January, 1 May, and on all Jewish holidays. 

Admission fee Ebraico Museum

Adults: 8 €
Children (0–5 years old): Free
Adults normally pay 8 €, and admission for children up to the age of 5 is free.  

Ticket Ebraico Museum

Admission into the Ebraico Museum is included in the Venice City Pass Starter, Classic and Best.

Address Ebraico Museum

Address:
Campo del Ghetto Novo Cannaregio 2902/b , 30121 Venezia

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Direction Ebraico Museum

S. Marcuola–Casino: Line 1,2
Guglie: Line 4.1, 4.2, 5.1, 5.2 

Special terms and conditions Ebraico Museum

Please be aware that the Ebraico Museum is closed on all Jewish holidays—therefore, please inform yourself if a Jewish holiday takes place on the day you wish to visit. The museum forbids visitors carrying suitcases, and security checks may generally take place at the entrance of the museum. 

Highlights Ebraico Museum

  • Located in the first Jewish neighborhood in Europe 
  • Exhibit about the lives of the Jewish community 
  • Comprehensive collection of objects, from textiles to manuscripts. 

Attractions near Ebraico Museum

The Ebraico Museum is located on the former Jewish ghetto of Venice. Here you will find many synagogues that you can visit.The Chabad Venice, a Jewish monument, can also be easily reached by foot from the museum.

Visit the Ebraico Museum for free and peruse its exhibit about the first Jewish ghetto using the Venice City Pass.