The Doge’s Palace
is the grandest of all Venetians Palaces, and for centuries the only building entitled to the name palazzo. The others were simply called Cà, short for “Casa”. For nearly of the millennium, until the fall of the Republic in 1797, the Doge’s Palace was the very nerve center of La Serenissima, the seat of its government and home to its rules, strategically situated on the lagoon at the point where Venice surveys the Adriatic.
The museum you selected is part of the St. Mark’s Square Museums in which you can enter only through a combined ticket.
This pass is valid for 3 months from the date of purchase and allows one entrance in each museum.
This pass allows you to visit, at an affordable price, all the following museums:
- Doge’s Palace
- Correr Museum
- National Archaeological Museum
- The Marciana Library (Library of Saint Mark)