Jewish Museum

Venezia, Cannaregio 2902\b

  • Address: cannaregio 2902\b
  • E-Ticketing WWW:
  • E-Mail:
  • Phone#: 041 715359
  • Opening: From June 1st to September 30th: 10am-7pm. From october 1st to May 31th: 10am-5.30pm. The Museum, the Synagogues and the cemetery are closed on Saturday (Shabbat) and during Jewish festivities, January 1st, May 1st and december 25th.

    opening Times of the Museum
    From June 1st to September 30th 10am-7pm
    From october 1st to May 31st 10am-5.30pm

    Guided Tours to the Synagogues
    you can visit synagogues thanks to guided tours leaving every hour at the half past, in italian and english.
    opening time:
    each hour from 10.30am
    last guided tour from June 1st to September 30th at 5.30pm
    from october 1st to May 31st at 4.30pm

    it is possible, that the last tour of Friday afternoon can be reduced or cancelled for ritual reasons.
    With previous booking guided tours also in German, French, Hebrew and Spanish.

    Guided tours to the ancient Jewish cemetery
    Visits are possible with a previous booking.

    closing Time for the Museum, the Synagogues and cemetery
    The Museum, the Synagogues and the cemetery are closed on Saturday (Shabbat), during Jewish festivities, on december 25th , on January 1st and on May 1st.

  • Price: entrance to the Museum
    Full price: 4 €
    Reduced price: 3 €
    entrance to the Museum and Guided Tours to Synagogues
    Full price 10 €
    Reduced price 8 €
    The tickets only for the museum can be bought up to half an hour before its closing time.

    The tickets for the Guided Tours to the Synagogues can be bought until 4.30pm during winter time and until 5.30pm during summer time, except anticipated closing time on the occasion of jewish festivities.

    For Groups and classes, booking is required: tel. 041 715359
    Three synagogues can be visited through guided tours departing every hour, in italian and english.
    For further information on special offers, discounted admission and ticketing please visit the web site or contact the information office.

  • Transportation: Lines 1, 2, 3, 4.1, 4.2, 5.1, 5.2, n (stop Ferrovia)
    Lines 1, n (stop S. Marcuola)
    Lines 4.1, 4.2, 5.1, 5.2, a (stop Guglie)
In the heart of Ghetto, the Jewish Museum contains a precious collection of objects and decors, dresses and books from the XVI-XIX centuries, which recounts the daily and ritual life of the quarter and the story of the Jewish community of Venice, in its key role for the artistic and economic growth of the city. The itinerary continues with the guided visit of the synagogues (five out of the seven of the Ghetto), which, despite being hardly recognizable from the outside, on the inside are like small jewels.