St. Mark’s Bell Tower: Skip-the-Line Admission Ticket

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Skip the lines waiting to enter St. Mark’s Bell Tower in Venice and spend more time inside exploring the interior and admire the views over the city. See the tower’s 5 big bells and learn their function in the daily life of Venice in the past.

About this activity

  • Duration 35 minutes
  • Skip the ticket line
  • Printed or mobile voucher accepted
  • Instant confirmation
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Description

St. Mark’s Bell Tower overlooks the whole of Venice and its lagoon. When you climb to the top you’ll enjoy far-reaching views, nearly to the Dolomites on a particularly clear day.

Thanks to your skip-the-line ticket you won’t be waiting at the main entrance: You’ll be admitted to the Bell Tower through a special entrance. Choose the day and time you prefer from those available and be prepared to enjoy breathtaking views of Venice and its surroundings on a 35-minute visit.

You’ll learn about the tower’s role in history as well. In 1609 Galileo proved the effectiveness of his telescope right above St. Mark’s Bell Tower.

Each of the 5 large bells in its loggia had a precise role in the everyday routines of Venice. The Marangona is the only original surviving bell: It announced the beginning and end of the working days of the carpenters of the Venice Arsenal and the meetings of the Great Council. The Nona marks midday, the Trottiera informed nobles about the meetings of the Great Council, the Mezza Terza rang on the occasion of meetings of the Senate and the Malefico announced an execution.

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COVID-19 a Venezia

Informiamo che secondo le disposizioni del DPCM del 11/3/2020 che di fatto chiude in tutta italia musei, mostre, ristoranti ed impone molte altre restrizioni per contenere la diffusione del Covid-19. 

Le informazioni contenute nel nostro portale di informazione possono essere non corrette per quanto riguarda orari di apertura e mostre in corso. 

Gli eventi che sono programmati per dopo il 4 aprile al momento, fatto salvo ulteriori modifiche da parte del governo dovrebbero essere corretti. 

I Musei di Venezia, stanno comunque proseguendo la loro mission di diffondere cultura e di dare la possibilità di ammirarne le opere tramite canali social che vi faranno scoprire le bellezze in essi contenute

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