Museum Tour of the islands Murano glass museum, Burano lace museum

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Visit the museums of the islands, organize your tour by purchasing the entrance ticket to the Museum of Glass in Murano and Burano Lace Museum.

With this package you can easily move with public transport and plan your visit to the two beautiful islands of the Venice lagoon

Free entry to:

  • The Murano Glass Museum
  • The Lace Museum of Burano
  • ACTV public transport ticket valid for 24 hours

You will receive within 24 hours from the confirmation of the entrance fee to the museums and the voucher to be changed to the automatic public transport funds. Tickets are not refundable. entrance tickets to museums are for just one entrance.


This excursion among the islands of the Venetian lagoon allows you to visit two of the most fascinating islands of Venice. Murano and Burano
Thanks to the ACTV 24ore transport ticket you can move in peace between the islands and with the entrance ticket to the Museums visit two excellences of the Venetian production
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– The Murano Glass Museum
On the island of Murano, the museum is housed in the noble Palazzo Giustinian, formerly the seat of the Bishops of Torcello. The collections are ordered chronologically: in addition to the archaeological section, which includes significant Roman finds between the first and third centuries after Christ, there is the largest historical review of Murano glass, with important pieces produced between the fifteenth and the twentieth century, between whose masterpieces of world renown.
Remarkable is the garden, in which contemporary glass works are often exposed in a particularly suggestive context.
– The Lace Museum of Burano
On the island of Burano, the museum is housed in the building of the ancient School of Lace. There are about two hundred rare and precious specimens that document the evolution of this art in Venice from the sixteenth to the twentieth century.
The museum also preserves the archive of the School which, founded by Andriana Marcello in 1872, not only formed generations of lace making a precious and complex art, but was, for a century, an important cultural and entrepreneurial reality of the city.


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