In Zattere district, the ‘700 church by Giorgio Masari overlooks the Giudecca Canal with a great spectacular effect. In its interior, there are Tiepolo’s works, rococo sculptures and a gorgeous altarpiece by Piazzetta.

The Church of Gesuati, the biggest example of cloister of 18th century in Venice, was built between 1726 and 1736 for the Dominican order, to replace the little church that still nowadays rises beside it, becoming too small for its faithful. The Palladian façade is divided into three parts of Corinthian columns.


Useful information:

Address: Fondamenta delle Zattere ai Gesuati, 917 - Dorsoduro 30123 - Venezia

Opening time: from Monday to Saturday, from 10.30 to 16.30
(last entrance and closing time of the ticket office and of the bookshop at 16.15)

Closed on:
1st January
Eastern day
15th August
Christmas day

Partial closure
(Opening time at 13.00)
6th January
1st November
8th December

Full Price: € 3.00

Student price (up to 29 years old, provided with ID): €1,50 
Free entrance:
· Residents of the municipality of Venice (provided with a valid ID)
· Children up to 11 years old
· Religiou people
· People with disabilites and their carer
· Journalists with Chorus credit (released by the Direction)
· ICOM and ICOMOS associates
· Authorized guides
· In-service offial of MIBAC 
· Student and researchers authorized by the Direction
· For groups, one free entrance every 15 participants.

Tickets are on Sale in Venice at the church.

Telefon: 0415230625 - 041-2750462

How to get there: Ferry boat stop "Zattere-Gesuati"




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