Owned by Venice Diocese and promoted by Pope Giovanni Paolo I (Albino Luciani, 1912-1978) when he was patriarch of Venice, this museum gathers already restored or under restoration artworks from the churches in Venice. The museum is in the former Benedectine monastery of Sant’Apollonia, which was built between the XII and the XIII century. It has a hall dedicated to silverware and another to artworks given by priests (such as the Madonnas dressed with traditional Venetian clothes).
Address: fondamenta della Canonica 4312, Castello 30122 Venezia
Opening times: Everyday from 10 am to 6 pm. Last entrance 30 min before closing time.
Full price: € 5,00 (entrance to the cloister included)
Reduced ticket: € 3,00 group min 15 pax, visitors up to 18 and older than 65 years
€ 4,00 school and church groups
Free entrance: children up to 5 years
Phone: +39 041 5229166 - +39 041 2413817
Fax: +39 041 2702420
For info & booking: email@example.com
How to get there: ferry boat stop "San Zaccaria" or "Vallaresso"