Feel in awe as you see one of Venice's most extraordinary buildings
Marvel at a massive collection of around 2 million historical objects
Admire the marvelous 7m long Ouranosaurus nigeriensis
See the skull of a Sarchosuchus imperator discovered in Africa
Step into the library and discover a collection of over 40,000 books
Visit the must-see Natural History Museum with this entry ticket. Immerse yourself in this beautiful 13th-century building, explore the vast collection of about 2 million objects, zoological specimens, dinosaur fossils, and ethnographic collections on display.
Walk around Venice, and you will find the Museum on the edge of the Grand Canal. Make sure you take a photo of the glamourous architecture, perfect for your Instagram feed. Enter the building, and you will be even more mesmerized by the fascinating items on display.
Stroll upstairs to see the most popular attraction, the dinosaurs, and prehistoric crocodiles. Spot a glimpse of the enormous skeleton of an Ouranosaurus nigeriensis more than 7m long and the skull of a Sarchosuchus imperator discovered in Africa.
Enjoy a day out exploring this Museum; it's a must-see when visiting Venice. See the fascinating exposition of the earth's natural history and the evolution of life on this planet.
Admission to the Natural History Museum
Venetian citizens, residents, children aged under 5 years old, and disabled people get free admission.
Before planning your visit, always consult the official website of the Civic Museums of Venice for any changes in opening and closing times.
The Museum is closed on Monday.
Every Friday and Saturday, until Saturday September 30, 2023, and on Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 August, 2023, the museum is open until 8 PM (last entrance at 7 PM).