The Museo Correr is often overlooked because of its very central location at San Mark's Square. Visitors are likely to bypass it for the other grand museum on the Square. Nevertheless, the arts house within is worthy of a visit as is the building itself which is a work of art.
This museum really amazed us. The size of the museum is the same, but the amount of artwork and the gilding and design of the building demonstrate the power and wealth of the Venetian Kingdom. It's worth spending a few hours to visit and play, and we also hope to visit any of these special places!
It shows a lot of the history of Venice, and there are also very good exquisite coins that are very old. The huge museum is divided into several floors. You can see a huge infrastructure on each floor. You can visit the museum. Time is also beautiful.
There are three floors in the museum, and each floor is displayed according to different types. One floor is dedicated to ancient coins. It’s more cost-effective to go to Google on the water bus.
This museum is on the east side of St. Mark’s Square. It is a popular museum, so go early. It is mainly sculptures and oil paintings. The sculptures are all fine products. You can see some flat sculptures.
Preston_Dominguez: Piazza San Marco San Marco 52, 30124 Venice, Italy
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended St. Mark's Square,Canal Grande,Bridge of Sighs,Saint Mark's Basilica,Doge's Palace