Jewish Museum of Venice

Petite museum chronicling the history of the Ghetto and its residents

Nearby Attractions

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Rialto Market
A historic market where Venetians buy fresh frutti di mare from friendly fishmongers.
Ca’ d’Oro
Commissioned in 1428 by the family who gave Venice eight Doges, the 'Golden House' is now open to the public as an art gallery.
Scuola Grande di San Rocco
Named after the city’s protector against the devastation of plague, San Rocco is home to marvellous Tintoretto paintings.
Tapas (Cicheti)
In many ways distinct from other Italian regions' food, expect polenta, seafood and sweets.
Banco Rosso
An old bank in the Ghetto, where a famous expression comes from...
Venetian Ghetto
The area where Venice's Jews lived between 1516 and 1797

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