There are five synagogues in the Jewish Ghetto in Venice. You can visit three of them on this tour run by the Jewish Museum. The tours (in both Italian and English) leave at half past every hour from the museum entrance which is in the Ghetto Nuovo Square.
Address: Jewish Museum of Venice, Cannaregio 2902\b, Venice.
According to Google: Jewish Museum of Venice, Campo di Ghetto Nuovo, 2902/b, 30121 Venezia VE, Italy
Telephone: (+39) 041715359
Email: [email protected]
Entrance to the Museum and Guided Tours to Synagogues
Full price: 8.50 Euros
Reduced price: 7 Euros
The tickets for the Guided Tours to the Synagogues can be bought until 4.30 pm during winter time and until 5.30 pm during summer time, except anticipated closing time on the occasion of jewish festivities. For Groups and Classes, booking is required: tel. 041 715359
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Review by Simone Raba on Monday the 4 of December, 2017 at 9:49 am
Nice museum with quite some artifacts. Be sure to go on a guided tour of the old synagogues, otherwise you're only enjoying 30% of the beauty
Review by Steve & Judy Reichman on Monday the 30 of October, 2017 at 12:56 pm
Great museum. Tour of the old synagogues was amazing. Located in a neat little shopping ing area a little bit off the main tourist areas.
Review by Marina Ibrishimova on Wednesday the 20 of September, 2017 at 3:02 pm
This museum is tucked away in the Venetian ghetto away from popular tourist attractions in Venice. It offers guided tours through 3 of the 5 Sephardic and Ashkenazi synagogues in the area, a cafeteria that serves traditional pastries, and a bookstore. The tour guides are very knowledgeable and the atmosphere is welcoming.
Review by Daniel Hirsch on Wednesday the 29 of March, 2017 at 3:04 pm
Went on a guided tour. Guide spoke good English and gave an excellent overview of Jewish Venice, it's Ghetto and 3 of the 5 synagogues. Also answered our questions. Gift shop definitely worth visiting. Lastly, the Museum also features a Kosher dairy cafeteria with cookies, pastries, coffee and average cuisine. Two days in a row, we enjoyed a quiet and relaxing lunch.
Review by Brian Green on Tuesday the 13 of June, 2017 at 2:56 am
Excellent guided synagogue tour. Well paced. All questions answered. In English. Children included. Highly recommend.
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