Naval History Museum
Naval History Museum of Venice (Museo Storico Navale) will captivate the attention of visitors interested in military history, and of everyone willing to understand the deep relationship of Venice with its sea and lagoon.
More than 25,000 objects are on display at the Naval History Museum, dating back to the period when Venice was the head of a colonial empire which extended from the Northern Adriatic sea to Dalmatian coast and Cyprus island.
The most famous piece on display at Naval Museum is an impressive reproduction of Bucintoro (Bucentaur in English), a decorated galey used by the Doge to perform the ceremony of the Marriage of the Sea.
Naval History Museum of Venice is within the Arsenale area, facing Saint Mark’s basin. Water bus stop: Arsenale
- Castello 2148, 30122 - Venezia
- +39 041 24 41 399
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- Opening hours
- All days
Closed on Sundays
- Water bus Line 1, 4.1, 4.2 | Arsenale