Casa di Carlo Goldoni

1,50 Off full price ticket

Ca’ Centani, or Centanni, better known as “Casa di Carlo Goldoni” where he was born in 1707, was built in the 15th century.  It is a typical Gothic palace, but still presenting the layout and typical elements of civil Venetian architecture between the end of the 14th and the early 15th century in spite of its several renovations. The house hosts a small museum dedicated to him, a small puppet-theatre from the 18th century and offers modern ways of approaching the writer and the age. It also hosts a very important archive and library (over 30,000 works) of theatrical texts and studies together with authentic manuscripts

All ISIC cardholders showing the valid card at the ticketing office can enjoy the reduced admission ticket (3,50 EUR instead of 5 EUR).

For more info: http://correr.visitmuve.it/nonsolomuseo/ 

*Photo Credits: "Comune di Venezia, Servizio Comunicazione istituzionale, visiva e sito web". Photo by Davide Toffanin

 

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