La Carta Famiglia è valida per due adulti e due ragazzi al di sotto dei 12 anni.
Permette di visitare la Loggia e Odeo Cronaro, i Musei Civici agli Eremitani, la Cappella degli Scrovegni, il Palazzo della Ragione (Il Salone) (in occasione di mostre l'accesso è consentito solo fino alla Pietra del Vituperio), l'Oratorio di San Michele, L'Oratorio di San rocco, il Piano Nobile dello Stabilimento Pedrocchi e la Casa del Petrarca ad Arquà. La validità del biglietto è di 15 giorni dal primo utilizzo. La card non è valida per le visite serali. Ogni Tessera Musei Carta Famiglia acquistata consente di effettuare un'unica prenotazione di accesso in Cappella degli Scrovegni.
E' obbligatorio scegliere data e ora di ingresso alla Cappella degli Scrovegni al momento dell'acquisto della card.


La carta MUSEI TUTTO L'ANNO è un bglietto cumulativo per i musei e i monumenti medioevali e rinsacimentali del comune di Padova (Musei civici agli Eremitani e Cappella degli Scrovegni, Palazzo della Ragione, Loggia e Odeo Cornaro, Oratorio di San Michele, Oratorio di San Rocco)
La tessera ha validità un anno dalla data di primo utilizzo. Ogni Tessera Musei Tutto L'Anno acquistata consente di effettuare un'unica prenotazione di accesso in Cappella degli Scrovegni. La card non è valida per le visite serali alla Cappella degli Scrovegni.
E' obbligatorio scegliere data e ora di ingresso alla Cappella degli Scrovegni al momento dell'acquisto della card.


piana2Founded at the end of the 18th century, following the suppression of the religious bodies and including many private bequests, the Art Museum holds about three thousand paintings, and presents a fine panorama of paintings of the Veneto region from the early 14th to 19th centuries.
Works by Giotto, Squarcione, J. Bellini, Giorgione, Titian, Romanino, Bassano, Veronese, Tintoretto, Piazzetta and Tiepolo are housed in the museum, together with works by foreign artists, most of whom were Flemish and Dutch.
The collection of stone inscriptions contains architectural-decorative fragments found in Padua and the surrounding area. The bronzes on exhibition are only some of the vast number of sculptures, but they do illustrate a form of artistic expression that flourished in Padua between the 15th and 16th centuries.
The collections of artefacts (ceramics, precious stones, jewellery, fabrics, furniture and ivories), together with prints and drawings, are available for study by experts upon request.

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bottacin2Famous for its extensive collection of coins, the Museum was founded between 1865 and 1870, thanks to Nicola Bottacin who bequeathed to the City of Padua all the collections which he had painstakingly put together over many years of work.
The Museum, with more than 50,000 coins, medals and seals, is one of the most important numismatic collections in the world. However, only a small part of this material is on display for educational purposes, aimed at illustrating the history and function of money.
Among the pieces exhibited are some "Venetic" coins ( IV-II centuries B.C.), some very rare Roman medallions of the Emperors Hadrian, Septimus Severius and Maxentius, the Longobard tremissis of Aistolfo, and some coins from the Museum's Venetian series, one of the most complete in the world.
Although mainly known for its numismatic collections, the Bottacin Museum also contains important collections of sculptures and paintings of the 19th century (including works by Induno, Querena and Vela) which highlight the prevailing taste of bourgeois patrons in that century.

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archeo2The first part of this Museum originally housed the tablets of the Palazzo della Ragione, arranged by Abbot Giuseppe Furlanetto (1825), and was soon enlarged with further relics from excavations in Padua and the surrounding area. The itinerary of the museum starts from the pre-Roman period with interesting remains dating from the VIII to the IV-III centuries B.C.
Among the finest are 88 pieces from the "Studded Vases" tomb, dating back to the early VII century B.C.
Unique in importance is the series of paleo-Veneto stelae, particularly those from the Camin excavation and the Ostiala Gallenia.
The Roman section is very rich and includes many busts, statues, funeral reliefs and votive altars. Some of the finest are those of Silenus, the elegant memorial stone of the dancer Claudia Toreuma, and the impressive shrine of the Volumnie.
Many mosaics are displayed on both floor and walls.
The Egyptian Rooms contain two fine statues of the goddess Sekhmet.
Other smaller rooms contain Greek, Etruscan and Italiot remains. Of particular importance is the collection of Apulian vases bequeathed by Prof. Calogero Casuccio.
Architectural findings from Roman times are also exhibited in the cloister.

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We kindly remind our visitors that it is not possible to book for the same day. Tickets should be collected 1 hour before the scheduled time of visit.

Compulsory bookings

Call centre: +39 049 2010020
The call centre is operative: Mondays to Fridays, 9.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. - Saturdays, 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.

Reservation is compulsory.
On-line reservations must be made at least 24 hours in advance. It is not possible to reserve for the same day.
It is possible to make reservation until the day before the visit if you pay by credit card.
If you want to pay by bank transfer, the reservation should be made at least 3 days before the day of the visit calling the call-center.
We count three days excluding the day of visit and the day of reservation.
For example: if you want to visit the chapel on Friday, you should make reservation by the previous Monday.

Tickets should be collected well in advance; groups should show up at least 45 minutes prior to visit.


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