Visitors must present an EU Covid Certificate (Green Pass) to access the museum. Please check our safety measures and our ticketing policy.
To purchase tickets
From December 6, 2021, to January 15, 2022, all visitors (except children under 12 years old and visitors who are exempt from it) must present an EU Covid Certificate showing proof of full vaccination or recovery (so called ‘reinforced’ Green Pass). All visitors must show a valid ID together with the Green Pass. Non EU citizens must show certificates that are equivalent to a Green Pass.
- It is advisable to purchase tickets online by choosing the preferred entry time slot until that slot is sold out. Tickets can also be purchased at the ticket office of the museum, depending on availability.
- Individual and corporate members of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection need to reserve their free, timed tickets by contacting the Visitor Services office at email@example.com or +39 041 2405 419 / 440.
- For security reasons, to contain Covid-19, we kindly ask you to be on time to collect your ticket.
- Access to the museum is on a quota basis, but there is no time limit to the visit in order to ensure a quality experience. To reduce to the minimum delays in accessing the museum, we might ask you not to spend too much time in the galleries. We thank you for your understanding as our main priority is to ensure everyone's safety.
- The innovative audioguides are accessible from visitors’ personal smartphones, offering a completely safe experience, compliant with COVID-19 containment regulations. Available in English and Italian at the ticket desk: €3
- The ticket office closes at 5 p.m.
- In order to avoid gatherings, toured visits of any kind (with or without a hired guide) are not allowed in the exhibition galleries during opening hours. This is due to the limited size of the galleries.
- For more information on guided tours outside opening hours read here
- For free presentations to the public read here
- For more information on guided tours for school groups read here
- Body temperature will be checked at the entrance. In order to access the museum it must not exceed 37.5 degrees Celsius.
- The maximum number of visitors in the museum may not exceed 100 people simultaneously.
- The museum will limit admissions to avoid gatherings.
- Lockers are available and regularly disinfected; they replace the coatroom, which remains closed. Luggage larger than 35 x 35 x 55 cm is not allowed.
GALLERIES AND OUTDOOR AREAS (GARDEN AND TERRACE)
- Face masks are compulsory inside the museum galleries, except children up to 6 years old.
- Hand-sanitizer dispensers are available.
- The Museum Shop located close to the museum entrance is open daily 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Closed on Tuesdays.
- The maximum number of visitors inside the Museum Shop may not exceed 8.
- Face masks are compulsory inside the Museum Shop, except children up to 6 years old.
The museum guarantees daily and frequent sanitation of the restrooms in compliance with the current regulations.
- Restrooms may be accessed by one person at a time to avoid gatherings.
- Face masks are compulsory inside the restrooms, except children up to 6 years old.
- Hand-sanitizer dispensers are available.
The Museum Café is open daily 11 a.m.–5 p.m. Closed on Tuesday.
|Senior over 65 yrs||13 €|
|Students under 26 yrs||9 €
with current student ID
|Children under 10 yrs||Free entry|
For online reservations of discounted tickets, a valid ID proving eligibility must be shown at the museum ticket office.
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is located on the Grand Canal between the Accademia Bridge and the Church of Santa Maria della Salute.
From Piazzale Roma or Ferrovia:
Vaporetto no. 2, direction Lido, Accademia stop
Vaporetto no. 1, direction Lido, Accademia or Salute stops
From Piazza San Marco:
Vaporetto no. 2, direction P. Roma, Accademia stop
Vaporetto no. 1, direction P. Roma, Salute or Accademia stops
Peggy Guggenheim Collection
Palazzo Venier dei Leoni
Guided tours are available to explore the works of art of the permanent collection, the Hannelore B. and Rudolph B. Schulhof Collection, and the sculptures on view in the Nasher Sculpture Garden.
Live tours for schools, families, groups of friends and anyone interested in visiting the Peggy Guggenheim Collection from home.
Private visits are a unique opportunity to explore the permanent collection or the temporary exhibition in privacy, while the museum is closed to the public.
Daily free presentations are offered in the museum galleries to introduce visitors to the life of Peggy Guggenheim and her collection.
A full calendar of stimulating activities and events for parents and children.
The museum as a resource for those involved with schools, schooling and school-programs. A series of free activities aimed at strengthening teaching skills.
The museum is accessible through platform lifts and offers an innovative accessibility program to visitors who are visually impaired or with limited vision.
The Museum Café, managed by the Venetian restaurant ‘Ai Gondolieri,’ offers a wide choice of dishes, both for lunch and for snacks.
There are two Museum Shops, one is located inside the museum and one a few paces before the museum entrance. They both carry items inspired by and dedicated to Peggy Guggenheim, her collection and 20th century art in general.
Coat And Baggage Check
The coat and baggage check is located next to the ticket desks and is free with admission.
Large items are not permitted in the galleries and must be checked (Backpacks, umbrellas, musical instruments, etc.).
Any item may be inspected and refused entry at the discretion of Security.
Still photography for non-commercial, personal use is permitted, unless otherwise noted in the galleries.
The use of tripods and camera extension poles is prohibited.
Pencils, sketchbooks, and notebooks are permitted. However, pens, paints, and easels are not permitted.
Strollers are permitted in the museum.
Animals are not allowed in the museum.