For lovers of music, instruments, and the period of time in which composer Antonio Vivaldi lived and worked, this museum is a gold mine. Inside you’ll find rare instruments and the methods employed to create them (specifically in Venice in the 1700s), like specialized violins and other string instruments. What’s even more rare is that there is no admission fee; who could say no to that? There is also an interesting exhibit on Vivaldi which highlights his life and career. Stop by and get informed on Venetian high culture of the past millennium, even if only to save yourself a few Euros.
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