Tickets for Chorus Churches Circuit
One ticket to explore 16 religious landmarks
- Visit 16 of the most beautiful religious churches in Venice
- Skip the lines and get in quick, saving time and money
- See highlights like Tintoretto and Rubens’ painting in the Church of Santa Maria del Giglio!
Get your fix of Venice's religious masterpieces! This ticket lets you visit and explore 16 of the finest examples of religious architecture in the city. Get up close to Tintoretto and Rubens’ painting in the Church of Santa Maria del Giglio! See original Dominican structures and more!
Venice is the home of masks, canals, gondolas and of course, some of the world's most incredible religious buildings.
Simply show your digital tickets at the entrance to any one of the 16 Churches of the Circuit (except FRARI) and you'll be given your golden ticket - the Chorus Pass - which grants you admission to all 16 of Venice's gorgeous churches.
The church of Gesuati is the biggest existing conventual complex of the XVIII century in magical Venice, built for the Dominicans between 1726 and 1735. Look up at the ceiling for the three frescoes representing "The Apparition of the Virgin to St. Dominic", "The Institution of the Rosary" and "The Glory of St. Dominic".
Wander the Church of Santa Maria del Giglio (founded in the IX century) and spot the work of Giuseppe Sardi on its façade. His works are some of the most original and imaginative expressions of Baroque Venetian art!
This pass will save you time and money as you head off on your sightseeing journey!
- Access to 16 Venetian churches
Show your smartphone ticket at the first church that you go to, except Frari. You'll be given the Chorus Pass, which will grant you access to all 16 churches.
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
Santa Maria del Giglio; S. Maria Formosa; S. Maria dei Miracoli; S. Maria Gloriosa dei Frari; S. Maria del Rosario (Gesuati); Sant'Alvise; San Giovanni Elemosinario; S. Polo; S. Giacomo dall'Orio; S. Stae; S. Pietro di Castello; S. Sebastiano; S. Vidal; S. Giacomo di Rialto; Santo Stefano.