The combined ticket with the Governor’s Mansion is 25 euros. It cannot be bought alone. The whole museum is not big, but it takes a long time to go around. It is recommended to reserve an entire afternoon with the Governor Mansion. .
At the end of Piazza San Marco, it is the side facing the Basilica of San Marco. The inside is mainly sculptures, but also a bit of interior decoration.
There are not many people, the environment is very good, and the air conditioning is great. Need to store large luggage (free), toilets and cafes are shared (charges apply).
This museum is adjacent to the Pinover Museum and the adjacent library, on the first floor, and included in the ticket price, in St. Mark’s Square. A large collection of Greek and Roman sculptures, pottery, coins and stones, dating back to the first century BC.