There are many things to do at the Museo della Musica in the San Polo District of Venice including a rare musical instrument display, an exhibit featuring Antonio Vivaldi, and even a step-by-step instruction set on how to make a violin!
In the San Polo District of Venice, you will come across the Museo della Musica, which is actually free of charge to explore! This museum features an exhibit dedicated to Antonio Vivaldi, the famous composer known for his “The Four Seasons” concert.
You can find rare musical instruments at the Museo della Musica in Venice in the San Polo District, right next to the art museum.
If you have a passion for music, then this attraction is definitely worth a visit!
The people who wear the long-beak Venetian mask at the Carnival of Venice usually accompany it with the traditional doctor clothing associated with the original mask, including a black hat, a long cloak, white gloves and a stick, which was used to touch the patients who had the plague disease without actually “touching” them physically so as to not catch the disease.
One of the most fun activities for children in Venice definitely includes going swimming in one of the swimming baths pools of Lido where there are many sandy beaches that all families and just couples can enjoy!
The Museo della Musica features an interesting perspective on the famous Venetian composer, Antonio Vivaldi as well as significant exhibits of musical instruments as well as the step-by-step process to making a violin!
Antonio Vivaldi, the world-renowned composer and musician, performed frequently at the Pieta Church behind the orphanage with his pupils. In this church, you can tour and explore the small museum built in his memory featuring the history of the orphanage where he worked as well as his life story and works.
There is a lovely exhibit featuring the life of Antonio Vivaldi at the Museo della Musica. He is the most famous music composer and musician in Venice; he was born in the city and taught violin at the Pieta orphanage as well as performed concerts as the choir master.