Venice Carnival Mask Workshop in St. Mark's Area

Piazza San Marco, 596, 30124 Venice, VE, Italy, Venice, Italy
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1h 15min
English, Italian, French, Spanish
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What To Expect

Enjoy an unforgettable artistic activity that will allow you to experience the magic of the Venice Carnival! A master artisan will show you the traditional art of making masks and will also tell you interesting stories!Your instructor, an experienced decorator, will teach you how to paint and decorate your own mask and will accompany you on every step of the decorating process. You'll have the opportunity to choose a mask, decorate it however you wish, and then take it home as an exclusive souvenir and memory of this Venetian experience.

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Important info

  • Appropriate clothing is suggested
  • The activity may be carried out in multiple languages at the same time
  • Children under 12 years must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please note that starting between April 25th and July 14, 2024 on certain dates, registration and payment of an access contribution will be necessary to visit the city of Venice. Please check all the information and procedures for registration or payment on the dedicated website of Comune di Venezia
What's included
Carnival paper-mâché mask to decorate. Materials and supplies for decorating. Venetian mask artisan
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Know Before You Go

Take part in a unique decoration course. Learn the ancient techniques of making a Venetian Carnival mask. Keep your own mask as a very special souvenir

Cancellation Policy
can-cancel You can cancel your tour until a day in advance
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Meeting Point

San Marco 596 Maschere Veneziane. The laboratory is located a few minutes walk from Saint Mark’s Square. Once by the Bell Tower, go straight on leaving the Basilica on your right and pass under the Clock Tower. Proceed straight on to the end of “Mercerie dell’Orologio”. Then turn right into “Campo San Zulian” and facing the Church pass its façade on the left and you have reached “Campiello San Zulian”. The laboratory is in the opposite corner on your right.