Advance ticket sales for the Venice Boat Show open: places are filling up fast

Here is how to visit the Venice Boat Show, from 29 May to 6 June, safely and following Covid procedures. Advance ticket sales now open

19 May 2021 | di Redazione
Venice Boat Show

Advance ticket sales for the Venice Boat Show are open, and the places are filling up fast. The event will take place from Saturday 29 May to Sunday 6 June at the Arsenale Militare di Venezia and it is now possible to purchase advance tickets to visit the event safely, thanks to anti-Covid measures put into place by the organisers.

The Venice Boat Show will be open from 10am to 8pm, with an even more exciting edition, as we shared after the presentation, compared to 2021. Health protocols will allow access to the event in time slots. The last entry will be at 7pm.

The purchase or exchange of tickets is exclusively online, clicking here. Just a few hours after advance sales opened, some days were already nearly full, but the amount of tickets available is constantly updated, so we suggest getting tickets as soon as possible, and keeping an eye online.

Tickets cost 15 euros, 12 euros for children between 13 and 17 and for those over 65. There is also an option for a Family ticket (minimum of 4 people: 2 adults and 2 children, ages 13-17), for 10 euros a person. The same cost of 10 euros also applies to Teatro La Fenice and Mostra Internazionale di Architettura ticket holders. Museo Navale ticket holders have a special price of 5 euros. Entrance is free for children under 12 if accompanied, and for the carers of disabled visitors.

Access to the Boat Show is subject to mandatory pre-booking of the time slot. During purchase/exchange, visitors must select the date and time of entry. Tickets are personal and cannot be transferred, and visitors must respect the timeslots written on their tickets.

This, together with other anti-Covid measures regarding public spaces, the one-way system, the eating areas and exhibition and pier areas, will make your visit to the Venice Boat Show even more pleasant and safe.


Giuseppe Orrù

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