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See it even if you don't think you like coins or jewelry

Because it was across the street and a ticket to it came with the ticket to the Scrovenghi Chapel... read more

Reviewed 26 May 2018
Sandy S
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Albuquerque, New Mexico
Fine Arts Museum

Included as part of the Padova Tourist Card, this fine arts museum is on two floors and offers a... read more

Reviewed 6 May 2018
Jarko2015
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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Reviewed 26 May 2018

Because it was across the street and a ticket to it came with the ticket to the Scrovenghi Chapel, and also because I have some interest in the applied arts, I took in the Palazzo Zuckermann. Most of this museum could be characterized as the...More

Thank Sandy S
Reviewed 6 May 2018

Included as part of the Padova Tourist Card, this fine arts museum is on two floors and offers a lot of varying exhibits from ceramics to jewellery and furniture. Well worth seeing.

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Reviewed 23 March 2018

The Zuckermann Palace is now part of the Padua City Museum complex, which is distributed through multiple locations. It is located next door to the Scrovegni Palace and the Eremitani. It was built at the beginning of the 20th century and had several uses before...More

Thank Gabriel H
Reviewed 2 October 2017

This collection of furniture, china etc from Padua is well presented and interesting. The personal collection on the top floor is best as it contains some lovely sculptures and paintings. Having just been to Miramare castle we found the room dedicated to Maximilian who became...More

Thank susanwalsh
Reviewed 17 September 2017

I question why I am not giving this a 5 rather than a 4. Perhaps the totally subjective reason is I was exhausted when we visited, having spent hours at other museums beforehand. Also, the coin collection, though worthwhile for those interested, was not to...More

Thank BudaBaB
Reviewed 9 September 2017

Not a lengthily visit needed but the top floor is special for paintings and amazing white statues, especially of the young children. Lace examples and clothing embroidery are amazing as are the jewellery exhibits , all which I found most interesting.

Thank rose-on-car
Reviewed 19 June 2017

Relatively small but very interesting museum of arts and craft and the collection is worthy. Unfortunately, it is not very much visited.

Thank Jindrich M
Reviewed 8 February 2017

This building, which hosts the Museum of Applied & Decorative Arts and the Bottacin Collection, is just across the road from the Scrovegni Chapel. Entry is included in the price of the Scrovegni ticket. I absolutely loved the decorative arts collection on the ground and...More

Thank Angela M
Reviewed 5 July 2016

If you have one-two hours before entering Scovergni Chapel, you must see it. The museum is based on the collection of famous and rich nobles of Padova, so it contains a unique coin collection, beatiful marble sculptures, glasses. Entering is free with Padova Card.

Thank Monika0219
Reviewed 31 May 2016

I visited last week and was practically alone with all these beautiful treasures from clothing, jewelry, dishes, bureaus, clothing, lace, tables, chairs, and other objects of high class from the 17 to 18th centuries. Unique and beautiful, but not for everyone. Great visit for those...More

Thank Pamela H
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