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No wasting time or queues to visit the Scrovegni Chapel and admire the series of frescoes by Giotto, a masterpiece in the history of painting in Italy and Europe in the 14th century.

The Scrovegni Chapel is one of the masterpieces of pictorial art of the 14th century. The series of frescoes by Giotto are admirable even today by virtue of a wise conservation and restoration operation.

This ticket for Scrovegni Chapel includes entrance to the Eremitani Museum and the Zuckermann Palace (except on Monday).

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Duration: 1:00 hours
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A precious series of 14th-century frescoes by Giotto in Padua

Priority Entry | Visit duration: approx. 1 hour | Barrier-free access | No photography

The Scrovegni Chapel in Padua houses one of the rarest masterpieces of Western art: the most complete fresco cycle executed by Giotto in 1306 at the peak of his maturity. Impeccably restored and preserved in the chapel, Giotto's mural painting narrates episodes from the life of Christ and the Virgin Mary through allegories and stunning color contrasts. This ticket also gives you access to other popular Padua museums like Civic Museum Eremitani and Zuckermann Palace.

Scrovegni Chapel opening hours

Monday – Sunday: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm

Closing Days: January 1st, December 25th & 26th

Entry to the Scrovegni Chapel is by timed slots every 20 minutes and is limited to 25 people max. per visit.

Visitors must collect their tickets from the Civic Museum Eremitani ticket office (about 100 meters from Scrovegni Chapel) at least 1 hour before scheduled entry time.

Visitors with valid tickets must reach the door of the dehumidification chambers outside the Scrovegni Chapel at least 5 minutes before the entry time stated on their tickets and wait 15 minutes inside the chambers to minimize disturbances of the interior microclimate. Automatic doors will open only once to keep the microclimate stable. Late visitors will not be admitted unless they book a new visit for another available time slot.

Bags, cameras, food, drinks, and pets are not allowed inside the Scrovegni Chapel. Mobile phones must be switched OFF for the entire duration of your visit.

Scrovegni Chapel ticket prices and reductions

This ticket also includes entrance to Civic Museum Eremitani and Zuckermann Palace (Tuesday – Sunday only) along with Scrovegni Chapel.

Please select day and time of visit, number of people, and type of tickets to see ticket prices for a specific date. IMPORTANT: Booked tickets are strictly NON-CHANGEABLE and NON-REFUNDABLE.

Online reservation is limited to groups up to 10 people maximum. For groups of more than 10 people please contact booking@mtritaly.com.

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The Scrovegni Chapel, a masterpiece in the history of painting in Italy and Europe in the 14th century, is considered to be the most complete series of frescoes executed by Giotto in his mature age.

Colour and light, poetry and pathos. Man and God. The sense of nature and history, humanity and faith are mingled in narrating the stories of the Virgin Mary and Christ in a unique way. Giotto completed the frescoes in the Chapel at the beginning of 1306. At that time: "...the chapel presents very simple architecture: a rectangular hall with a barrel vault, an elegant gothic triple lancet window on the façade, tall, narrow windows on the southern wall, and a polygonal apse, later raised to contain the belfry".

The frescoes follow three main themes : episodes in the lives of Joachim and Anna (1-6); episodes in the Virgin Mary's life (7-13); episodes recounting Christ's life and death. The lower parts of the walls contain a series of frescoes illustrating Vices and Virtues in allegory.

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