All those entering the Royal Gardens of Venice must respect the following regulations, as well as police regulations regarding safety in the city and protection and promotion of its green areas.
The Royal Gardens of Venice are a National Heritage Site, and given their important historic and environmental value, they are protected by Legislative Decree 42/2004. Visitors are reminded that they must respect the site and maintain suitable decorum.
Open from Tuesday to Sunday:
from April 15 to October 15, 8.30 a.m. - 7.30 p.m. (last entry at 7.15 p.m.)
from October 16 to April 14, 9.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m. (last entry at 4.45 p.m.)
The Gardens are closed: Mondays, December 25 and 31, January 1, the last Saturday and last Sunday of Carnival, Easter Sunday, Saturday during the Feast of the Redeemer (3rd Saturday in July).
The Foundation reserves the right to limit access to the Gardens in the following circumstances: when special maintenance needs to be carried out; when there is an overly high number of visitors or adverse weather conditions; whenever else this is deemed necessary.
Entry to the Gardens of groups of more than 10 people requires prior booking via the internet site.
Video surveillance cameras are present.
Animals are allowed to enter but must be kept on leads.
YOU ARE REMINDED
- to smoke only in the area overlooking the main entrance on the Fondamenta
- not to disturb animals and not to feed animals
- to use care in areas where bees are present
THE FOLLOWING ARE FORBIDDEN
- picnics and the consumption of alcoholic beverages
- the use of amplifiers and sound diffusion systems
- walking in flower beds, removing flowers, fruit or parts of plants
- leaving your animal’s droppings on the ground
- playing ball, using elettric scooters, digging holes, throwing stones
- writing on or marking walls, railings or trees or causing damage of any kind
- attaching padlocks or other objects to railings or inside the Gardens
- disposing of trash or cigarette butts except in the receptacles provided
- taking photographs or making videos for commercial, advertising, cinematographic uses or for television, except with the express written authorization of the City of Venice and the Venice Gardens Foundation
The Venice Gardens Foundation declines any and all liability for damage to violators and/or to third parties arising from failure to respect these regulations and for any damage not specifically attributable to the Foundation.
Wrongful and negligent actions by a visitor can damage the Royal Gardens’ heritage and will lead to immediate expulsion. The competent authorities may be informed and wrongdoers will be obliged to pay compensation for any damage caused.