Juliet's Tomb & Frescos Museum

In a small, dark crypt beneath the farmer convent of San Francesco al Corso, you will find a red sarcophagus in which Juliet is said to have been buried. This spot, linked to the tragic story of the two lovers, is indeed highly suggestive.

The museums hosts wonderful frescos of Verona, which was, in the 16th century (and not surprisingly) called the “Urbs Picta” or “Painted city”.

Address: Via del Pontiere, 35 - 37121 Verona.

Opening hours: Tuesday-Sunday 8,30-19,30 - Monday 13,45-19,30

: Standard € 6.00 – Reduced € 4.50 (groups minimum 20 persons, students 14-30 years old and over 60) – € 1.00 (Schools and young people 8 - 13 years old ) - € 1.00 the 1° Sunday of the month for everyone (from January to May and from October to December) – Free entrance  with the Verona Card.

: 045 8000361

Accessibility: The Frescos Museum is wheelchair-accessible. The Tomb of Juliet isn't accessible. 



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