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I found this great place in Tripadvisor and made a booking via e-mail for a workshop. We easily found this place. We made our masks for 1 h 30 minutes (so, plan your time). It was really great experience!!!!!! Very inspiring and creative! I highly...More
Took the family and let our two kids (11 and 8) create whatever they wanted. Michelle the store owner and artist showed the kids what to do and offered to help or just supervise. She was excellent with our kids and helped with the small...More
Beautiful shop tucked away (and lovely wee winebar next door!)
This was the highlight of our trip to Venice. My son (nearly 14) loves masks and theatre - the shop was beautiful and I booked a very last minute slot for him to make his...More
We booked the mask-making class for our 3 kids (ages 7, 10 and 13) and they loved it! We arrived early for our scheduled time and were allowed right in with no issues. The instructor was kind and helpful and they enjoyed working with her....More
Our girls enjoyed the experience thoroughly, but I left confused. I’ve seen many photos posted on their page with people proudly holding their masks with feathers on, so when my daughters asked if they could have a feather and the woman said “oh no, they’re...More
My two daughters enjoyed decorating their own paper mache masks at Peter Pan!! We arrived early to our appointment but the sweet lady gave us an immediate warm welcome!! Each picked their own mask to decorate and then she gave us the option to stay...More
We booked a mask making class for our two children aged 6 and 8 on our first day in Venice. They adored Valentina, who spoke very good English and provided just the right amount of guidance and help. They are so proud of their masks...More
We took our 5-year-old son to the shop to make a mask on our recent trip to Venice. It was easy to schedule an appointment with the owners via email, and since we went on a Friday morning, we had a one-on-one session. Valentina did...More
My 9 year old daughter loved the mask making workshop - such a great memory and souvenir to take home. Valentina was very friendly, patient and helpful with design techniques and guidance. I highly recommend this activity for a family trip to Venice. The shop...More
We painted masks with our two teenage daughters. We spent 1.5 hours to completing the four masks. The Studio is small. The door was locked and shoppers were turned away so the staff could focus 100% on us! Our instructors English was not flawless but...More
The Rialto Bridge is the most famous sight along the Grand Canal in San Polo, smallest of Venice's six sestieri (districts) and by far the busiest neighbourhood. Morning Venetians arrive to peruse the markets for fish, fruit and vegetables, while shops display goods from cheese to wine to desserts. San Silvestro and Rialto Market vaporetto (water taxi) stops add to the steady stream of foot traffic. San
Polo is defined by churches including Basilica dei Frari, one of the most important churches sought by art lovers.