The ability to give a future to the past, the importance of preserving memory, seeing history through different points of view. All this is part of the expectations of the enthusiast as well as of the occasional visitor.

The Pisani Battery Museum, open to the public since 9 July 2017, is now experiencing its rebirth as a museum venue and a true incubator of demonstrations, events and study center, thanks to the new dedicated spaces. The indoor exhibitions tell through specific themes the Great War and the territory of Cavallino-Treporti.

The restoration of the former military building represents not only the recovery of the cultural heritage but also the fulcrum of the Via dei Forti historical itinerary, the route that links together the numerous fortifications in Cavallino-Treporti.


Walk through history, in a virtual experience through the halls and the outdoor area of the Pisani Battery Museum. Imagine living in the shoes of seamen, previewing the details of the relics collected, peeking through the equipment of World War I soldiers.

Il restauro dell’ex edificio militare rappresenta non solo il recupero del patrimonio culturale ma anche il fulcro dell’itinerario storico di Via dei Forti, il percorso che lega tra loro le numerose fortificazioni di Cavallino-Treporti.

virtual tour


Knowing the present through the past. We have thought of a path that can bring the discovery of history closer by bringing it back to its most human aspect. After all, history is made by men, not only by facts and dates but by real lives lived by ordinary people. For this reason, each exhibition deals with the themes of the Great War through new points of view.



Discover the visitor routes of the Pisani Battery Museum in Cavallino Treporti. We have designed them for all types of public and tailored them to each of you. In fact, you will find activities for children, groups and families, for schools and events open to the public of all ages.


The Vettor Pisani Battery owes its name to the Supreme Commander of the Venetian fleet who in January 1380 won a resounding victory against Pietro Doria’s Genoese fleet during the war of Chioggia.

Opening hours

From 1st May to 30th September:

Open every day

from 10.30am to 5.30pm (last admission at 4.45 pm)
Closed on Mondays

Adults: €10
Children 6-17 years old – over 65: €5
Family ticket (2 + 2/3 children): €20
Children 0-5 years old: free admission
Disabled with accompanying person: free admission

Tickets for residents of Cavallino-Treporti
Adults: €5
Children 6-17 years old: €2
Children 0-5 years old and over 65: free admission


Visit the Museum with your smartphone!
A free audio guide is available. Bring your headphones with you.

Do you need more information about Via dei Forti and the V. Pisani Museum?
Here’s how you can reach us:

V. Pisani Battery Museum
via Vettor Pisani 40
Cavallino-Treporti (VE)
Tel. +39 041 2909555 – Cell. +39 348 3164470

Tourist Information Office
via Fausta 406a
Cavallino-Treporti (VE)
Tel. +39 041 8626322

How to get there

The V. Pisani Battery Museum is located at Via V. Pisani 40 in the hamlet of Ca’ Savio, municipality of Cavallino-Treporti in the province of Venice.
Arriving by car or tourist bus on the A4 freeway, take the Venice exit and follow the signs for “Mare” and then Cavallino-Treporti.
Arriving by ATVO public transport take line 23 to the Ca’ Savio/ via Livenza stop, then continue on foot through via Livenza for about 750m.


The V. Pisani Battery Museum is accessible to people with motor disabilities, both in the external area and in the internal area of the exhibitions. An exception is the telemetric tower which has an external flight of stairs, reconstructed on the original. From the parking lot to the Museum entrance, the route is wide and on gravel.


We invite you, before visiting the V. Pisani Battery, to observe the following notes:

– Minors must be accompanied by a parent or adult responsible for them.
– Pets are not allowed. Dogs and cats are allowed only of small size in your arms or inside a special bag. Exceptions are guide dogs for the blind provided they are on a leash and muzzled.
– Drinks and food cannot be consumed inside the structure except in the dedicated spaces.
– The use of cigarettes and electronic cigarettes is forbidden (including indoor open area).
– It is recommended to wear appropriate clothing (not skimpy, not in a bathing suit, not shirtless).
– Children should be supervised by their parents at all times and held by the hand if they are small.
– We invite you to adopt appropriate behavior (not dangerous), do not leave the visitor routes and / or go beyond the protective barriers of the terraces and turrets.
– Photography without flash is allowed, except where expressly prohibited.
– It is forbidden to make video recordings and audio recordings if not authorized.
– The Cavallino-Treporti Municipality and the Cavallino-Treporti Tourist Park Consortium are released from any liability for damage to persons or property caused by failure to comply with the above points..

The staff thanks you for your cooperation!