If you are not a fan of Tintoretto or religious art, I don't think you will find this site a good value at ten Euro. To start, the architecture of the place is amazing. The first floor has a number of beautiful wall paintings and a small temporary exhibit on the famous frescoes in Padova. The famous Tintoretto ceiling paintings are on the second floor. It is unfortunately a bit dark, which makes it harder to enjoy the paintings. Additionally, the audit guide has very good content. However, they provide ear buds vs. head phones. I have small ears and the ear buds were very difficult to use.
Don't forget to visit the San Rocco church right next door - it's small but beautiful!
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