From 3rd March 2020 monuments, museums and villas will reopen with a fixed number of entrances for each visit.
- OLYMPIC THEATRE AND CHURCH OF S. CORONA: max 25 visitors per turn
- BASILICA PALLADIANA e art exhibition RITRATTO DI DONNA: max 3 groups of 25 visitors each admitted per turn.
- PALAZZO CHIERICATI: max 20 visitors per group
- Natural History and Archaeological Museum and Risorgimento and Resistance Museum: 15 visitors per group
- GALLERIE D’ITALIA di PALAZZO LEONI MONTANARI.In order to avoid crowds, events, concerts, activities for adults and workshops for children, as well as group visits will be suspended, with a maximum of 30 visitors admitted per turn (that is, every 15/30 minutes). It is requested to keep a one-metre distance from each other while visiting the museum.
- JEWELLERY MUSEUM is also open, respecting the same criteria as the other museums, with a fixed number of entries per vist and keeping a one-metre distance from each visitor.
- PALLADIO MUSEUM max 25 visitors per turn, guided tours are forbidden to avoid close contact within the museum.
- DIOCESAN MUSEUM max 25 visitors per turn, guided tours are forbidden to avoid close contact within the museum.
- VILLA LA ROTONDA until 13 March, the winter hours for outdoor visits are from 10 to 12 and from 15 to 18. The official season starts again on Saturday, March 14 with indoor visits too, until further notice
- VILLA VALMARANA AI NANI reopens not allowing guided tours inside, but allowing fixed individual entrances
- VILLA GODI MALINVERNI is open in compliance with ministerial instructions
- VILLA CALDOGNO closed until 8th March included.
Churches are open for praying and individual visits, but guided tours are forbidden.
To sum up, there is a fixed number of entries, with the obligation to maintain a distance of 1 metre between persons for all locations. Guided tours are not allowed inside to avoid close contact, a criterion called DROPLET.