The Juliet’s House Museum is located in a solid mediaeval building which had been perhaps the home of the “Dal Cappello” family since the 13th century. The street was named after them and their emblem is carved in relief in the keystone of the inner arch of the courtyard.
Throughout the centuries, the entire complex underwent numerous restoration and renovation works, and changed hands several times. Meanwhile, the legend and the popular belief that identified it as the birthplace of Juliet Capulet kept growing, and in 1907 the city of Verona considered it appropriate to acquire at least part of the mediaeval complex.
open on Mondays from 1.30pm to 7.30pm
Tuesday to Sunday from 8.30am to 7.30pm
(last admission at 6.45pm)
- full price: € 6,00
- reduced for groups, senior citizens (over 60) and students: € 4,50
- reduced for schools/children 8-14 years (only if accompanied): € 1,00
- combined Juliet’s House/Tomb: full price € 7,00 – reduced: € 5,00
- free admission: senior residents of the City of Verona (over 65) – disabled people and their carers – children up to 7 years of age – with VeronaCard pass