M9 – Museo del ‘900 is the first museum dedicated to the material history of the twentieth century in Italy and is the heart of an urban regeneration project carried out by the Venice Foundation in the center of Mestre.
Opened in December 2018, it belongs to a new generation of museums: it tells the story of everyone through the small and large transformations of the century (from everyday life to major social, economic, environmental and cultural changes) in a compelling way.
The permanent collection of the Museum presents the Italian twentieth century through the cultural heritage that the same century produced, with a wide use of images, audio and video installations, exploiting the possibilities offered by new technologies for the narration of contents, users and the immersion of the visit experience.
The Museum intends to be a house open to the territory and its communities, a permanent laboratory of the contemporary, capable of promoting reflections and actions on the present and the future, thanks to its program of temporary exhibitions, educational and training activities and a rich program of events.
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From Venice Mestre Railway Station: Tram Line 2, direction Mestre centre until the stop Villa Erizzo.
Tram Line 2, direction Mestre Centro, and get off at the stop via Cappuccina – Villa Erizzo, less than 200 meters from M9. Total journey time 15 minutes.
The nearest car parks to M9 are:
• Parking Costa
• Parking Candiani
• Parking Piazzale Leonardo da Vinci
• Parking Umberto I
From Piazzale Roma, you can take the Tram Line 1, direction Favaro, get off at the stop Mestre Centro, in Piazzale Cialdini, and walk the last stretch. Total journey time 15 minutes.
Lines 7, 7E, 4L, 4 that from Piazzale Roma converge towards the center of Mestre. Total journey time 20 minutes.