Ride boats around Venice Lagoon and the surrounding islands, hopping on and off at attractions of personal interest, which may include the Leonardo da Vinci Museum.
This excursion will give you complete freedom to explore the destinations that are most appealing to you. Simply hop on one of the boats and then hop off when it reaches an attraction of interest.
Boat Line A offers seven stops, including one at the Leonardo da Vinci Museum, which holds a collection of the genius' inventions. The machines on display were built according to da Vinci's designs, and you can test many of them, as they all work perfectly.
Other stops on Line A include St. Mark's Square, perhaps the most iconic location in Venice, which Napoleon famously called "the most beautiful drawing room in Europe." You can also visit Lido Island, a long thin sandbar that separates the Venetian Lagoon from the Adriatic Sea. The cruise terminal is another stop, which will allow you to return whenever you please.
Boat Line B offers three stops, all at neighboring islands. You can hop off a boat at Murano to watch the glass blowers, at Burano to see the colorful houses and at Torcello for a look at the mosaics in the Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta. As with all the stops, you can stay as long as you like and then hop on another boat when you are ready.