Venezia città magica e misteriosa, città della cultura e dell'arte.

Giorgio Franchetti Gallery at Ca' d'Oro

Cà D'OroLocated in the Cà d’Oro, the most beautiful Gothic palace on the Grand Canal, the Giorgio Franchetti Gallery displays sculptures, bronzes, ceramics, furniture and paintings from the Tuscan, Flemish and Venetian schools. 
Many works are Mantegna’s, Giorgione’s, and Tiziano’s and come from the Fondaco dei Tedeschi.

Fortuny Museum

Museo FortunyThe museum is located in the ancient Gothic palace that goes by the same name, in campo San Beneto, previously owned by the Pesaro family, later purchased by Mariano Fortuny
Fortuny had it in mind to make it his atelier for photographs, scenography and scenotechnique, the creation of fabbric and painting: of all these functions the building only conserved rooms and structures, upholstery and collections.

National Archaelogical Museum

Museo CorrerThe Archaeological Museum in St Mark’s Square hosts an important collection of Greek and Roman sculptures, ceramics, coins and stones.  It also preserves the archaeological collection of Museo Correr, which covers Egyptian and Assyro-Babylonian antiquities.

Historical Naval Museum

Museo Storico NavaleFounded in 1919 after 1st World War, the Historical Naval museum of Venice is located in Campo St Biagio, close  to the Ancient Arsenal of Venice, in a building that used to be the city’s granary and is still, nowadays, under the Italian Military’s jurisdiction. 
The museum is the most important one of its type in Italy.

Civic Museum of Natural History

Fondaco dei TurchiThe Natural History museum is located on the Grand Canal, on the so called Fontego dei Turchi. It is one of the most famous civic buildings in Venice.  It contains a great number of naturalistic and ethnographical collections, a centre for studies on the lagoon and a rich library.

Museum of Historical Fabrics and Costumes

Palazzo MocenigoPalace Mocenigo, at San Stae, is a stunning example of architecture in Venice at the beginning of the XVII century, and it holds precious decorations and paintings from the 1700s.
It constitutes the lodgings of the Study Centre of Fabrics and Costumes and a Museum of the same name.

Grassi Palace

Palazzo GrassiLocated in Campo St Samuele in Venice, the Grassi Palace is one of the most famous Venetian residences.  Its construction started in 1745 and probably finished in 1772.

Peggy Guggenheim Collection

Peggy Guggenheim CollectionThis is Peggy Guggenheim’s collection of American and European art from the1900s. 
Its is located  in the Venier dei Leoni palace, an unfinished building on the Grand Canal, that for thirty years was the heiress’s house.

Querini Stampalia Museum

Stanza Museo Querini StampaliaThis is the home and museum of an ancient aristocratic Venetian family, the Querini.  It holds more than 400 paintings of Venetian, Italian and foreign schools.  This house, located in Campo Santa Maria Formosa, next to the church of the same name, is witness to the Venetian style of life of the XVIII century.

Accademia Galleries

Gallerie dell'AccademiaThe monumental complex of the Accademia Galleries is set in the famous Scuola Grande di Santa Maria della Carità, one of the most ancient lay confraternities in the city. The others church of St Mary and the monastery of the Lateran Canons, built by Andrea Palladio.  The exhibition of paintings is set within the Accademia Galleries and constitutes the most important collection of Venetian paintings from the IV Byzantine and Gothic centuries to Renaissance artists and 1700s landscape painters. 

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