The history of Venice by painting. You can see the years 1400-1600 with the painting in this museum. Take your time and a good manual to enjoy the place
This was so beautiful to walk through. The rooms are period pieces you see are wonderful. You move from room to room and the house looks so wonderful. The only exception to the list is the top floor, which was full of religious paintings. Just too many in one place. But then after looking at all the wonderful art in... More
We passed this building a number of times going up and down the Grand Canal and I loved the 'chunky' feel it had to it. I understand it is beautiful inside but we didn't have time to fit this in unfortunately. It is however, easily accessible from the vaporetta station. A great addition to the Grand Canal's waterline.
It is amazing to see the scales of these rooms with gorgeous painted ceilings. When we visited, there was a special exhibit with contemporary glass work complimenting the earlier artworks. There is an immense Murano glass chandelier that is well worth a visit.
I had been looking forward to visiting this palace, but was very disappointed when I did. There was very little furnishing..only the bedroom was fully furnished. Of course, the ceilings by Tiepolo are beautiful, and worth the visit, but I expected more. We DID have lunch here ( quite a tasty lasagna) from the museum café, eating outside on the... More
Based on the reviews, we thought we were going in a Venice palace with authentic furnishing. Only one room was nice and most furnishing wasn't authentic. Most came from other places in Venice and some was even from the 19th century.
Easy access from the vaparetto stop. Plenty to see but you can get a bit 'over-galleried'. My favourites were the Tiepolo frescoes of the white clothed, hunch-backed, hooked nosed clowns - not scary at all! And the Canaletto's and some of the more modern paintings upstairs - especially the ones from the 1930s. Unfortunately you have to go around all... More
Ca'Rezzonico lies of the Grand Canal and access is very easy from the water bus landing stage of the same name. The palazzo was designed by Baldassare Longhena in 1667 for the Bon family. It is now the Museo dei Settecento Veneziano or Museum of 18th Century Venice and was well restored in 2001. The Museum (just as much an... More
Stunning collection of art and authentic furnishings. Loved the chandelier. No queues and great value. A little hidden but worth finding.
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