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Peggy Guggenheim Collection

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Nicholas N wrote a review Oct 19
25 contributions45 helpful votes
One of the least inspired collections of modern art we have seen. Not very interesting works, especially from some of the greats. It was like looking at a set of worn 1950s era furniture in someone's grandma's house. Evidently, there are better works that were not on display, pray tell why not, if you're charging us an exorbitant admission fee. Having just spent 4 months in Italy we are mystified as to how this could be in the top 10 museums most visited in Italy. The best part was when they let us out for some fresh air next to the Grand Canal. We didn't want to go back inside for more standing in line for 5 to 10 minutes at every single room to see drab art, but there was no other way.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Dominik wrote a review Oct 19
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We had a reservation for 16.20, so there wasn’t much time until it closes at 18.00. When we arrived on time we were told to wait it the courtyard in front of the ticket office. At 16.30 we were told , that there is another wait for at least 30 to enter the exhibition after the purchase of the ticket. As there we had several people ahead of us in the queue, we would have had less than 1 hour in the exhibition. Make the reservation was a complete waste of time. Considering Venice is not very busy at the moment, it is mind boggling how badly they are organized
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Date of experience: October 2020
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zurichgrad wrote a review Oct 13
Zurich, Switzerland311 contributions149 helpful votes
We were very happy with our visit here, both for the stunning quality of the art but also for the experience of the building including the beautiful balcony on the grand canal. Only issue is that tickets are very quite limited in Covid times, so do reserve online in advance.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Ellie H wrote a review Oct 8
Kent, United Kingdom20 contributions18 helpful votes
If you enjoy modern art it’s definitely worth visiting. Very good with social distancing and covid measurements too.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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AJ66 wrote a review Oct 6
London, United Kingdom84 contributions96 helpful votes
The highlight of the visit was the visit to the terrace overlooking the Grand Canal. The queues and wait to move around each room was long and so cannot be rushed as they only allow people into each room one/tow at a time. Took too long to go round and art was not that interesting.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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