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Martina Vidal Venezia Burano 0.8 mi away
#1 of 4 Museums in Burano
The store is beautifully presented with an amazing collection of lace in both contemporary and old world designs.
Excellent products, high craftsmanship and products made with attention to every smallest detail.
Museo del Merletto Burano 0.9 mi away
#2 of 4 Museums in Burano
The museum provides a detailed history of the development of this art form, with examples of the various types of lace and its utilization throughout history.
... schools (in which you can sit for the full effect, which my daughter really enjoyed), as well as paintings from different eras to show how the different forms of lace on display would have appeared at the time.
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#1 of 2 Museums in Torcello
Roman columns and early Christian artifacts makes the entrance inspiring.
Doge's Palace Venice 5.9 mi away
#1 of 160 Museums in Venice
Designed to impress any and all foreign dignitaries visiting Venice, the Doge's Palace has features that are bound to impress and fascinate anyone who ventures into this amazing treasure trove of history and art.
Formidable architecture, a majustuous palace with many arches; very nice paintings, Masterpieces by Klimt, Judith II, Kandinsky and also Chagall; Many history of 8 hundert years has this wonderful palace, you can...
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#2 of 2 Museums in Torcello
The Casa Museo, dedicated to the many-sided and groundbreaking artist Lucio Andric, is a unique place in the Laguna, where art, a stunning panorama and the history of Venice meet.
We enjoyed hearing him very much and it was so good to hear a resident of the island and a nephew of the artist talk about the history and the artwork.
New Murano Gallery Venice 4.3 mi away
#8 of 160 Museums in Venice
The real surprise was viewing their gallery - exquisite craftsmanship everywhere - from the building itself, the superb and unbelievably unique, experimental and beautiful glass sculptures - everything spoke of th...
Thank you to the very kind & handsome owner, the highly-skilled artisan glassblowers, the most-cordial showroom guides, the stalwart captains of those famous mahogany floating 'limousines' which can transport you...
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Angelo Vitturi Burano 0.8 mi away
#3 of 4 Museums in Burano
Vetreria Murano Arte - VMA Venice 4.6 mi away
#6 of 160 Museums in Venice
We had a fantastic visit where we met the master who created our wonderful angels they are exquisite works of art and we thank you all
Stumbled onto this gem and had a very good day exploring the range of products as well as experiencing their masters demonstrating the art of glass making.
N galleria Burano 0.9 mi away
#4 of 4 Museums in Burano
#3 of 160 Museums in Venice
First the shop is beautiful after it's the discovery of watercolors that touch your heart (colors, drawing) I framed the drawings I brought back and as soon as I look at them I feel like I'm there it's magical ...
Her sketches and prints of bridges, stairways and the unique architecture of Venice now adorn our walls at home as a reminder of our fantastic adventure.
Guarnieri Glass Factory Murano 4.6 mi away
#1 of 11 Museums in Murano
I have always loved Murano glass and wanted to see where it was made, well I did last week and watched an amazing demonstration of how they make these beautiful pieces, my husband and I then went to their shop the...
A well worth visit to see the ancient art of glass blowing, and yes we did buy a beautiful glass vase which they packed suitably for our journey home and it did arrive in one piece at its destination.
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Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Altino Quarto D'Altino 3.1 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Quarto D'Altino
The history of Altino is very rich and deep and this museum deserves more recognition.
Very interesting and beautiful museum.
La Bottega dei Mascareri Venice 6.1 mi away
#2 of 160 Museums in Venice
Though it's a small shop, it has the best collection of masks handcrafted by the owners who also keep pictures of famous celebrities.
It's the perfect souvenir from Venice and it will remind us for many years of the great time we had in this city.
#9 of 160 Museums in Venice
Hidden next to a bridge on a side canal, the building of the Scuola houses some of the most beautiful paintings of the Renaissance painter Vittore Carpaccio (around 14651525/26 ) Three paintings he dedicated to th...
It is well worth seeking out this small, dark chapel, about ten minutes' walk from the San Zaccaria vaparetto stop down some atmospheric alleyways.
Museo di Palazzo Grimani Venice 5.6 mi away
#11 of 160 Museums in Venice
Originally built by the Venetian Goge Antonio Grimani, the palace was redesigned and enlarged between 1532 and 1569 in Roman style to be a fitting home for the family's large collection of antiquities.
It was decorated by Florentine and Roman artists, so it has a different feel from the Venetian palazzi.
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Natural History Museum Venice 5.8 mi away
#10 of 160 Museums in Venice
The Natural History Museum in Venice showcases the vast amount of artefacts collected by Venetians over the centuries, as they explored the world and valued its treasures.
The museum is extremely well presented, interesting layouts tell a narrative story of evolution and there are plenty of interesting skeletons, stuffed animals, tribal artifacts and more.
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#4 of 160 Museums in Venice
A wonderful gem of a collection of modern art enhanced by a brilliant tour by our guide, Molly, who took us on a comprehensive journey through the stages of development of this exciting period in art history.
The museum hosts an amazing permanent collection of modern and contemporary art, names like Jenny Holzer, Alexander Calder, Magritte, Picasso and the rivals, including artworks specially commissioned by Peggy hers...
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Ca' Rezzonico Venice 6.3 mi away
#5 of 160 Museums in Venice
This palace oozes baroque grandeur and its stunning interior rooms and chambers are filled with the most delightful and enchanting paintings and sculptures, books, prints, murals, ceramics and cartoons.
The Ca' Rezzonico is a 17th century Palace, that houses the museum of 18th century Venice, and is situated by the Ca' Rezzonico ferry terminal on the south bank of the Grand Canal We got entry via our Unica Venezi...
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Casa dei Tre Oci Venice 6.3 mi away
#7 of 160 Museums in Venice
Escape the crowds - we visited and enjoyed seeing this modern neo gothic palace on Guidecca vaporetto stop in front Tre Oci.
Built by painter/photographer Mario de Maria as a studio/house, the structure is now owned by a foundation that promotes 20th-century art.
Ca' d'Oro Venice 5.7 mi away
#16 of 160 Museums in Venice
Amazing how thry lived in this magical city centuries ago, riding up to your home by water, there's also a rear entrance unto the walks ways of Venice, with a beautifully crafted door.
The museum instead , hosts the great Franchetti collection with famous artists such as Tiziano frescous ( removed by Fondaco dei Tedeschi building ) , paintings by Francesco Guardi , the Venus by Paris Bordon , th...
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Museo Querini Stampalia Venice 5.7 mi away
#19 of 160 Museums in Venice
The Querini Stampalia is a beautiful museum, housing an exquisite collection of art and furniture pieces, with architectural additions and detailing (including the garden 'scape) designed by Carlos Scarpa.
This fantastic museum is a time warp of 18th century Venice will all its rooms filled with priceless paintings, sculptures, frescoes, period furniture, porcelain & textiles.
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#15 of 160 Museums in Venice
The building houses an amazing collection of paintings by Gustav Klimt etc with statues, some more beautiful that others: you have there a replica probably of The thinker by Rodin etc. Gorgeous building and museum...
It has a wonderful collection of Japanese art on the top floor and a nice but small collection of sculpture including a Rodin and paintings including a Klimpt and a Max Ernst.
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#12 of 160 Museums in Venice
A real insight into Venetian history and at the same time, a great space to experience contemporary art! Helpful staff, free lockers for bags and a good bookshop also on site.
If you love textiles, you will appreciate this palazzo and the exhibition detailing all the works of Fortuny - paintings, textiles etc.. Also, great views over the rooftops from the top floor.
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Palazzo Mocenigo Venice 5.8 mi away
#18 of 160 Museums in Venice
Palazzo Mocenigo is today museum of fabric, costume and perfume but it is inside an original and authentic XVI century aristocratic building that remains the same since last centuries witnessing history, art, cult...
The rooms of the grand house are much as they would have been in the 17th and 18th centuries, all red plush and chandeliers, and they have a lived-in air compared to the marble palazzi.
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Mazzega Glass Factory Murano 4.3 mi away
#2 of 11 Museums in Murano
We were able to see how glass ornaments were blown and have been admiring beautiful chandeliers, venetian mirrors, and of course the incredible statues by Murano artists.
I loved hanging around with Stefano talking shop and learning all about century old techniques and how different families working there or different family members were experts in different techniques that go back...
Museo Correr Venice 6.0 mi away
#17 of 160 Museums in Venice
... to the history of Venice is exceptionally valuable, (and very useful to see before visiting the Doge's Palace as it provides an excellent historical context) The Archeology Museum merits a separate visit in it...
... 1814 and is richly appointed with beautiful architecture and frescoed ceilings and paintings and an almost complete collection of Venetian coins from the foundation of the city state to the end of the Doges rule.
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San Marco 801 Venice 5.8 mi away
#20 of 160 Museums in Venice
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Museo del Vetro Murano 4.1 mi away
#3 of 11 Museums in Murano
... artists) - am very happy I went in, it's great, well done, has spectacular objects and most of all a nice journey from traditional and historical to modern and even contemporary, from design to art in glass.
The museum tells the story of glass making, from it's Syrian origins through Murano's early days, where the artisans developed the incredible techniques that created the bedrock of Venice's wealth.
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Museo della Musica Venice 6.2 mi away
#13 of 160 Museums in Venice
The amount of instruments on display at San Giacomo di Rialto Church is about half of this “Antonio Vivaldi and His Time" collection in Church of San Maurizio.)
A very small, but with great collection, free museum of Italian string music instruments and the evolution of their structure.
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Gallerie dell'Accademia Venice 6.4 mi away
#14 of 160 Museums in Venice
... going for the Titians,Veronese,Tintoretto and other minor art names A superbly well displayed renovation and don’t forget to hunt out the “Tempest” unique restoration canvas which inspired all other art to come?!
Wonderful large museum of mostly religious art from the 14th to the 18th centuries, air conditioning in summertime was appreciated, the information cards in most rooms provide adequate information for the casual v...
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