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Reviewed January 5, 2020

It is like a smaller version of the Doge, good collection of arts in a well preserved historic palace.

Date of experience: December 2019
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Reviewed December 8, 2019 via mobile

Cruising up and down the Grand Canal, the beauty and architecture of the buildings that line it was striking. Had to visit one of them to see what the interior looked like. The interior of this grand home is even more amazing than the exterior. What opulence. The palace is now a museum.

You get an inkling of the way of life of the residents of this grand home as you go from room to room. Paintings of famous artists, such as Canaletto and Tiepolo, are on display on the walls and ceilings.

My epiphany about the Italians: what's with the ceiling paintings? The Sistine Chapel is the prime example. I get a crick in the neck looking at them. Wouldn't it be nice if they had reclining chairs in these places?

Date of experience: October 2019
Thank margaretc007
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Reviewed November 29, 2019

La Serenissima at her best. ca Rezzonico is a beautiful palazzo on the Grand Canal not too far from the church of Santa Maria della Salute. This palazzo is a stunning showcase of 18th century Venice. The palazzo itself is beautiful, but so too, are the pieces of artwork housed here: Canaletto and Guardi among others. This place is easily reached by vaporetto, it stops right in front of the palazzo. There is a café on the ground floor for light meals and snacks. An added bonus is that this place is not inundated with crowds, thus making for an even more satisfying visit.

Date of experience: November 2019
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Reviewed November 20, 2019

This museum sits alongside the Grand Canal and we entered via the original main entrance fronting the canal. In the Tiepolo room is a ceiling by the master “Nobility and Virtue defeating Wickedness. In the Lazzarini room are 3 large baroque paintings “The Battle between Centaurs and Lapiths” by Molinari, “Orpheus Torn to Pieces by the Bacchantes” by Lazzarini an on the ceiling in this room is “Prometheus with the mirror” surrounded by 4 other paintings all by Maffei. The Grand Ballroom was a first in Venice as the upper floor was removed to create this magnificent room. On the ceiling is the Crosato painting “Apollo the sun god” In the throne room, lined in red velvet is a gilded wooden throne, created by Brustolon in the early 1700’s, intricately decorated with cherubs, sea-horses and sea-nymphs. This museum where you can see art, not just in paintings and fresco's but in furnishings as well. Gives a great look into the life of the Venetian nobility.

Date of experience: April 2019
1  Thank SoCalOregonian
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Reviewed October 20, 2019

The place for 18th Century art lovers! Not far from the Academmia, located on the Grand Canal... It is one of the top places for Tiepolo lovers as well as Guardi lovers... 3 floors with period rooms on the second amd paintings on the top floor... Elevator is on the right a short distance from where you come in...

Date of experience: September 2019
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