Doge's Palace

The Doge’s Palace is, by far, one of the densest tourist sights in Venice. At the same time, it is iconic for both the historical background and the cultural caliber... Doge's Palace

Correr Museum

The Correr Museum is managed by Fondazione Musei Civici Venezia (or MUVE), together with other notable sights of Venice, such as Palazzo Ducale, Torre dell’Orologio, the Natural History Museum of... Correr Museum

Ca’Pesaro International Gallery of Modern Art

The International Gallery of Modern Art of Venice is sheltered by the celebrated Ca’Pesaro, a historical edifice and an architectural landmark of the city located on the even more reputed... Ca’Pesaro International Gallery of Modern Art

Ca’Pesaro Oriental Art Museum

Just as the name suggests, the Ca’Pesaro Oriental Art Museum is located in the imposing Ca’Pesaro of Venice, on the upper floor of the building. Thus, a visit to the... Ca’Pesaro Oriental Art Museum

Ca'Rezzonico Museum of the 18th Century Venice

The Ca'Rezzonico Museum of the 18th Century Venice opened its gates to the public no sooner than 1936, in the namesake palazzo which faces the famed Grand Canal of Venice.... Ca'Rezzonico Museum of the 18th Century Venice

Natural History Museum of Venice

The Natural History Museum of Venice is yet another sight which enriches the huge tourist patrimony of the Grand Canal of Venice. The museum is located in the so-called Fondaco... Natural History Museum of Venice

Lace Museum

The Lace Museum is not located in Venice proper, but in the neighboring Burano. Burano is part of the Venetian Lagoon, but administratively speaking, it is distinct from the city... Lace Museum

Murano Glass Museum

Similar to the Lace Museum, the Murano Glass Museum, which is, it too, run by MUVE, is not located in Venice, but in Murano, an island which is, it too,... Murano Glass Museum

Fortuny Museum

Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo was retained by the history of art, one might say, as a revolutionary fashion designer, lighting engineer, painter and photography artist who had a great influence... Fortuny Museum

Carlo Goldoni House

Carlo Goldoni was one of the most prolific 18th century Venice-born playwrights who created some of the most valuable and popular plays of the time. For most of his life,... Carlo Goldoni House

Mocenigo Palace Museum

Another museum managed by Fondazione Musei Civici Venezia refers to the Mocenigo Palace Museum, which can be chiefly defined as a costume, textile and fashion museum. Indeed, by means of... Mocenigo Palace Museum

National Museum of Archeology

Located in Piazza San Marco and neighboring on the monumental Marciana Library, the National Museum of Archeology is one of the oldest museums in Venice. It was set up in... National Museum of Archeology

Monumental Rooms of the Marciana National Library

The Marciana National Library of Venice is a tourist sight the cultural value of which has been acknowledged since its foundation in the early 16th century. Its true the patrimony... Monumental Rooms of the Marciana National Library

Clock Tower

The celebrated Clock Tower of Venice is located, unsurprisingly, in Piazza San Marco. It is one of the most visible landmarks of the square, not necessarily by force of its... Clock Tower

Academy Galleries

The Academy Galleries or, briefly put, the Academy (Accademia, in Italian), are the ultimate destination for fine art lovers who happen to visit Venice. This museum retraces the history of... Academy Galleries

Grimani Palace Museum

In Venice there are two Grimani palaces: the so-called Palazzo Grimani di Santa Maria Formosa and Palazzo Grimani di San Luca (the latter being the headquarters of the city’s Court... Grimani Palace Museum

Giorgio Franchetti Gallery at Ca' d’Oro

Venice is famed for its stunning range of more or less finely preserved palaces, but the so-called Ca’ d’Oro (which would literally translate as the Golden House) is one of... Giorgio Franchetti Gallery at Ca' d’Oro

Peggy Guggenheim Collection

While searching out in depth the Grand Canal of Venice which, for that matter, is the ultimate tourist hotspot of the city, visitors can just as well make time to... Peggy Guggenheim Collection

Jewish Community Museum of Venice

The history of the Jewish community in Venice goes back to the early 11th century. First established on the island of Giudecca in Dorsoduro, and later cast away (from political,... Jewish Community Museum of Venice

Naval History Museum

Venice has long been a feared maritime power in the Mediterranean Sea. The so-called Arsenale (which is now used to military purposes, being closed to the public at large) was... Naval History Museum

Wagner Museum

Richard Wagner, just like plenty other worldwide renowned literates and artists, was drawn to Venice, which is why he used to stay here for long periods of time. His love... Wagner Museum

Diocesan Museum of Sacred Art of Venice

Venice is a tourist destination famed for the richness of its architectural landscape. Much of the historical patrimony consists of churches which date back to the Middle Ages and to... Diocesan Museum of Sacred Art of Venice

Museum of Icons

The Museum of Icons of Venice is located in Castello, and it is run by the Hellenic Institute. It was set up in 1959, and its chief collection consists of... Museum of Icons



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