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Ca’ Rezzonico

Ca’ Rezzonico, now the Museum of Eighteenth-Century Venetian art, was designed for the aristocratic Bon family by the greatest of Venetian Baroque architects, Baldassare Longhena, and Giorgio Massari in 1649 – 1756. The most important painters in Venice were called upon to decorate the building: Giambattista Crosato, Pietro Visconti; Giambattista Tiepolo, Jacopo Guarana and Gaspare Diziani. The building was fully completed by 1758, when Giambattista Rezzonico's younger brother, Carlo, Bishop of Padua, was elected Pope under the name Clement XIII; this was the peak of the family's fortune. In 1935, the palazzo was finally sold to the Venice City Council and later was adapted to serve as the Museum of Eighteenth-Century Venetian art. Numerous eighteenth-century works that belonged to the other civic museums of Venice were concentrated in Ca' Rezzonico; the quality of the works exhibited, – by such artists as Giambattista and Giandomenico Tiepolo, Rosalba Carriera, Pietro Longhi, Canaletto, Francesco and Antonio Guardi – together with the extraordinary quality of the architecture and the setting, made Ca' Rezzonico a veritable temple of the Venetian Settecento: an age of splendour, dissipation and decadence, but undoubtedly one of the most lively and fertile seasons of modern art in Europe.


Ca’ Rezzonico, Museum of XVIII Century Art, Fondamento Rezzonico – Dorsoduro, 3136
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How to get there

If you’re coming to Venice by train
Directly outside the Venice train station are the landing-stages for the following vaporetti: Number 1, stop: Ca' Rezzonico

If you’re coming to Venice by car

...and parking at Piazzale Roma
vaporetti: Number 1, stop: Ca' Rezzonico;

...and parking at the Tronchetto Car Park
vaporetti: Number 2, San Tomà

...and parking at Punta Sabbioni
for Venice, take Number 1214, stop: San Zaccaria, then change to Number 1, stop: Ca' Rezzonico

...and staying on the Lido
from the S.M.Elisabetta landing-stage take the following vaporetto: Number 1, stop: Ca' Rezzonico

If you’re coming to Venice by plane

...and taking the bus to Piazzale Roma

Number 5 ACTV, ot the ATVO Air Terminal shuttle. From Piazzale Roma, vaporetto: Number 1, stop: Ca' Rezzonico

...and taking the Alilaguna water bus to Venice
you reach Venice with (Blue line)AEROPORTO-S.Marco, then from the San Zaccaria landing-stage take vaporetto Number 1, stop: Ca' Rezzonico

Opening times

10 am - 5pm (ticket-office 10 am - 4 pm)

Closed on Tuesdays


Single ticket
full price 6,50 euro

reduced 4,50 euro
children aged 6 to 14; students* aged 15 to 29; escorts (max. 2) for groups of children or students (min. 10); citizens over 65; staff* of the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali; holders of the "Rolling Venice Card"; FAI members

free entrance
Venetian residents; children aged 0-5; disabled people with escort; authorised guides*; interpreters accompanying groups; 2 free tickets every 25 tickets with prior bookings (non-school groups); teachers who accompany their school groups; I.C.O.M. members.

* I.D. required

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