"Ca' Rezzonica: Inside" Ca' Rezzonico Tip by darkjedi

Ca' Rezzonico, Venice: 14 reviews and 33 photos

Ca' Rezzonico was acquired by City Council of Venice to display the vast collections of 18th century Venetian art, which lack of space prevented its display in the Correr Museum. The beautiful Palazzo is now the museum of 18th century Venice and is located on the Grand Canal in the Dorsodura District. Access to this museum is via its named Waterbus stop but you have to wander a few alleyways to find the entrance. The Palazzo contains not only paintings but also frescoes, furniture, statuary, and many other artifacts from opulent 18th-century Venice. It also gives us access to some great views of the Grand Canal and the neighborhood. The most impressive room inside Ca' Rezzonico is the ballroom, the largest existing room in a private Venetian residence, measuring 14m by 25m.

Address: Dorsoduro 3136
Directions: The nearest vaporetto station is "Ca' Rezzonico" but palace can be reached just via Campo San Barnaba and is about a three minute walk.
Phone: +39 041 2410100
Website: http://carezzonico.visitmuve.it/en/home/

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Mar 16, 2008
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