Ca' Rezzonico - 18th Century Venetian Art Museum in Venice
Why buy your tickets for Cà Rezzonico online?
- Visit a noble 18th century Venetian palazzo, where everything has remained as it was at the time: furniture, paintings and decorations... giving the impression it is still inhabited!
- Admire famous 18th century paintings in Venice with the works of landscape painters, such as Canaletto, Guardi and Carlevarijs, and Tiepolo’s frescoes from his residence on the mainland.
- With our ticket, you can book the date and time of the visit in advance, and you are sure to comply with 2021/2022 laws of access to museums.
- Choose the day of your visit, the time and the number of tickets.
- Fill in the form fields and check that all the information entered is correct.
- Download the voucher from the booking confirmation page or from the email you will receive after booking.
- Present your voucher, printed or on a smartphone, at the ticket office of Palazzo Mocenigo to receive your actual entry ticket.
- Adhere to your chosen day and time in order not to lose your reservation.
- Cancellation policies: these tickets cannot be changed or canceled and are non-refundable.
1) CA' REZZONICO - OPENING TIMES
Daily from 10.00 to 17.00 except Tuesday.
Closed: 25 December and 1 January
The time slots for visiting Cà Rezzonico reserved for our online tickets are:
10.00, 10.15, 10.30, 10.45, 11.00, 11.15, 11.30, 11.45, 12.00, 12.15, 12.30, 12.45, 13.00, 13.15, 13.30, 13.45, 14.00, 14.15, 14.30, 14.45, 15.00, 15.15, 15.30, 15.45, 16.00
2) CA' REZZONICO - TICKETS
Adult: € 11,00
Concession: € 9,50 children aged 6-14 accompanied by a parent, students aged 15-25 and over 65s
Gratuito: children up to 5 years
3) MUSEUM PASS VENICE
If you are interested in visiting other museums in Venice, choose the ‘Museum Pass’, an open-ended multiple ticket valid for 6 months, which allows you to visit Cà Rezzonico museum and 10 other museums in Venice at a very convenient price
4) CA' REZZONICO - GETTING THERE
The Museum of 18th-century Venice is located in Fondamenta Rezzonico, in Venice’s Dorsoduro district.
- arriving by train? It takes about 20 minutes on foot from Santa Lucia Train Station.
- arriving by bus or by car? From Piazzale Roma it takes about 15 minutes.
- arriving by vaporetto? At the train station or Piazzale Roma take line 1 and get off at the Rezzonico stop.
5) WHY VISIT CA' REZZONICO?
The Museum of 18th Century Venice housed in Cà Rezzonico recreates the setting of a noble 18th century Venetian residence. Everything is designed and arranged as if the palazzo were still inhabited, complete with original furniture and decorations and, on the walls, the works by the leading painters of the period.
Along the display in the three floors of the museum you will admire:
- on the Browning Mezzanine the works of the Mestrovich Collection, including paintings by artists such as Francesco Guardi, Jacopo Tintoretto, Benedetto Carpaccio and Cima da Conegliano donated to the Civic Museums by the Dalmatian collector Ferruccio Mestrovich.
- on the first floor eleven wonderful rooms, including the splendid Ballroom and the Salon of the Nuptial Allegory whose ceiling was frescoed by Giambattista Tiepolo. Noteworthy is also the furniture sculpted by Andrea Brustolon for the Venier family, considered the greatest masterpiece of early 18th century Venetian wood sculpture.
- on the second floor the ‘portego of paintings’, housing two paintings by Canaletto, the only ones by the artist belonging to the Civic Museums, and other famous Venetian landscape painters such as Francesco Guardi and Luca Carlevarijs. Next are a series of rooms dedicated to Tiepolo, one of the most important painters at Cà Rezzonico. The frescoes, coming from the Villa Zianigo, the artist's residence, are arranged in such a way as to recreate the original layout. The result is one of the most fascinating moments of the entire visit to the Museum of 18th century Venice.
- on the third floor the Pharmacy ai do San Marchi, an authentic Venetian pharmacy entirely transported here. Also on the third floor is the Egidio Martini Art Gallery, with works from the 15th to the 20th century, almost exclusively from the Venetian school, by Tintoretto, Cima da Conegliano, Alvise Vivarini, Palma il Giovane, Tiepolo, Longhi.