Ca’ Rezzonico – Museum of XVIII-century Venetian art

Venezia, Fondamenta Rezzonico, Dorsoduro 3136

  • Address: Fondamenta Rezzonico, dorsoduro 3136
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  • Phone#: 041 2410100
  • Opening: From 1st november to 31th March:
    10am-5pm (ticket-office 10am-4pm)
    From 1st april to 31th october:
    10am-6pm (ticket-office 10am-5 pm)
    closed on:
    25th december
    1st January
    1st May
  • Price: Full price 10 €
    Reduced price: 7.50 € (id is required):
    children aged from 6 to 14; students aged from 15 to 25; coordinators (max. 2) for groups of children or students (min. 10); citizens over 65; staff of the Ministero dei Beni e delle attività culturali e del Turismo (MiBacT); holders of the Rolling Venice card; Fai members.

    Free entrance (id is required):
    Venetian citizens and residents; children aged from 0 to 5; disabled people with helper; authorized guides and interpreters accompanying groups or individual visitors; for groups of at least 15 people, 1 free entrance (only with prior booking); icoM members; MuVe ordinary partners; Servizio civile volunteers; MuVe Friend card holders; The cultivist cardholders (up to 3 more visitors).

    School offer 4 € per person (valid from September 1st to March 15th): for students of all schools levels accompanied by their teachers; a list of the students’ names must be provided by the school.

    Museum Pass (the cumulative ticket for the permanent collections of the Musei civici of Venice currently open and for those connected - Palazzo Fortuny and clock Tower not included -. This ticket is valid for 6 months and grants one single admission to each museum):
    Full price 24 €
    Reduced price 18 €

    Family ‘Museum Pass’ offer: 
    1 pass full price, the others at reduced tariff, for families of two adults and at least one child (aged 6 to 18)

    School ‘Museum Pass’ offer  (valid from September 1st to March 15th):
    10 € per person for students of all schools levels accompanied by their teachers; a list the students’ names must be provided by the school.
  • Transportation: Lines 1, 2, n (stop accademia)
    Line 1 (stop ca' Rezzonico)
The palace was built by Baldassarre Longhena for the Bon family starting from 1649 and draws on the famous model of the Sansovino Ca' Corner. Still unfinished at his death (1682), it was completed after being purchased by Giambattista Rezzonico in 1751. The work was entrusted to Giorgio Massari while the inner rooms were decorated by the greatest painters of the time: Giambattista Tiepolo, Gaspare Diziani and Jacopo Guarana.
In 1935 it was purchased by the Municipality which turned it into the Museum of XVIII-century Venetian art.