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Cà Rezzonico (historical museum)

Enjoy a free visit to 18th century Venice at Cà Rezzonico by using the Venice City Pass Best and save € 10.

Bild eines Platzes als Gemaelde im Museum Ca Rezzonico in Venedig am canal grande Gemaelde im Museum Ca Rezzonio in Venedig am Canal grande

The palace, Cà Rezzonico, was built in the Rennaissance style on the Canal Grande at the end of the 16th century. Nowadays, this majestic building is a museum that showcases Venice in the 18th century using pictures and furniture. Along with its ball rooms, chapel, and numerous ceiling frescos, you will get a glimpse into the splendor and decadence of the Venetian Republic. The palace was once the residence of Carlo Rezzonico and later, Pope Clemens XIII. It is also home (among other things) to a beautiful garden. 

Opening hours Cà Rezzonico

November – March
Daily: 10 am – 5 pm
Closed: Thursday

April – October
Daily:10 am – 6 pm
Closed: Thursday  

The museum Cà Rezzonico is open every day from 10 am to 5 pm in the months between November and March. From April to October, its opening hours are extended: 10 am to 6 pm every day. The palace is closed on Thursdays, all year round, as well as on 25 December 25 and 1 January.

Admission fee Cà Rezzonico

Adults: 10 €
Children (6 – 14 years old): 7,50 €

The admission fee for adults costs 10 Euros at the Cà Rezzonico, while for children ages 6 to 14, the admission fee is 7.50 €.  

Tickets Cà Rezzonico

Admission to Cà Rezzonico is included in the Venice City Pass Complete. 

Address Cà Rezzonico

Dorsoduro, 3136
30123 Venezia, Italy

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Directions Cà Rezzonico

Cà Rezzonico: Line 1

Special terms and conditions of Cà Rezzonico

Bags and backpacks may be checked at the entrance of the Palace.

Special Exhibitions 2018 and 2019

Giulia Lama. Painter and poetess 1681-1747
23 May – 3 September 2018

Guilia Lama, an underdog beyond the boundaries of Venice, though well known in her hometown. Unusual for a woman, she put emphasis upon creating historical paintings and densely filled compositions. Her style and characteristic is defined by powerful expressive three-dimensional artwork accompanied by force and colour. There is no precise way to explain her characteristic except her paintings that displays her independent attitude and courage to contrast.

Exhibition I Anton Maria Zanetti e I suoi pittori
29 September 2018 – 7 January 2019 

Highlights Cà Rezzonico

  • Located directly at the Canal Grande 
  • Exhibition about the splendor of the 18th century 
  • Opulent ceiling frescoes 

Attractions near Cà Rezzonico

The Cà Rezzonico Palace is located near the Canal Grande, at the mouth of Rio Barnaba. On the other side of the canal, you can visit the Malipero and Grassi Palaces as well as churches. 

You can get free admission to Cà Rezzonico as a holder of the Venice City Pass Complete.