Ca' Rezzonico is a magnificent palace-turned-museum that offers a fascinating glimpse into the opulent lifestyle of Venetian nobility during the Baroque period. Located along the Grand Canal, this architectural gem houses a rich collection of art, furnishings, and decorative objects, immersing visitors in the grandeur of Venice's past. 

Ca' Rezzonico showcases the elegance and extravagance of 18th-century Venetian life. From its ornate façade to its lavishly decorated interiors, the palace reflects the wealth and artistic prowess of the Venetian aristocracy during the height of the Baroque era. 

Admire the architectural grandeur of Ca' Rezzonico as you enter its magnificent halls. The palace features elaborate frescoes, stucco decorations, and intricate ceiling paintings that exemplify the Baroque style. Explore the various rooms, including the grand ballroom, the sumptuous bedrooms, and the private chambers, each adorned with lavish furnishings and artwork. 

Ca' Rezzonico houses a diverse collection of art and historical artifacts that provide insights into Venetian culture and society. Marvel at the paintings by renowned artists such as Tiepolo and Longhi, examine the delicate glassware and intricate porcelain pieces, and appreciate the exquisite craftsmanship of the period. 

One of the highlights of Ca' Rezzonico is its picturesque Canal Terrace. Step outside and soak in panoramic views of the Grand Canal while enjoying the serene ambiance. The terrace offers a unique vantage point to observe the bustling water traffic and the magnificent palaces lining the canal. 

As you wander through the museum's rooms, you'll gain a deeper understanding of Venetian life and history. Learn about the social customs, traditions, and the cultural milieu that shaped the city's aristocracy, and appreciate the role of the Rezzonico family in Venetian society.

Ca' Rezzonico provides a captivating journey into the opulence and grandeur of Venetian Baroque art and lifestyle. From its stunning architecture to its impressive collection, the palace-museum offers an immersive experience that transports visitors back to the golden age of Venice.

Ca’ Rezzonico




Dorsoduro 3136, 30123 Venice


+39 041 2410100


+39 041 2410100


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Entrance Fee:

Reduced Ticket: 7,50 euro * Children aged from 6 to 14; students aged from 15 to 25; visitors over 65; holders of the Rolling Venice Card; holders of ISIC – International Student Identity Card. Free entrance: Venetian citizens and residents; children aged from 0 to 5; disabled people with helper; tourist guides enabled in Italy accompanying groups or individual visitors; for groups of at least 15 people, 1 free entrance (only with prior booking); accompanying teachers of school groups (up to 2 teachers per group); ICOM members; MUVE ordinary partners; MUVE Friend Card holders; holders of Art Pass Venice Foundation and Membership Card Venetian Heritage Foundation (valid for two people); members of “Amici dei Musei e Monumenti Veneziani”. Check the partnerships of The Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia > Family Offer: reduced ticket for all family paying members, for families of two adults and at least one child (up to 14) School Offer: 4,00 euro per person (valid for entrance 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, valid also for up to two people accompanying the group. Audioguide (only at ticket office): 4 euro (for one person)

Operating hours:

from November 1st to March 31st 10.30 am – 4.30 pm (ticket office 10.30 am – 4 pm) from April 1st to October 31st 10.30 am – 6 pm (ticket office 10.30 am – 5.30 pm) Closed on Tuesday

Ca' Rezzonico (Museum of 18th century Venice) photos: 
  • Ca'Rezzonico
  • Ca'Rezzonico Canal Grande
  • Ca'Rezzonico Il Convegno diplomatico
  • Ca'Rezzonico Sala del Parlatorio
  • Ca'Rezzonico Salone da ballo
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