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With a few clicks you can visit this beautiful palace that today hosts a museum of paintings, sculptures and eighteenth century furnishings, with canvas made by Canaletto, the frescoes removed from Villa Zianigo made by Giandomenico Tiepolo, and the Egidio Martini Art Gallery.
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IMPORTANT : If the time requested is not available, the museum will confirm a timetable different from the one you requested, but as close as possible to the one you requested.
(valid identity document needed at the entrance)
Available in Italian, English, French, Spanish and German.
There is a cloakroom where visitors can hand in umbrellas, large bags and backpacks.
There is one shop at the end of the path where it is possible to buy works of Italian and international publishers regarding also the Museum itself.
There is a café situated on the ground floor of the palace where you can taste a refined selection of coffees and pastries.
The Museum is completely accessible for disabled persons and it has also a specific lift and toilettes.
The Museum of the Venetian eighteenth-century houses reconstructions of environments with furnitures of that period, as well as important paintings made by Canaletto, Tiepolo, Tintoretto, Pietro Longhi, Francesco Guardi, and was inaugurated in 1936.
The palace was built starting from 1649 for the noble Bon family on a project of the Venetian architect Baldassare Longhena but unfortunately in 1682 was left unfinished due to his death and economic difficulties of the family. In the meanwhile Giambattista Rezzonico from Lombardy moved to Venice and in 1751 bought the building and entrusted its completion to Giorgio Massari (he built the magnificent staircase and dance hall) while the decoration was entrusted to Giambattista Crosato in collaboration with Pietro Visconti, Giambattista Tiepolo, Gaspare Diziani and Jacopo Guarana. However in 1810 the family was extinguished and so began a period of dispersions and loss; so the palace had several owners including the Browning family and the Count Lionello Hirschell de Minerbi who in 1935 gave it to the Municipality of Venice.