Ca 'Rezzonico - Museum of the Venetian eighteenth century
C a 'Rezzonico - Museo del Settecento Veneziano is one of the most fascinating Venetian museums. Overlooking the Grand Canal, it exhibits furnishings, paintings and sculptures.
On the ground floor of the Museo del Settecento Veneziano , around the entrance hall, visitor services are housed: information, ticket office, cloakroom, toilets, bookshop, cafeteria, lift. The large garden is also designed to accommodate small theatrical performances.
The Browning Mezzanine, accessed from the staircase next to the cafeteria, houses the works of the Mestrovich Collection, among which authors such as Iacopo Tintoretto and Bonifacio de 'Pitati stand out.
The tour of Ca 'Rezzonico - Museo del Settecento Veneziano starts from the grand staircase of honor designed by Giorgio Massari, on the side opposite the Grand Canal. On the first floor, through eleven rooms, it is possible to admire eighteenth-century paintings, sculptures and furnishings, as well as the precious decorative frescoes on the ceilings.
On the second floor, which opens with the portego of the paintings dominated by two early canvases by Canaletto, not to be missed are the room dedicated to the work of Longhi and the frescoes detached from the Villa Zianigo by Giandomenico Tiepolo.
Finally, on the third floor, in addition to the three rooms of the Ai do San Marchi Pharmacy , there is the precious Egidio Martini Art Gallery.