ACCADEMIA GALLERY: Contains works by Carpaccio, Bellini and Tintoretto, numerous collections bequeathed by private individuals such as Molin, Contarini, Manfrin and important works such as “Tempest” by Giorgione, together with plaster models of ancient statues and masterpieces rescued following suppression of the religious institutions in the 19th century.
CORRER MUSEUM: Situated partly in the Ala Napoleonica and partly in the Procuratie Vecchie in Piazza San Marco, the Correr Museum offers enthralling opportunities to discover the art and history of Venice. The Ala Napoleonica, 19th century seat of kings and emperors, contains works by the most important sculptor of the time, Antonio Canova. In the Procuratie Vecchie, seat of the highest officials of the Venetian magistracy, visitors can explore various aspects of Venetian civilisation, public and everyday life, maritime exploits and festivals. It also includes masterpieces of ancient Veneto art.
PEGGY GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM: The Peggy Guggenheim collection is Italy's most important museum of European and American art from the first half of the 20th century. The museum is housed in Palazzo Venier dei Leoni on the Canal Grande, once home of Peggy Guggenheim, niece of Solomon Guggenheim, the rich American industrialist and art collector. The museum contains Peggy Guggenheim's personal collection and other contemporary collections.
CA’PESARO INTERNATIONAL MODERN ART GALLERY: Masterpiece of Venetian Baroque architecture commissioned by the Pesaro family and designed by Longhena, it now houses the Modern Art Gallery. It is one of the grandest and most elegant of the palazzi lining the Canal Grande and contains important 19th and 20th century collections of paintings and sculptures by great artists such as Klimt, Chagall, Kandinsky, Klee, Matisse and More.
MUSEUM OF THE VENETIAN SETTECENTO - CA’ REZZONICO: Ca’ Rezzonico is one of the most beautiful and most visited palazzi in Venice. Looking out over the Canal Grande, it contributes to the charm of the world's "best built street". It includes an extraordinary reconstruction of the inside of a stately home from 18th century Venice. In Venetian Baroque style, it now houses the Museum of the Settecento with important works by painters from the Venetian Settecento such as Tiepolo, Carriera, Longhi, Guardi, Canaletto and others.
VENICE NAVAL HISTORY MUSEUM: The Venice Naval History Museum represents the historical memory of the feats, personalities and craft of the Serenissima and the Italian Military Navy, as well as those of the other Maritime Republics. An entire room is dedicated to the Bucentaur, the Doge's famous ceremonial galley from which, each year on Ascension Day, the Doge threw a ring into the lagoon to symbolise Venice's marriage to the sea.
CA’ D’ORO: Ca’d’Oro was built in the first half of the 15th century by Marino Contarini and is another symbol of Venice. In late Gothic style, it looks out over the Canal Grande. It contains paintings by great masters such as Bellini, Carpaccio, Mantegna, Titian, Giorgione, Tintoretto, Guardi, Van Eyck and other Flemish and German artists, Venetian ceramics, Renaissance marbles, bronzes, Greek and Roman statues and fragments.
PALAZZO GRASSI: Palazzo Grassi, designed and built by architect Giorgio Massari, is one of the most beautiful 18th century palazzi along the Canal Grande. It contains internationally important collections of modern and contemporary art and is a venue for numerous cultural initiatives.
PALAZZO FORTUNY: Gothic style palazzo originally belonging to the Pesaro family and later bought by Mariano Fortuny as his home and also to house exhibitions of photographs, scenery, paintings and fabric creations. Donated to Venice City Council by Mariano Fortuny's widow, it conserves all the artist's collections, fruit of his eclectic work, divided into subjects - photographs, light, painting, fabric and important dresses.
MURANO GLASS MUSEUM