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The Ca’Rezzonico, dedicated to exploring and explaining 18th century Venice, is perhaps one of the lesser-known museums in the city. It’s also one of the most important and the most intriguing, offering a glimpse behind the scenes of life in Venice’s great days. The chequered history of the Ca’Rezzonico — passing from hand to hand as families grew wealthy then fell from power - is a micro-history of Venice itself.


The Ca' Rezzonico Gallery is closed every Tuesday, as well as on Christmas Day, New Year's Day, and May 1st. The museum opens at 11 AM with last entrance normally at 4 PM.

[Additional Ca' Rezzonico Gallery links]: Visitor information, Ca' Rezzonico Gallery location map, Google map


To reserve tickets for the Ca' Rezzonico, just fill out the booking form, give us a first and second preference for date and time (dates are in European DD/MM/YYYY format), supply us with credit card details, and we'll do the rest. There will be no charge whatsoever until we confirm your reservation. We'll then point you to our secure page, where you can print out your entry voucher. Print it out, take it with you to the gallery and present it at the ticket desk ... they will swap it for your entry ticket. As simple as that!

Please also be prepared to show some ID - It is sometimes difficult for Italian officials to understand that not all countries require their citizens to carry ID cards, if indeed they are issued in said countries at all. You will often find that nothing other than a Passport or Driving Licence (with photograph) will suffice.

4.3 stars out of 5 from 3 ratings.

5 stars
LD, Ireland
5th Jun 2017
It is very convienent to book in advance as I didn't need to worry about waiting.I always try to book in advance.
4 stars
DA, United States
2nd Aug 2016
The palace and artwork were quite nice, but the audio was not to be desired. The narrator only discussed the frescoes on the ceiling, rather that the people who lived there and other important facts about the place. The Grand Ballroom was spectacular, as well as the china exhibit. There is a very unique room of family portraits that was quite enjoyable. There are spectacular views of the Grand Canal from the upper floor.