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Museums in Venice

Marciana National Library

Also known as St Mark's Library, as it lies in the famous square of the same name, the Marciana National Library is one of the most important in Italy.

It is particularly renowned for its collection of Greek, Latin and Oriental manuscripts, which are among the greatest in the whole world. The architectural structure, by Jacopo Sansovino, is also impressive and adds to the beauty of one of the most famous squares.


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Correr Museum

Correr Museum

Correr Museum in Venice

 

The Correr Museum was born in the nineteenth century and has been moved twice since then, as the ever-growing collection became too large for the rooms it was originally housed in.

Its current position in the Napoleonic wing of the Procuratie, in the heart of the city, in its most symbolic square, gives the museum the prestige it deserves.

 

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Fortuny Museum - Ca' Pesaro

Ca' Pesaro

Ca' Pesaro museum in Venice

 

The palace, built in the fifteenth century, takes its name from its last owner, the catalan artist Mariano Fortuny. Today it is a museum of photography and contemporary and experimental arts.

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Peggy Guggenheim Museum

The Peggy Guggenheim Museum

Guggenheim museum in Venice

 

Located in the charming Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, this small museum is a little treasure for art lovers: it holds important artworks by famous artists, such as Picasso, Magritte and Pollock.
 

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Venice Academy Gallery

If you love art, and particularly admire the Venetian school, you cannot miss this museum. Nowhere else will you find a richer collection of paintings by masters like Titian, Tintoretto, Carpaccio, GIovanni Bellini and Giorgione. The famous drawing of the Vitruvian Man by Leonardo is also kept here.

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Museum of Natural History

From the charming Grand Canal rises a wonderful palace, the Fonteco dei Turchi. Today the palace hosts the Museum of Natural History: an amazing journey through the mysteries of nature, across the ages.

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Glass Museum (Murano)

You can't visit Venice without seeing the world-famous Murano glass. These little islands of Venice also host a museum dedicated to this centuries-old art, with an archeological collection showing pieces from the Roman Empire.

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Lace Museum (Burano)

Burano Lace School

Visit Lace Museum in Venice

 

If Murano means glass, Burano means Lace. This group of small islands within the city of Venice represent one of the greatest attractions for visitors, because of its colourful houses and its long tradition of lace manufacturing. The museum shows over 200 pieces from the prestigious school, dating from up to 500 years ago.

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