Until the fall of the Republic this typical Longhena Palace was a befitting setting for many large receptions. In 1934 it was bought by the city and a museum on the 18th century was installed.
If you ever wanted to know how people lived in the era of Baroque and Rococo, then you found the right place: furniture, paintings, mirrors, tapestries, dishes and the like has been gathered from various palaces and exhibited really impressive.
A complete bedroom with dressing room and boudoir, including 58-piece toiletry bag waiting for you to watch! Furthermore extravagant furniture, imaginative chandeliers and mirrors from Murano, a puppet theater and a pharmacy, a two-storey ballroom, magnificent ceiling painted by Tiepolo, pictures by Pietro Longhi, the so called Molière of painting.
In a word - immerse yourself in the atmosphere of a glorious and magnificent century.
• 1st April - 31th October 10 – 18.00
• 1st Nov - 31th March 10 – 17.00
• Closed on Tuesdays, 25 Dec. 1st, January and 1st May
Ticket office closes 1 hour earlier
• € 8 -
• € 5.50 for youth (6-14), students (15-29), seniors (over 65)
• Free for children (0-5) and Disabled
The vaporetto ACTV line 1, stop Ca' Rezzonico