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Tickets for Palazzo Mocenigo

A museum of fabrics and costumes, and a trip through Venice's noble past

Mocenigo Palace-Museum
Open Today 11:00 - 17:00
Flexible ticket: cancellable up to 24 hours before visit date (if selected)
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Wheelchair accessible: Only the ground floor is accessible, toilets are not
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Overview

Highlights

  • See amazing frescoes and 18th-century furniture in a grand palazzo near the Church of San Stae
  • Explore the lifestyle, clothing and activities of Venetian nobility between the 17th and 18th centuries
  • See mannequins in period garments and explore five rooms devoted to perfume and multi-sensory experiences

Description

Palazzo Mocenigo's opulent insides are mostly unchanged from the 18th century, when the elite would gather for parties under its glimmering chandeliers.

Get a taste of how the noble citizens lived their privileged lives, from the main floor's historic fashion, to an exhibition on the art of scent making – Venice was once the capital of perfume!

See mannequins in period garments and lavish accessories, and don't miss Jacopo Guarana's Nuptial Allegory ceiling (1787) in the Green Living Room.

Ticket

What's included

Admission to the palace

Amendment policy

  • Changes are possible for this ticket

Venue

Opening hours

Mocenigo Palace-Museum
Saturday 11:00 - 17:00
Sunday 11:00 - 17:00
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday 11:00 - 17:00

How to get there

Mocenigo Palace-Museum
San Croce 1992, 30135, Venice
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Un palazzo molto bello, intatto nelle stanze del primo piano, unico piano però visitabile. Per il resto la collezione del costume che vi è ospitata e’ ridottissima; la collezione di gilè sarebbe...
Un palazzo molto bello, intatto nelle stanze del primo piano, unico piano però visitabile. Per il resto la collezione del costume che vi è ospitata e’ ridottissima; la collezione di gilè sarebbe degna di nota se fosse esibita meglio e la collezione di tessuti, chiusa in volumi all’interno di una libreria, non e’ visibile pertanto sfortunatamente anche questa non dice molto. Da visitare quindi solo se si e’ curiosi del decoro dei palazzi Veneziani.

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