- Experience the lifestyles of wealthy Venetians of the past in the ballroom, salons, and great halls of this palazzo
- Marvel at paintings by Tiepolo, Longhi, and Guardi depicting everyday Venetian life as it was in the 18th century
- Get up close to exquisite tapestries and artifacts, but don't sit on any of the 17th and 18th-century furniture!
Step into Ca' Rezzonico Museum, designed by the greatest architect of the Venetian Baroque era, Baldassare Longhena, for the Bon family in 1649.
It came into the possession of the Rezzonico family, whose patriarch went on to become Pope Clement XIII. With carefully curated Baroque and Rococo-era pieces, the palace offers a look into Venetian's lavish lifestyles in the last days of the grand Republic. The ballroom is intricately frescoed, and the tapestries and furniture are a labor of love.
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