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Palazzo Grimani, Venice
Categories: Art Galleries, Architectural Buildings, Museums, Tourist Spots
Get a glimpse into the extravagant lives of important Venetian families during the Renaissance at Palazzo Grimani, a restored palace that once belonged to Cardinal Giovanni Grimani. Located near Santa Maria Formosa, the site houses many artistic and cultural riches, such as a rare Hieronymous Bosch triptych. Walk inside to see the rooms complete with intricate stuccowork, frescoes, and gilt inlays. Check out the room titled Sala ai Fogliami and view the walls painted with flowers, greenery, and forest animals. Various art collections are on display within the palace; check the website for more information. If you purchase a ticket to the Academia Gallery, admission to the palace is included. Make Palazzo Grimani a centerpiece of your Venice vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Venice holiday planner.
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Because this place contains no furnishings, one is able to concentrate on the architectural concept of a Venetian palazzo and examine fascinating decorative details which might well be overlooked if t... read more »
Good quality old paintings, architecture in the palace of a previous Doge. Almost no tourist in this place as they rather patronize Rialto next door
Siamo passati in calle Grimani e abbiamo visitato questo bellissimo Palazzo. Molto interessante per l'architettura e i soffitti . Peccato che manchino indicazioni per raggiungerlo.sarebbe una attrazio... read more »We switched to calle Grimani and we visited this beautiful Palace. Very interesting for its architecture and the ceilings. Shame you're missing directions. it would be an attraction for tourists. Maybe a few because there were four of us visitorsshow original
Great to visit as a bonus after the academia. The visit is definitely faster but it brings a great perspective on how palazzos could be in their original states.
A good place to see some great paintings and statues surrounding the history of Venice. It was over very quickly, however.
Interesting building, but the paintings were all on loan to other galleries. Check to see that what you aim to see is actually present.
It was terrible :)
A big surprise. A continuous change of perspective.
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