Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice
(4.4/5 based on 5,500+ reviews on the web)
Peggy Guggenheim Collection features the some of the American heiress' personal collection of modern art, which she began displaying in the 1950s. Guggenheim was married to artist Max Ernst and served as a patron to a few of his contemporaries. The gallery includes works by Picasso, Dali, Pollock, Duchamp, Kandinsky, Tanguy, Mondrian, and others. The property also has a sculpture garden. This impressive collection is housed in an 18th-century palace that served as Guggenheim's private home for nearly 30 years. The museum, on the Grand Canal, attracts nearly half a million art lovers each year. Save time by booking your tickets online well in advance. Work out when and for how long to visit Peggy Guggenheim Collection and other Venice attractions using our handy Venice tourist route planner.
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  • We are not art connoisseurs, but we really enjoyed this museum. The museum is in Peggy Guggenheim's home, so it's very intimate. The grounds are beautiful as well. 
  • Lovely setting with art & sculptures displayed around the gardens, there was a vast collection of different art which was great to see. Only downside was we paid to get in but found out that half of t...  more »
  • I loved all the Renaissance art in Italy , but it was refreshing to go to the Peggy Guggenheim museum to see Modern art for a change of pace. In addition the shop had unique gifts and books. 
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  • An engaging collection from a number of notable artists. The outside spaces are beautiful, even in bad weather. The space is compact and gets busy quickly - we recommend arriving early to see some pieces in a quieter atmosphere. It would have been great to have more information about each piece or Peggy herself in the way of a guide, but without a doubt a definite must-visit.
  • 15 euro unless 65+ then 13. Written guide is 5 euro, audio guide is 7 euro. I got audio guide and would recommend written. It was crowded. There are sofas to linger in some rooms but mainly house is small and you are standing on top of the artworks. Be sure to walk outside on terrace facing canal and linger in patio. I wish I had time to have a coffee and absorb the atmosphere in the café but did buy wonderful earrings and souvenirs in gift shop. Memorable visit.
  • One of my favourite museums/collections that I've seen anywhere in the world. Very nicely selected pieces and laid out in a nice fashion. The location itself is lovely with a great view and patio out onto the canal.
  • Excellent selection of modern art in a fantastic location. €15 cover is reasonable and the gallery wasn't too busy when we went. Highly recommended!
  • Small but crammed full of treasures. It's always very interesting to see works that have been selected lovingly, rather than what conventional galleries feel are important. The space is gorgeous and we nearly cried seeing the shrine she made for her dogs. Brilliant gallery.