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Ca' d'Oro

Cannaregio 3931-3932, 30121 Venice, Italy
+39 041 523 8790
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“art collection” (13 reviews)
“golden house” (5 reviews)
“grand canal” (62 reviews)
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Cannaregio 3931-3932, 30121 Venice, Italy
+39 041 523 8790
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Reviewed 3 days ago

To me the building is he attraction and more exciting than anything that is inside and you don't have to pay to see it. Reflected in the canal it is a thing of beauty.

Thank michael p
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Purely for the magic of the building, you should pay a visit. On the ground floor the moving light from the Grand Canal shimmers through the mosaic courtyard, while above the art and the views are something special. It is not the biggest gallery, but...More

2  Thank Jaggards
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

modern art museum with great collection. we were so delightfully surprised to find out a David Hockney exhibition is taking place in the city, and it was there. an amazing (!) eexhibition, that is over now. the other rooms are great too, don't miss it,...More

1  Thank Iris F
Reviewed 4 October 2017

According to the (British) AA guide to Venice, this is in the top 3 places to visit. The entrance fee wasn't overly steep, but I rather expected more. We arrived very late afternoon, but early enough to enjoy a leisurely stroll around. I rather enjoyed...More

1  Thank Kevin F
Reviewed 3 October 2017

There is some wonderful art work here, perhaps the most impressive being the mosaic courtyard with its wellhead, beautifully designed.

1  Thank gjpeg
Reviewed 2 September 2017 via mobile

I really liked this museum for three reasons. One you can get surprisingly close to 500 year old works of art. Two some of the tapestry figures are seen in paintings dating 400 years back. Three the hall underneath is interesting. Then the 2 Euro...More

1  Thank Ted R
Reviewed 30 August 2017

We saw an exhibit of carpets from their collection and I was amazed at how well preserved they were. They had a short film to introduce you and lots of different carpets from all over. The house itself was interesting. This is definitely worth stopping...More

Thank EWR-NJ-traveler
Reviewed 30 August 2017

From the outside. Had to walk a lot to find the door only to find out it was closed. We could see inside and it looked like it would be really good. So close but so far

Thank wasntme58
Reviewed 19 August 2017

This famous 600-year old building with its gorgeous colonnaded facade was formerly a house with ground floor warehouse, and is now an art museum. It is right on the Grand Canal in the Cannaregio neighborhood. The entrance fee is pretty expensive and perhaps not worth...More

2  Thank TravelFan48105
Reviewed 1 August 2017

Ca' d'Oro is an elaborately ornate building with a very long history. It was built a few centuries ago and in the process changed ownership several times. It now is a state museum. It is probably worth visiting if this is the only such building...More

Thank Dimitris L
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2 October 2015|
Response from HoustonRobert | Reviewed this property |
Don't know specifically. My wife took her small purse into the museum, so it may depend on how small the backpack is. It could be left at the checkin desk.