Ca'Rezzonico, Once a painting studio of Tiziano Vecellio stood on this land

Fondamenta Rezzonico 3136
An aristocrat's residence.
The Palazzo Rezzonico is now a museum.
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Introduction

Palazzo Rezzonico is a historic noble palace, which was once the residence of the famous poet Browning. The palace was built by Lombard in 1649 and perfectly completed by Giorgio Massari in 1750. It was purchased by the Rezzonico family of Venice in 1712 and eventually sold to Browning in the 19th century. The palace underwent a long restoration process, which began in 1979 and lasted for 7 years, costing 230 billion lire. The restoration brought the palace's frescoes, rooms, and loggias back to their 18th-century splendor. It reopened in June 2001, becoming a popular museum. Palazzo Rezzonico houses many art objects from the 18th century, such as tapestries, lacquer, chairs, and works by famous artists like Canaletto, Carlevarijs, Tiepolo, and Guardi. The palace was redecorated by the municipal authorities in 1935, using furniture, sculptures, curtains, frescoes, and other items from the Correr Museum's collection.
Address
Fondamenta Rezzonico 3136
Opening hours
April 1 to October 31: 10:00-18:00 (ticket office 10:00-17:00); November 1 to March 31: 10:00-17:00. Closed on Tuesdays, December 25, January 1 and May 1.
Transportation
Take the water bus to Ca'Rezzonico station.