The monumental estate of the Accademia Galleries is located in the prestigious centre of the Scuola Grande of Santa Maria della Carità, one of the most ancient lay fraternal orders of the city. The homonymous church of Santa Maria and the monastery of the Canonici Lateranensi, built by Andrea Palladio, are integral parts of the Accademia.
A very rich collection of Venetian paintings from Veneto as well, from the Bizantine and Gothic fourteenth century to the artists of the Renaissance, Bellini, Carpaccio, Giorgione, Veronese, Tintoretto and Tiziano until Gianbattista Tiepolo and the Vedutisti of the eighteenth century, Canaletto, Guardi, Bellotto, Longhi. These artists will influence the whole history of European painting.
On December 18, 2013 opened, after an eight-year restoration site, space archittettonic spaces on the ground floor of the museum that previously housed the Academy of Fine Arts.
During temporary exhibitions the price of admission is subject to change
- monday from 8.15 am to 2 pm. From tuesday to Sunday from 8.15 am to 7.15 pm
The ticket office closes 45 minutes before.
From 13 May until 29 July 2016 every Friday the Accademia Gallery will be open all day from 8.15 am to 22.15 (ticket office closes at 21.45). You can only visit the exhibition “
Aldo Manuzio, il Rinascimento di Venezia” and the Palladian Ala.
Closed on Monday afternoon, December 25th and January 1st
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- Tel. 39 041 5222247
Fax 39 041 5212709