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Punta della Dogana >>
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Collezione Peggy Guggenheim >>
 Accesso con prenotazione consigliata

Palazzo Grassi >>
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Fondazione Giorgio Cini >>
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Collezione Peggy Guggenheim

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is the most important museum in Italy for European and American art of the Twentieth Century, and houses the collection of the patron Peggy Guggenheim. In 1948 the collection was exhibited at the first post-war Venice Biennale. It was then that Peggy Guggenheim bought Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, an unfinished palace on the Grand Canal where she lived for 30 years, until her death in 1979…

Palazzo Grassi + Punta della Dogana

Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana are the two exhibition spaces of the Pinault Collection in Venice. Located in two historic buildings in Venice and restored by the Japanese architect Tadao Ando, ​​they alternate collective and monographic exhibitions of the protagonists of international art of our time, from Damien Hirst to Rudolf Stingel, from Cindy Sherman to Roni Horn, from Maurizio Cattelan to Charles Ray …

Fondazione Giorgio Cini

The Giorgio Cini Foundation, created at the behest of Count Vittorio Cini, is an internationally known cultural institution that stands out for being a center of studies and a place for scientific and diplomatic meetings. Characteristic of the Giorgio Cini Foundation, since its inception in 1951, is the articulation into seven Institutes and two Research Centers that guarantee the breadth of study interests and the scientific profile of the publications …


You can buy a My Special Venice card directly online through this site. At the end of your purchase, you will receive 2 emails containing:
  • Your QR code, immediately valid for entry to all places of culture;
  • Your SIAE ticket for Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana, in OPEN mode, valid for one entrance to the exhibition for any date and time. Keep your emails and present them directly at the ticket office (either printed or on your smartphone.)
Keep your emails: just present them directly at the ticket office (printed or directly from the screen of your smartphone) to access the place of culture and take advantage of the discounts.