A short and definitive guide on Venice museums and structures to visit.
Venice is considered on of the greatest art cities. Such definition is due to the multitude of museums, churches and palaces visitable by the citizens. Among the many cultural places of interest, Venice can boast 11 museum premises managed by the Venice Musei Civici Foundation; States museums, for example, Gallerie dell’Accademia, Galleria Giorgio Franchetti at Ca’ D’Oro and Palazzo Grimani, managed by Special Superintendence for Historical Heritage; or more can’t-miss museum like Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Palazzo Grassi & Punta della Dogana or Venice Biennale.
You can admire original masterpieces of great artists also in a lot of churches all around Venice. Between them: San Marco Basilica, Frari Basilica, Salute Basilica and Castello’s Church of San Pietro.
Finally, to improve Venice cultural heritage, there are a lot of theatres. Gran Teatro La Fenice and Malibran Theatre, which are dedicated to philarmonic and opera; Carlo Goldoni Theatre, which hosts mainly theatre events and plays, and Fondamenta Nuove Theatre that instead is dedicated to contemporary dance and music.