Ca’ D’Oro Gallery

Ca’ D’Oro Gallery

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Ca’ D’Oro - Franchetti Gallery. The Ca’ d’Oro is an ancient, patrician palace that dates back to the XVth century. It houses a precious art collection belonging to the Baron Giorgio Franchetti, who donated it to the Italian State in 1894.

In the Venetian Gothic style palace, visitors can admire many pictures from the Venetian school, among which the celebrated San Sebastiano by Andrea Mantegna and others masterpieces from the Tuscan and Flemish school, as well as wonderful, small, bronze statues and Renaissance sculptures.

In the annex, Ca’ Duodo, is a very interesting collection of ceramics found in the Venice lagoon.

Opening hours: 

Tuesday - Sunday: 08:15 am - 07:15 pm.
Monday: 08:15 am - 02:00 pm
Closed: Monday, 1st of January, 1st of May and the 25th of December


Sestiere di Cannaregio, 3932 - Venice.

Further information:

  • Reduced price tickets (just for European Union citizens)
    Between 18 and 25 years old
    School teachers
  • Child tickets
    Children under 18 years old