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A patrician residence at San Stae, Palazzo Mocenigo houses valuable 18th century artworks and is also home to the Study Centre for the History of Textiles and Costumes. A fine selection of rare textiles and costumes of particular importance are...more
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We visited this palace the day after we were at Basilica San Marco. It was such a relief to be in a place that was less crowded with tourists. In fact, the day we were there was very quiet. There was not any rush to...More
An interesting museum of Venice in the 18th century with costumes, furniture, décor, paintings and of course the collection of perfume bottles and ingredients. It is on the list of the museum pass. It was fairly quiet when I went (October) and my Airbnb host...More
Very nicely done museum, included in the Venice Museum pass. The museum itself was quite empty, maybe because we went just before closing.
All the information is provided in English, German and French. They've got a great couple rooms on perfume and perfume collections, including...More
This museum is situated just south of the San Stae ferry terminal on the south bank of the grand canal, we got entry with our Unica Venezia Museum pass. The museum is housed in an old Venice Palace, which was still inhabited up to the...More
The Museum is fairly small but does an excellent job of displaying and explaining the history of fabric and perfume in the Venetian culture. Most of the displays had English writing and the video also came round to an English version. Wonderful to see a...More
The Palazzo Mocenigo is a beautiful palazzo, but the museum collection is nothing special. In particular many of the explanations of the perfume making process are in Italian, so it is difficult for English speakers to appreciate. Also the fashion collection was small. While there...More
Interesting museum housed within a traditional Palazzo. The museum holds exhibits on fashion and a perfume workshop and history of perfumery including exhibits. Interesting display of embroidered waistcoats from the 17th and 18th century.
The content of the museum is slightly disappointing if your main...More
This wonderful palazzo was built in the 17. century for one of the most influential families of the city, which brought out not less than seven Dogen. The biggest hall, the portego, extends over the entire length of the building. The antechamber is furnished with...More
This was a good brief stop off and we were surprised to be plunged into a palace. The shut drapes to protect the textiles made the atmosphere oppressive and gloomy but it did give an interesting insight into that 18c. World.
Costume wise there were...More
I went there to see the perfum's sectionand was quite dissapointed. there were some quite nice perfum bottles or Containers, but the explications were not worth the material they were printed on. Also a lot of the exponates were paced too low or too high...More
The Rialto Bridge is the most famous sight along the Grand Canal in San Polo, smallest of Venice's six sestieri (districts) and by far the busiest neighbourhood. Morning Venetians arrive to peruse the markets for fish, fruit and vegetables, while shops display goods from cheese to wine to desserts. San Silvestro and Rialto Market vaporetto (water taxi) stops add to the steady stream of foot traffic. San
Polo is defined by churches including Basilica dei Frari, one of the most important churches sought by art lovers.