Palazzo Mocenigo is a museum that showcases Venetian lifestyles from the 17th and 18th centuries. There are the architecture, decor and furnishings in their original settings or moved from similar surroundings. There is an area that shows how perfumes were made in the past, one of Venice's key industries. Costumes of the period are shown with an entire roomful of decorated vests on display. The museum is small and usually not crowded making for a pleasant diversion from the more visited sites. There is an entrance fee or free admission with a Venice Card.
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