Galleries of the Academy

Campo de la Carità, 1049-1050. (Open Map)


One of the most important museums in Italy, essential for the study of 14th to 18th century art history.

An extraordinary collection of works by the greatest exponents of Venetian painting, including Giorgione, G. Bellini, Carpaccio, and J. Tintoretto to name but a few. 
The gallery premises were formerly owned by the Confraternity of St Mary of Charity and it was one of the six great guildhalls of Venice.