Also known as: Gallerie dell’Accademia
Address: Campo della Carita, 1050, 30123 Venezia VE, Italy
Cost: 12 Euros / 18 and under are free
The academy was founded in 1750, and it was then re-founded in 1807 for Napoleonic decree. Academy’s collection was first opened to public in 1817.
The academy contains many masterpieces of Venetian origins, while there are many collections of paintings, they do go beyond and include drawings and papers lined to the major artists of 18th century.
Amongst the many priceless art collection you can find:
Vitruvian Man by Leonardo da Vinci. Although because of its fragile nature, it is rarely on display.
But there are plenty of amazing paintings in the collection for your visit.
The Feast in the House of Levi by Paolo Caliari Detto Paolo Veronese
The Hermit Saints by Hieronymus Bosch
Madonna and Child with Saint Catherine and Saint Mary Magdalene by Bellini
Please note that there are a number of paintings by Bellini in this museum
The Presentation of the Ring by Paris Bordone
Before you visit, please check with the gallery as to which art work is on display. They are regularly moved in and out of display.
You can get your tickets ahead of time here: