Fortuny Palace

At the beginning of the 20th C., Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo (1871-1949), a Spanish painter, photographer, interior decorator and fabric creator, bought this 15th C. palace (which had belonged to the Pesaro family). It stands out for its two beautiful series of windows with seven bays each. In this palace you will be able to visit a museum dedicated to the works of art of the man himself, and in particular the delicate and refined fabrics that made his reputation.

Useful information

Address : 

San-Marco 3958

Phone:

+39 041 520 0995

Price:

12 € (-14 years old 10 €)

Opening hours

open during temporary exhibitions: 10am-6pm - closed Tue

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