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GSM selection: exhibitions and events

We've selected for you some exhibitions and events with a preference for the contemporary art and the local tradition. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Google+ to stay tuned every day about the local news and the most beautiful photos of Venice!

Museo di Palazzo Mocenigo, Museo di Palazzo Fortuny, Ca’ Rezzonico Museo del Settecento Veneziano, Ca’ Pesaro Galleria Internazionale d’Arte Moderna, Museo di Storia Naturale, Museo del Vetro, Museo del Merletto, Casa di Carlo Goldoni e Torre dell’Orologio.



- Concerts, operas and ballets at La Fenice Operahouse and Teatro Malibran
Presenting their ticket, you'll get the special parking rate for 12€ from 2pm to 4am or all day for 21€.
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- Concerts, operas and ballets at Palazzetto Bru Zane
Presenting their ticket, you'll get the special parking rate for 12€ from 2pm to 4am or a 20% discount for 24hours.
Calendar: link


- Concerts, shows and ballets at Goldoni Theatre
Presenting their entrance or season ticket, you'll get the special parking rate for 12€ from 2pm to 4am, first day for 21€, and a 20% discount for the following days.
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- Peggy Guggenheim Collection
10% discount on the parking rate and the privilege of bypassing lines for all the PGC members. In addition to the permanent collection, you can visit the exhibition Marino Marini. Visual Passions from January 27 to May 1, 2018. The show will present major works by Marino Marini (1901–80) and selected works by artists such as Giacomo Manzù, Henry Moore, Pablo Picasso, Auguste Rodin, as well as Etruscan objects and Italian sculptures from the 15th century. The show intends to contextualize Marini’s work in a broader art historical context and to establish a closer and innovative dialogue between his work and the sculptural tradition he referred to.
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- Every first Sunday of the month free entrance for everybody to the following State Museums:
Galleria Giorgio Franchetti at Ca' d'Oro 
Gallerie dell'Accademia 
Museo Archeologico di Venezia 
Museo d'Arte Orientale
Museo di Palazzo Grimani

Venice is the first city in Italy to host the renowned exhibition of Indian gems and jewels from The Al Thani Collection. Showcasing over 270 pieces, the exhibition will explore five centuries of the jewelled arts made in and inspired by the Indian subcontinent.


the exhibition will explore how intuition has, in some form, shaped art across geographies, cultures and generations. It will bring together historic, modern and contemporary works related to the concept of intuition, dreams, telepathy, paranormal fantasy, meditation, creative power, hypnosis and inspiration.