After two years of closure due to high water, the Museum of Palazzo Fortuny reopens to the public.

Purchased by the famous artist and stylist Mariano Fortuny, the palace became a laboratory for the creation of dresses and fabrics in printed silk and velvet.

After Fortuny’s death, the building was donated to the municipality of Venice, which opened its doors to the public, making it one of the most iconic places in the city of Venice.

From now on it becomes a permanent museum, reachable on foot from our landing point at Fondamenta Nove: maps