A palace standing next to the canal seems to be quite large, and there is money in the square. There are many more inside, besides sculptures, there are many pictures. The whole building is very magnificent.
The Fortuni Palace currently has a very interesting and extensive intuitive exhibition. There are four levels of exhibitions. The collections are not arranged in chronological order. Modern furniture is neatly placed next to a 19th century puppet theater, a ten A model of the theater from the eighth century stands next to a tower from the twentieth century.
for art lovers, this museum features paintings, models, brodery, and costume design related to theater work. Though the interesting pieces are the installations not by Fortuny himself. Worth the visit as its also in a very old typical Venetian Palazzio.
I like this palace very much, it is very well preserved
There is a certain history, but many side halls are not open. Simple, elegant, affordable, the most cost-effective attraction, parent-child tourist attraction!