My wife and I enjoyed this museum in spite of knowing nothing about Sr. Goldoni and his 150+ theatrical works. I wanted to see inside a palazzo and this one, while relatively modest, is charming and not over-restored. There isn't much in the way of exhibits, but the room of theatrical marionettes is fascinating, and there are glimpses into the life of an 18th century Venetian celeb. - gaming tables, Murano chandeliers, elaborate costumes, a remarkable desk/cabinet covered in chinoiserie but apparently made in England. So pop in if you're passing.
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