We found this by accident while we were looking for where Andrea Mantegna was born. It is a splendid place to visit and a tour of the villa will cost you 7 euros and you can stay on in the park and have a picnic if you so wish. The tour lasting almost an hour is well worth the effort and there are some beautiful rooms in the villa to see - original auditorium is just one. Watch out for the frescoes by a local artist Michele Primon and the villa abounds with truly magnificent sculptures all around the facade and in the gardens.
The Villa is open to the public every day from 9.00am until 7.00pm except Wednesdays during the sumer months.More