Villa Godi Malinverni is part of the Ville Venete heritage. The villa was build by Palladio in 1542 and it was frescoed by many artists such as Gianbattista Zelotti, Battista del Moro and Gualtiero Padovano. The frescoes are still visible inside the rooms of the villa.
In 1962, the villa was restored and since 1996 it has been part of UNESCO World Heritage.
The villa is open to the public for single or group guided tour and the school that wants to visit the villa. You can organize congresses, cultural or high-society events; in the “barchessa” there is the restaurant “Torchio Antico”.
The villa has many rooms and it is perfect as a location for your wedding.
The “Sala Pinacoteca” hosts 250 people in elegant round table, the “Salone Centrale” hosts 100 people. The nine frescoed rooms are ideal fro photo shoots. The splendid Italian gardens, with Astico hill view, are the enchanting place for the aperitfs. The villa hosts congresses, meetings and business meetings.
Meetings, dinners or coffee-break can organized in the huge Salone Centrale. The rooms in the ground floor host 80 people, upstairs 200 people can stayed in the Salone, ideal place for congresses or conventions.
Inside the villa there is the “Fossil Museum” of flora and fauna. There are 352 species of plant, coral, mollusk, fishes and crustacean.
For further information, bookings, guided tours, events please see the web site.