Villa Marignana Benetton was build in the eighteen century as the summer home of noble Venetian families. Today is the Home-Museum of the master sculptor Toni Benetton who used it as a place for artistic and cultural encounters.
The structure is split into different floors. There are a big hall and three magnificent living rooms on the ground floor. Plaster with frescoes and paintings are lost upstairs. The museum is on two floor of the villa and in the garden, 20.000mq, you can admire 70 artist works from 1951 to 1995.
The museum has three sections: inside, sketches and projects, the parks and the laboratory where there are the artist tools. The art works more important that you can find are: “La Colonna”, “Forme Ogivali”, “Il Grande Arco” and “La Grande Molla”.
On the ground floor there is a drawing room, a dining room, a kitchen and a double bedroom.
On the first floor three double bedrooms surround an ideal area for quiet relaxation with comfortable armchairs and a collection of books to be enjoyed by the guests. All the rooms have a garden view.
It is possible to organize every kind of event. There are also guide visits and bike tours.
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