The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is an ideal venue for events with its unique location, rich history and extraordinary appeal.

Located on the Grand Canal in the heart of Venice, the museum offers the opportunity to enjoy 20th- and 21st-century masterpieces of art in a striking setting, the former residence of the American patron Peggy Guggenheim.
Palazzo Venier dei Leoni is indeed the only unfinished building along the Grand Canal. This peculiarity has also made it one of very few places with a panoramic roof terrace overlooking the Grand Canal. Guests can also enjoy the quiet and beautiful atmosphere of the Nasher Sculpture Garden, a vibrant garden where 20th-century sculptures are on view.

Exclusive evenings

Private or corporate events such as cocktail receptions or dinners can be held while the museum is closed to the public everyday but Tuesday, from 6:30pm to 11:30 pm. Exclusive evenings can be organized on the panoramic roof terrace, in the Nasher Sculpture Garden, and in the Museum Café, the latter for small groups only.

Events while the museum is open to the public

While the museum is open to the public (10am to 6pm) breakfast, brunch or private luncheon events can be held on the panoramic roof terrace.


OFFERED BY THE MUSEUM
  • Guided visits to the permanent collection and the temporary exhibition
  • Exclusive use of the designated spaces for the event
  • Security in the exhibition galleries for the duration of the event
  • Coat check
  • Museum Shop open after hours
  • Private dock on the Grand Canal

For information:
Chiara Zanandrea
Tel. +39 041 2405 434
specialevents@guggenheim-venice.it


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the Panoramic Roof Terrace

The panoramic Roof Terrace is the only location available during the day when the museum is open to the public in addition to evening events. With its stunning panorama of the city, the terrace also overlooks the Nasher Sculpture Garden. It is the ideal location for hosting breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, or evening receptions and parties.

Capacity: Maximum capacity of 150 people, either standing or seated
Use: Breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinners, receptions, parties
Available during the day and in the evening

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photo Francesca Bottazzin

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photo Alberto Salata

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photo Francesca Bottazzin

photo Francesca Bottazzin

photo Francesca Bottazzin

photo Alberto Salata

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photo Alberto Salata

the Nasher Sculpture Garden

In 1995, the courtyard was designated the Nasher Sculpture Garden in honor of the collectors Patsy and Raymond D. Nasher. The outdoor space is ideal for dinners, cocktail receptions, and parties.

Capacity: 350 people standing, up to 160 people seated
Use: Cocktails, gala or buffet dinners, parties
Only available in the evening

photo Matteo De Fina

photo Francesca Bottazzin

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photo Nicolò Miana

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the Marino Marini Terrace

The terrace is named after the sculpture by Marino Marini, The Angel of the City (L’angelo della città, 1948), located in the center. The terrace provides a splendid view of the Grand Canal and is accessible by boat or gondola and is suited for welcome drinks for small groups.

Capacity: 50 people
Use: Welcome drink and/or cocktail
Only available in the evening

photo Francesca Bottazzin

photo Alberto Salata

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photo Francesca Bottazzin

The Museum Café

The Museum Café is located off the Nasher Sculpture Garden and offers an indoor space for small groups.

Capacity: 50 people either standing or seated
Use: Cocktail, dinner
Only available in the evening

photo Matteo De Fina

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