Donor Tours

The Venice office staff is available for a limited number of private donor tours for groups or individuals. Tours generally last one hour, although longer, customized tours may be available. Please contact Save Venice at 212-737-3141 for rates and availability. Save Venice is also happy to coordinate tours as gifts.

Church of San Sebastiano:  Save Venice’s Current Major Project

Paolo Veronese has never been seen to greater advantage than in the intimate church of San Sebastiano, which houses more important works by the great 16th-century painter in a single location than any other site in the world. Created between 1555 and 1570, Veronese’s creations include frescoes, wall paintings, altarpieces, canvases, and a painted wooden ceiling.  Learn about Save Venice’s on-going campaign to restore Veronese’s decorative cycle.

Masterpieces Restored:  The Accademia Galleries and Save Venice Inc.

Venice’s most important collection of Venetian paintings is found in the Gallerie dell’Accademia, which contains works spanning six centuries. Save Venice has funded the restoration of nearly two dozen of the Accademia’s paintings.  Enjoy a tour featuring highlights of the Accademia Galleries and learn about Save Venice’s conservation projects within the museum. The publication Masterpieces Restored: The Gallerie dell’Accademia and Save Venice Incis available by contacting the Save Venice office at 212-737-4131.

Venice Office

Palazzo Contarini Polignac
Dorsoduro 870,
30123 Venice, Italy

T: (39) 041 52-85-247
venice@savevenice.org

Melissa Conn
Director Venice Office

Leslie Contarini
Program Coordinator

Donor Tours

The Venice office staff is available for a limited number of private donor tours for groups or individuals. Tours generally last one hour, although longer, customized tours may be available. Please contact Save Venice at 212-737-3141 for rates and availability. Save Venice is also happy to coordinate tours as gifts.

Church of San Sebastiano:  Save Venice’s Current Major Project

Paolo Veronese has never been seen to greater advantage than in the intimate church of San Sebastiano, which houses more important works by the great 16th-century painter in a single location than any other site in the world. Created between 1555 and 1570, Veronese’s creations include frescoes, wall paintings, altarpieces, canvases, and a painted wooden ceiling.  Learn about Save Venice’s on-going campaign to restore Veronese’s decorative cycle.

Masterpieces Restored:  The Accademia Galleries and Save Venice Inc.

Venice’s most important collection of Venetian paintings is found in the Gallerie dell’Accademia, which contains works spanning six centuries. Save Venice has funded the restoration of nearly two dozen of the Accademia’s paintings.  Enjoy a tour featuring highlights of the Accademia Galleries and learn about Save Venice’s conservation projects within the museum. The publication Masterpieces Restored: The Gallerie dell’Accademia and Save Venice Incis available by contacting the Save Venice office at 212-737-4131.

Venice Office

Palazzo Contarini Polignac
Dorsoduro 870,
30123 Venice, Italy

T: (39) 041 52-85-247
venice@savevenice.org

Melissa Conn
Director Venice Office

Leslie Contarini
Program Coordinator