This was one of the highlights of our trip to Venice. The collection focuses on early 20th century art, so it's a nice change-up from the other museums in town (although admittedly that may not be what some are looking for in Venice, particularly when the visit is short). The sculpture garden outside is small but fun and whimsical (we took a lot of silly pics there). The restaurant wasn't half bad either. My only wish is that the foundation recreate the feel of the house when Peggy actually lived there. Photos on the wall indicate how it used to look - even in black and white you can see that she had fantastic design sense, and knew how to show off the art to its fullest.