Like art is not to miss this gallery, across the Academy Bridge can see this gallery, the appearance is not impressive, which exhibits mainly Venetian paintings, there is a special exhibition hall to display Titian's works. Most of them are murals. Large-scale pictures from smallpox to the ground shocked the eyes.
Academy Museum of Art - Having the privilege of witnessing Michelangelo's "statue of David" at close range, the light sculpture itself has 5.16 meters. Michelangelo depicts every feature of the male through "David" and reaches the highest level of sculpture art. This is the treasure of the Town Gallery of the Art Museum.
Some of the paintings and statues in the Academy Gallery are marked only in Italian, while others are multilingual. In addition, the main part of the first floor has been closed. It takes a long walk around the southern gallery. It is one of the four major museums in Italy. If you want to know about Venice's legacy to human civilization, it is worth visiting.
Gallerie dell'Accademia is home to an extensive collection of works by Venetian masters of the 18th century. A must for any art lover, student of art, or art historian. It is also the home of da Vinci's Vitruvian Man. Sadly, when I visited and asked where I could view it, I was told "oh no, it's in the dark room," and when I said "okay, where is the dark room," I was told, "oh no, nobody goes in the dark room." Que sera, sera. I'd definitely recommend getting tickets in advance to ensure fewer issues with crowds.
After a visit to the fascinating Gallerie Dell'Accademie carry on walking along Fondamenta Priuli till you get to Campo San Trovaso where you will find Squero San Trovaso, where you can admire gondolas been built or restored. After that carry on walking till you reach the big Canale della Giudecca. turn left and walk along the Zattere, always full of Venetians out for a coffee or an ice-cream. Walk all the way to Punta della Dogana where you can see one of the most amazing views ever and then go and visit Santa Maria Della Salute, the votive church that Venetians dedicated to the Madonna to thank her for saving them from the plague.
This museum has a wonderful collection of Venetian Art; a must-see if you are a fan of Titian, Tintoretto and Lotto. I especially liked Tintoretto's four scenes from The Life of San Marco - a good historical lesson as well. The interior decoration of the museum is a work of art as well, resembling elegant sitting rooms at times. I definitely recommend getting a guide for the Accademia, or at least a detailed book.