Visits

Villa Fracanzan Piovene is situated to the south of the Berici hills and lies in the midst of a circuit of UNESCO-protected Palladian villas.

The countryside surrounding Orgiano has much to offer: cycling itineraries and hill-walking, visits to ancient mills and vineyards producing excellent wines. The Villa and its grounds constitute an important rural complex, rich in the history of past centuries. For more than twenty years we have welcomed visitors from home and abroad, architects and school groups, united by their interest in parks and gardens. All visits to the interior of the villa are accompanied by specialist staff and last approximately one hour. Visitors are free to visit the park and garden without a guide. For school parties, special visits to the villa and to the Museum of Daily Life and Work may be booked in advance.


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ATTENTION: Villa Fracanzan Piovene will be closed to the public until April 30, unless new ministerial provisions. For updates follow us on our social networks. Thank you.

  

Groups of over 20 persons

All year round by appointment

Individual visits

Sunday and Public Holidays from 1 April to 31 October from 15.00 to 19.00 

Winter closing

1 December – 31 January

Summer closing

20 July – 20 August


TICKETS

Full ticket

Groups of over 20 persons

Infants and children aged 6 -14

Family groups of 5 or more persons

Teachers accompanying school groups, disabled and children aged less than 6

€ 10.00

€ 8.00

€ 7.00

€ 30.00

Free


to see

There are several other Palladian villas nearby: Villa Pisani at Bagnolo di Lonigo (Palladio); La Rocca Pisana at Lonigo (Scamozzi); Villa Pojana at Pojana Maggiore (Palladio); Villa Saraceno at Finale di Agugliaro (Palladio); and at Vicenza, la Rotonda (Palladio) and Villa Ai Nani (with frescoes by G.B. and D. Tiepolo). The Benedictine Abbey of Praglia and the walled cities of Este, Montagnana and Soave complete a fascinating tourist itinerary.