Gallerie dell’ Academy form the più important existing collection of Venetian painting in the world. The architectural complex that now houses the Major Gallerie dell'Accademia è formed by più historic buildings: the  church; Saint Mary of Charityà , its the convent - which part of the sixteenth century is due to the genius of Palladio - and the spaces of School Big same name. In the galleries, hosted in 24 rooms, consists of a exhibition that ranges from the  painting; fourteenth that of the eighteenth century, which includes some masterpieces like The Tempest Giorgione, the Pietà Titian, The cycle of stories of St. Ursula Carpaccio and The Feast in the House of Levi of Vebronese. The museum houses two restoration sites on the ground floor and first floor, to improve the space and to renew the exhibition, thus è not part of the collection; visited. For more information, please visit.
Cabinet of Drawings the Accademia Gallery possesses among others some of the più important sheets of Western culture, including The Vitruvian Man Leonardo whose vision, for reasons of conservation, è limited to special occasions.
The museum primarily organizes temporary exhibitions devoted to painting Venetian, with openings to contemporary art.