Villa Ca’ Erizzo Luca
Via Ca’ Erizzo 19
36061 Bassano del Grappa (VI) Italy

Tel. +39 0424 529035

10 minute-walk or 5 minute-drive from Bassano del Grappa town centre.

Located where the Brenta river flows out of the mountains and into the plain, in 1917-1918 Bassano del Grappa was the most active centre of the resistance to the repeated attacks of the Austrian-Hungarian soldiers trying to burst into the Venetian plain and destroy the Italian army.

Situated just north of the famous Palladian wooden bridge, on the eastern river bank, Ca’ Erizzo is an elegant villa built in the 15th century, with later restorations and embellishments. The building complex, which has been intelligently restored by its owner, Dr. Renato Luca, hosts now the “Museum of Hemingway and of the Great War” and the “Hemingway Collection”, with many rare documents.

The park and the villa are not open to the public.

Information and hours

  • hours

    The Hemingway Museum of the Great War is open all year round with the following hours:
    Tuesday to Sunday: 10.00 - 13.00 and 15.00 - 18.00
    By appointment for groups and schools
    Closed on Mondays, January 1st, Easter Sunday, and December 24th and 25th

  • admission

    Full price € 9,00
    Reduced price € 7,00 (reduced price for those under 19 years old, university students, over 65)
    Free admission: Children under 6 years old, people with disabilities

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