Ghimel Garden is located in the ancient Jewish quarter of Venice, in the Campo del Ghetto Nuovo that dates back to 1516. It is a quiet place, in the heart of Venice, not crowded by tourists.
Ghimel Garden has a recently renovated dining room, which exhibits various works of Venetian and international artists. It is an excellent location to organize and celebrate an event. The garden features pomegranate trees (an important figure in the Jewish religion, Pardes Rimonim) and it has a great covered place to shelter from the summer sun. The garden has a door on the canal that makes guests enjoy a romantic view on the mysterious Venice.