The historical garden is open to the public. Its present form is probably due to Elena Garzadori (end of XVIII century): she was the wife of Gaetano, son of Giustino Valmarana who called Tiepolo to paint the villa.
Between the Guest House and the Main House there is a “giardino all’italiana” with examples of Topiary art encircling the well and the very special frescoed dovecote. The double hornbeam alley behind the Main House takes to a small nymphaeum containing a large statue of Triton, son of Neptune.
From the Main House, dominated by statues of different divinities, a unique panorama on the Valletta del Silenzio and the Monte Berico Sanctuary can be admired.