Palazzo Magnani is a Renaissance palace located on Via Zamboni number 20 in central Bologna, Italy, built by the Magnani noble family with the same name.
Construction on the palace began in 1577 under architect Domenico Tibaldi until his death in 1583. Floriano Ambrosini then took over the architectural duties. In 1797 the palace became a property of the Guidotti family. In the late 19th century they sold it to the Malvezzi Campeggi family whose coat of arms is still visible on the façade.