The Diocesan Museum of Palermo

The diocesan museum is displayed throughout 15 rooms and offers visitors a look at more than eight centuries of history of the Church in Palermo. The Museum owns around 200 artefacts including paintings, sculptures and decorative arts, from the 12th to the 19th centuries, coming mostly from churches of Palermo destroyed during the war. The exhibition gives a chronological panoramic view of the artistic output of the city including decorations and interiors, like for example the majolicas on the floor. The Diocesan museum is located in the basement and the ground floor of the Archbishop's Palace, on the western side of Palermo Cathedral. Among the pieces of art you can find there is the Medieval canvas of Santa Rosalia, The Madonna of Spersa, The painting of Palermo saved from the pleague by Wobreck and many more.


Visiting hours

Mon-Fri
9:30 at 12:30

Address:

Via Matteo Bonello, 2 - 90134 Palermo
Tel. +39 091 6077111
Accessible


bus:

bus 104 105 108 118


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Our Conventions

Full price:€ 4,50
Price PMO:€ 3,00

Valid only for the owner of the PMO CARD

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