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Palazzo Asmundo

  • Duration: 30mins
  • Live guide in Italian
  • Group of max. 25 people
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  • Starting time: 10:00
  • Entrance to Palazzo Asmundo Museum
  • Access to its halls and collections
  • Privileged access to Asmundo Bistrò
  • Tasting with wine and a stunning view (if selected)
  • Tasting of typical Sicilian street food (if selected)
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About: Asmundo Palace Museum

The construction of Palazzo Asmundo dates back to 1615, but it was only completed in 1767. The Baroque palace is filled with beauty, from the stuccoes of Serpotta school, to the Venetian shutters and the Baroque doors.

Keep an eye out for Gioacchino Martorana's frescoes that are rich with allegories, as well as the marital chests of the XVI and XVII century, the Sicilian ceramics, and the Neapolitan and French porcelains. There's also copious cartographic documentation to admire.

Along with the artifacts, the museum houses an elegant bistro and a puppet theatre.

Sunday Closed
Monday Closed
Tuesday 10:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 16:00
Thursday 10:00 - 16:00
Friday 10:00 - 16:00
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Asmundo Palace Museum
3 Via Pietro Novelli, Palermo
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