The Museo Diocesano (MUDIPA or Diocesan Museum of Palermo) is a museum in Palermo that is housed in some rooms of the Archbishop's Palace (the Palazzo Arcivescovile). The museum was founded in 1927 by Archbishop Alessandro Lualdi. After decades of closure for restoration and archaeological research, the museum has been open to the public since December 22, 2003. The Diocesan Museum of Palermo occupies two floors (raised ground floor and basement) of the wing of the Archbishop's Palace. An expansion is planned on the upper floor (piano nobile) of this wing.
Summer ( until 3 November ):
Tuesday to Friday, Sunday and holidays 9.30-13.30
Winter time ( from 3 November ):
Tuesday to Sunday and holidays 9.30-13.30
|0 – 5||Free|
|6 – 17||€3.00|
Via Matteo Bonello 2, Palermo
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