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Museo Diocesano Palermo - MuDiPa
Reopened to the public in 2003, the Diocesan Museum offers a permanent collection of 13 rooms with paintings, sculptures and decorative art from the twelfth to the eighteenth century.
Currently are visible over 20 rooms that include the main floor of the Archbishop's Palace with murals and furnishings from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century, including the famous chapel, frescoed by the Flemish painter Guglielmo Borremans around 1733.
On display are about 200 pieces, paintings, sculptures and decorative art works. The museum gives visitors the opportunity to have look at 800 years of history of the Palermitan Church.
Entrance fee: € 4,50, combi-ticket museum & cathedral € 5,00
The museum offers various didactic activities and themed days for school classes.