Archeological Museum Antonio Salinas

Palermo City

The Archeological Museum Antonio Salinas was built in the late 16th century and dedicated to Antonio Salinas, a famous archaeologist from Palermo.

The Archeological Museum Antonio Salinas, located only a few blocks away from Teatro Massimo,  is currently closed for restoration with no certain date of when it will reopen but a small exhibition is visible and worth a peek if you are in the neighbourhood.  The actual building was first constructed in the late sixteenth century and dedicated to Antonio Salinas, a famous archaeologist from Palermo. It is considered to have one of the richest collections of punic and ancient greek art in Italy as well as many artefacts from the history of Sicily. Hopefully it will reopen soon!

Admission Fee: Free

Opening Times: CURRENTLY CLOSED

Address: Via Bara All’Olivella 24, Palermo

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