Museo archeologico regionale "Antonino Salinas" Polo regionale di Palermo per i Parchi e i Musei Archeologici, Palermo

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  • I didn't know the metopes of the Temple of Selinunte had managed to resist the time and they were kept in this Museum of extraordinary importance and wealth a good descriptive path too bad at the moment you can access only the ground floor as there are jobs
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  • The exhibition is varied and interesting and free admission attracts many curious, however I noticed a detail that got me thinking: the little rooms where are works are very well heated, perhaps too much. There is therefore a waste which in my opinion should not be underestimated, given the crisis situation that is experiencing a city like Palermo, where the watchword should be saving. It is right that the rooms are heated, but save some of this money and invest it in risky areas could benefit the city. And the statues are all snug. Good for them.
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  • Despite ongoing restaurations, there are enough interesting exhibits available on the ground floor that is still accessible for free (but get a ticket at the entrance). See my photos for the variety o...  more »
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  • Great little museum and green courtyard to wander round. Beautiful building and well laid out with signs in Italian and English. Unfortunately most of the museum was still under refurbishment so didn't get the chance to look at all of it although tickets were free
  • The treasures are there as advertised, and the reconstruction of fragments (of which there are many) is honest and helpful. However, the information sheets on the major works are horrendously badly conceived and written. The information you need - what and when - is hidden, often at the end of some 30 lines of text, most of which deals with the history of the find. We are thus taught a history of archeology in Sicily, in the chatty tones of the Giornale di Sicilia. The pieces, the context, etc. barely get a mention. Of course, the smaller exhibits have only the correct and necessary information, but even these are sometimes placed in the wrong box. As you finish the second and third floors, use an academic archeologist as a consultant, not a writer.
  • Unfortunately it was being refurbished, but having had the chance to visit the research section of the museum I must day they have very good collections. Can't wait to go back and check it after they reopen.
  • Nice. It is free!
  • Closed on Mondays. Still under refurbishment, only a few items are on show. Free.