Mandralisca Museum (Museo Mandralisca) Tours
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Mandralisca Museum (Museo Mandralisca) may not rank among Italy’s (or Sicily’s) largest cultural attractions, but visitors say it’s still worth making a stop. That’s because this small, privately owned destination is a Mecca for Greek ceramics, Arab pottery and some incredible Italian Renaissance portraits. The museum dates back nearly two centuries and houses the personal art collection of Barone Mandralisca, including an iconic portrait by Donatello da Messina.
Although the museum is full of rare wonders, travelers and locals say visitors should be prepared, as most of the museum’s signage is only in Italian. Still, the works alone make it well-worth the trip.
The museum is located near the corner of Via Mandralisca and Cortile Ferrara in Cefalu. It is open daily from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m.
Address: Via Mandralisca, 13, Cefalù PA 90015, Italy
Hours: Open daily 9am-7pm
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What are Mandralisca Museum (Museo Mandralisca) hours of operation?
Mandralisca Museum (Museo Mandralisca) hours of operation: Open daily 9am-7pm. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.