Mandralisca Museum and its works of art
A few steps away from the cathedral you will find the Mandralisca museum, the only museum in Cefalù, which exposes several works by artists such as Antonello da Messina or the ones of the Flemish school, but also greek archeological finds, among which vases, sarcophagi and mosaics. Inside the museum is also preserved the numismatic collection, consisting of coins from the most important ancient mints of Sicily and nearby Lipari, with Greek, Roman and Sikeliot coins, and is considered the second in the world for completeness of the series. There is also a section dedicated to the municipal library.
- From the train station: walk along via Aldo Moro and take Corso Ruggero; turn left into Via Mandralisca;
- From Piazza Cristoforo Colombo, on the Lungomare Giardina: walk along Via Vittorio Emanuele and turn right into via Mandralisca.
The site is open every day from 09:00 to 19:00.
On public holidays it is open at the following times: 9:00 – 12:30 / 15:30 – 19:00
In the months of July and August: continuous opening from 9:00 to 23.00
Ticket prices for entrance to the Museum
Reduced 4,00€ (groups of more than 10 people, for 11 – 15 years old children)
Reduced 2,00€ (school groups, 6 – 10 years old children)
Free (Cefalù school groups, Cefalù residents)
Info & Contacts on the Museum, to find out more
Telephone: (+39) 0921 421547