Trapani Pepoli Museum apartment with Balcony
Located on the 3rd floor of a residential building (NO lift) this wide and bright apartment with lovely balcony facing the Pepoli park and the magnificent church "Annunciation" is perfect for who wish to explore this incredible corner of Sicily.
The apartment can accomodate up to 5 people and is composed of 2 double bedroom one of Which can host a third guest in a single bed, a bathroom with bathtub, a kitchen with table and a lovely living room with balcony. The rooms are all very spacious and quiet. In the house, equipped with TV with satellite and internet wi-fi the guests can find a collection of interesting books in different languages and Also a plan.
The house is located in a strategic position, near to the city center (20 min. At walking distance), in front of the beautiful church of Annunziata ( "Sanctuary of Our Lady of Annunciation") and the adjacent Regional Museum Agostino Pepoli, one of the most important Sicilian museums, a place not to miss.
Free parking is possible.
Baby cot and high chair are available.
the Museum of Pepoli is a remarkable historic-cultural interest. In 1902 it was the Count Agostino Pepoli, That, adding its collections, took care of its first accommodation. Situated in the fourteenth-century former convent of the Carmelites, is Placed side by side to the "Santuario dell 'Annunziata" ( "Sanctuary of Our Lady of Annunciation") or "Madonna of Trapani" ( "Madonna of Trapani"), in the garden of Which there is the entrance to the Pepoli Museum. Inside, it is possible to visit a wide assortment of collections, That attract visitors' attention.
It is a place where are shown testimonies the most important activities of Trapani area, the art of coral, known and esteemed all over the world. But besides to give much space to the decorative arts, at the first floor you may appreciate the Picture-gallery, where paintings and sculptures of modern and contemporary art are shown.
The museum preserves Hundreds of pieces such as stoups holy water, crucifixes, sacred and profane jewels, chalices, and is the seat of the exposition of Christmas Cribs, up till now produced by local handicraft, That are real masterpieces made by coral, copper, ivory and sea materials.
To be noticed is the accuracy of Sicilian jewels, the archaeological findings, the coins, the polychromy of the pottery, and spectacular eighteenth-century floors depicting scenes of tuna fishing.
To be Mentioned, among the donations made to the museum, the ones of Count Hernandez of Erice and of the Sera Pepoli Hospice. The museum is open every day to the public.
Where: Via Conte Agostino Pepoli
When: from Monday to Saturday: from 9 to 00. 01 m to 30 p. m. and from 3. 00 p. m. 7 to 30 p. m
Sunday: from 9. 00 a. 12 m to 30 p. m
Entrance: € 6 ticket - 3 € reduced ticket (for visitors from 18 to 25 years)