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Bourbon Arsenal and Museum of the Sea

Bourbon Arsenal and Museum of the Sea
At the heart of Palermo's port, the Bourbon Arsenal bears the coat of arms of Spain's King Philip IV, who commissioned it as a shipbuilding factory in 1630. Naval ships were made here for centuries; Horatio Nelson even lived in the arsenal for a time around 1800. The restored building is now a maritime history museum, displaying intricate scale models of galley ships, along with cannons and other maritime artifacts.
Via Dell' Arsenale, 140-148, 90142 Palermo PA, Italy
+39 335 610 2379
Mon, Tue, Thur 8am - 5pm
Wed 12am - 6:30pm
Fri 8am - 3pm