CoopCulture offers guided tours conducted by specialized educational operators to discover Palazzo Bonocore and the “Palermo Felicissima” exhibition.
The exhibition is a cross-media journey through the city of the Florios and the Belle Époque, set up in the evocative halls of Palazzo Bonocore, a jewel in the historic center of Palermo, recently reopened to the public. The exhibition, named after the nickname commonly associated with the city during the Belle Époque in the local imagination, showcases a period when Palermo enjoyed unprecedented cultural and economic prosperity, thanks to the emergence of a burgeoning bourgeoisie, and particularly due to families of entrepreneurs (among which the Florios, Whitakers, Scalias, and Ahrens stand out, to name a few).
The exhibition project shines a spotlight on this historical period, with immersive installations, 360-degree projections, virtual reality, and multimedia works.
INFO AND BOOKINGS
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Tours are available in Italian and English.