Palermo: Serpotta’s Oratories

Giacomo Serpotta was the leading Sicilian sculptor of the late Baroque art in Palermo. This incrediby talented artist contributed significantly to the development of the European artistic tradition. Neglected for too long by art historians, the significance of his work was recently reappraised by the British scholars Antony Blunt and Donald Garstang. Serpotta’s sculptures are absent from museums; they are to be admired in some of Palermo’s most important churches and oratories. This expert-led tour will enable you to familiarize yourself with the work of this maestro while developing a better understanding of and appreciation for different aspects of Sicilian artistic and cultural traditions.
The itinerary covers the oratories of Santa Cita, San Domenico and San Lorenzo.

Rates are per person, and are based on the number of participants in the party:
2 pax €140 - 3 pax €100 - 4 pax €80 - 5 pax €70 - 6 pax €60 - 7 pax €55 - 8 pax €50

Tour duration: ca. 3h
Appointment: 09:30 in front of the Church of San Domenico, Piazza San Domenico
Incidentals: entrance tickets (€ 6)

Contact us to book this private tour of Palermo's oratories, we will let you know about our availabilities and answer any questions you may have.