In the historic district of Kalsa, overlooking the sea, is Palazzo Butera, an eighteenth-century noble palace, purchased by Massimo and Francesca Valsecchi in 2016. The new owners have financed a complete structural and artistic restoration of the building with the intention of opening the property. monumental to public use. Since the spring of 2021 Palazzo Butera has reopened its doors to the public with the first complete installation of the collection by Francesca and Massimo Valsecchi. All the rooms of the building, restored and transformed into exhibition spaces, house works from the collection. Along the exhibition path you will encounter contemporary works of art, ancient paintings, monochrome porcelain, iridescent glass, furniture and English objects from the era of the Industrial Revolution.