It is composed of large halls from the XIV century and of significant surroundings, typical of the ancient life monastery. The museum exhibits valuable illuminated choir book dating back to the XV century, church furnishings, tapestries and paintings. Particularly remarkable is the wonderful polychromatic wooden Crucifix attributed to Giovanni Angelo Montorsoli and a ceramic bust attributed to Andrea della

After a room dedicated to the Ancient Chemist’s and a drugstore’s laboratory, the exhibition ends up with the most characteristic surrounding of the monastery: the Common Room fireplace.

Free entrance
OPENING TIME: Sundays and public holydays 10-12; 2pm-5pm