Museo Capitolare di San Lorenzo

The Museum is placed on the ancient residences of the canons of the Cathedral, it winds through 25 rooms with art works from the Dome and other churches of the Dioceses. It exhibits liturgical vestments, illuminated codes, among which Evangeliaries and Antiphonals, silver works, a XIII Century Faldstool, along with paintings and sculptures from the XI Century to the XIX Century, including works by Arnolfo di Cambio, Meo da Siena, Pompeo Cocchi, Agostino di Duccio, and the only artwork by Luca Signorelli in Perugia. Next to the rooms, the entrance to the archeological area of the Cathedral, where is possible to see the original Acropolis, built right upon the Etruscan terrace.