The same floor houses a section dedicated to the city and region, with materials documenting their development.
The historical-artistic section on the upper floors, exhibits works that became part of the collection following the organisation of Church property after the unification of Italy. These are mostly 14th century panels and important paintings on canvas completed between the 16th and 18th centuries.
Among the most noteworthy works in the collection, there is the processional banner depicting the Madonna della Misericordia e Monogramma, completed in the second half of the 15th century by a follower of Niccolò Alunno, and The Coronation of the Virgin (1522), by Giovanni di Pietro, known as Lo Spagna, designed for the high altar of the Chiesa di San Martino.
The complex also includes the Olive Oil Museum, dedicated to PDO extra virgin olive oils, which is divided into four sections: " Botany"; " Getting to know olive oil and the olive tree"; " The olive tree: symbol of peace" and " History of the olive tree". Through information panels, multimedia, archaeological finds and oil machines, the museum documents the various aspects related to olive cultivation, which so strongly characterises the landscape of the surrounding hills and the economy of the entire region. A true journey, with audio guide, into the microcosm linked to olive oil production.
January - March: Friday Saturday and Sunday 10:00–13:00 and 15:00–18:00
April to October: Tuesday to Sunday 10:00–13:00 and 15:00–18:00
November: Friday Saturday and Sunday 10:00–13:00 and 15:00–18:00
Decembre: Tuesday to Sunday 10:00–13:00 and 15:00–18:00
The museum is closed on 25 December and 1 January