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Palazzo dei Priori | Corso Vannucci 25, Perugia, Italy
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Perugia's Exchange Guild, the home of the region's money changers, dates from the thirteenth-century and boasts some of Italy's best preserved Renaissance frescoes painted by Perugino.
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Palazzo dei Priori | Corso Vannucci 25, Perugia, Italy
+39 075 572 8599
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Reviewed 15 May 2016 via mobile

Most of the other reviews pick up the highpoints. Its stunning, but also intimate as its fairly small. Go as part of the bundled ticket deal (5 museums etc for about €13).

Thank Mike G
Reviewed 15 March 2016

The art inside of these rooms is simply stunning, really out of this world. There's just SO much detail and care (and gold) in every single inch of the room.

Thank Ettore A
Reviewed 14 November 2015

the frescoes! the wood working! all in a very small, easily accessable location. Would love to see again.

Thank winebore
Reviewed 11 November 2015

The great wooden doors are the giveway to this eye opener. Push through and you are probably inside the largest medieval guildhall in the world. But it is the beautiful wooden soaring ribbing and the startling guild colours that impress more than the swallowing size....More

3  Thank peter g
Reviewed 2 October 2015

I bought a museum card so I didn't pay separately for this site. 5 euros probably is too expensive for 2 rooms if you pay only for this, but I agree with others that the rooms are magnificent. Sadly no photos allowed, even without a...More

Thank 787jom
Reviewed 25 September 2015

Part of the grand Palazzo dei Priori, the Collegio del Cambio is splendid, with fresh frescoes by Perugino and a crazy ceiling. There is carved wood there too, and an exhibit on the measurement and validation of coins. Worth a Museum Pass choice.

Thank NicJBoston
Reviewed 30 July 2015 via mobile

Officially 3 rooms, actually only two (the third one is close to irrelevant) and probably just the first one truly excellent, with Perugino's self portrait. If you are on a budget, skip it and head for the Galleria Nazionale next door. If not, go for...More

Thank XapyNono
Reviewed 30 June 2015

Just 3 rooms, but how amazing! Richly decorated, colorful (the museum keeper told us some people considered too colorful, contesting the latest restoration, but for sure the result is nearer to the original then the black patch that left untouched). Pity you can't take any...More

Thank aa27
Reviewed 12 April 2015

The Exchange Guild consists of only two rooms, but what rooms and what a view! The view, of course, is of frescoes painted by local home-boy favorite Perugino and his pupils (including, probably, Raphael) in the waning years of the 15th century. The colors are...More

1  Thank peterportez
Reviewed 30 October 2014

Just....not my type of museum and it was too small for the price. Not recommended if you are not crazy about frescoes.

1  Thank WingSum Y
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