There are many different forms of art here, frescoes, paintings, sculptures, etc., but what I found most interesting were the rooms on the first floor. It was nice to see the items in place and understand the life that runs alongside such works of art. I also loved to see the furniture especially the amazingly detailed inlay work on many cabinets. ( I suspect I was born in the wrong era!)The information leaflets, in a stand in each room, were very useful and interesting and available in five or six languages including English. The toilets were clean and when you are out and about sightseeing it is nice to find. This attraction is just along the road from Santa Maria della Spina and on the way to the Keith Haring murale so you can combine all these free attractions. The strange thing was that this place was empty, perhaps people think that if it is free it is not worth it, but if you want your holiday money to last I say try it, if you don't like it leave, but I bet you won't!
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