In this museum the visitors can see galleries of art, predominantly pottery, tapestry, statuary from the early Christian era up to early Renaissance.. The building has a long and interesting history, and in the 20th century Mussolini stayed for a longer period. He always kept the lights on at night, so people who think he worked both day and night. From the balcony on the first floor he also kept several speeches to his followers.
Museum of the Palazzo Venezia
Address: Via del Plebescito 118.
Closed on Mondays