È an eighteenth century palace belonged to the Lepri family, già municipal office, andè consisting of a archaeological section and gallery, with artworks from the cityà churches; and the territory; It provides evidence of the artistic production and the local devotion. These collections are, in fact, a unique source from the point of view of history and of Bevagna culture, indicative of the way of being and thinking of a communityà.
SECTION ARCHEOLOGY the selected group of archaeological materials, whose original nucleus dates back to the late eighteenth century, includes exhibits by’ età archaic to the imperial : fragments of sculptures, inscriptions, funeral steles, coins età Roman Republican, bronzes, ceramics and urns locally produced. These findings complement the conspicuous archaeological walled collecting along the stairs of the building.&Nbsp;
GALLERY The gallery owes its formation to demaniazioni postunitarie, later augmented by other works from churches towns and territory. They document the livelinessà dell’ local art in the late Five hundred and the first halfà the next century the works of artists bevanati Ascensidonio Spacca said Fantino (Case Blessed James and Our Lady of Constantinople) and Andrea Camassei (St. Joseph and Holy Head). Valuable also the ' Adoration of the Magi Corrado Giaquinto and Madonna and Child Dono Doni.
Among the wooden worksè the wooden model of the Church of the Madonna delle Grazie.