With its remarkable collection of the 13th-15th century local artists, if you are interested in “Byzantine” style and "trecento” art, then it is a must see. The building itself, erected in the 15th century as a family home, is somewhat run down, but it adds to the experience. Beware – you will have to go up three floors and the ceilings in noble houses were very high. The museum doesn’t offer audio guides, but there is free Wi-Fi and you can navigate with the help of Pinacoteca Nazionale website. The best way to view the collection is to begin from the top floor and move downwards.