-Museo dell’Opera del Duomo (cathedral museum)The museum houses the seven original moulds of Donatello’s marble pulpit as well as works by Cavaraggio” ( L’incoronazione di spine 1605), Giovanni Bellini, Carlo Dolci and others. Thanks to the recent restoration we can now admire the fine Romanesque cloister and the “Volte”(vaults), a frescoed transept which in 1605 was used as burial ground.
-Museo di Pittura Murale (fresco museum)Inside this museum are polyptic works by Bernardo Daddi, Giovanni da Milano, Lorenzo Monaco, the sinopia of the frescoes in the Cattedrale of Paolo Uccello and numerous altar pieces by Filippo Lippi.
-Pecci Museum, this museum is an absolute must for contemporary art lovers. It was founded in 1988 and houses an important permanent collection consisting of works by major artists from the last 30 years. It is also internationally active with a wide programme of temporary exhibitions, shows and multi-media events
-Museo del Tessuto (textile museum), it is until now the only museum in Italy entirely dedicated to the textile industry. It was founded in 1975 and houses over 6,000 examples of fabrics from all over the world from the 5th century to the present. It is located in the old “Cimatoria Campolmi”, a jewel of industrial archaeology which houses machinery and tools for the textile industry too
There is an admission fee for all the above museums