Is an interesting agreement collection of paintings, sculptures, silverware, ceramics and vestments, from the churches of the area.
The Museo Diocesano di Camerino, from 1968, is ordered in the halls of the Archbishop's Palace, monumental building built in the last thirty years of the ' 500, embracing two wings of the piazza Vittorio Emanuele II. The Museum is devoted the main part of the noble floor, North and west sides. Preserving collections are evidence of the demographic situation, economic, liturgical, civil and ecclesiastical life of a diocese and extended on the offshoots of the Sibillini. Together with some 18th century paintings, the Museum collects the 1300s frescoes of a Romanesque church still exists, Rimini in style, but made by local craftsmen, the first of a creative activity which developed mainly in the next century