The Museum includes the oldest part of the Dominican convent of San Marco. In addition to Beato Angelico, the frescoes of the cloister, Chapter House, the cells and corridors of the dormitory he most important pictorial cycle of its activity, here worked painters like Domenico Ghirlandaio and G.A. Sogliani, who painted the frescoes on the two refectories, and Fra Bartolomeo, who lived in the convent at the beginning of the 16th century. In the ancient Hospice today you will find a large collection of paintings on wood of Angelico, while in the area once devoted to guest quarters are architectural and decorative remains from the ancient buildings of Florence Center demolished in the late 19th century. On the first floor of the Museum, along with the dormitory cells, is located the Monumental Library by Michelozzo, who hosts an exhibition of Chorals that are part of the rich Museum Fund.