Created over the years thanks to many donations, the Textile and Costume Museum has a collection of artefacts from the 14th to the 20th century. The collection, organised thematically, is displayed in five rooms, starting with the sacred vestments room, where a precious velvet with "pomegranate" decoration from the 15th century can be admired. Next comes the costume room, which houses precious elements of men's and women's clothing, including the Empire-style dress that belonged to Alexandrine Bonaparte, Napoleon's niece. The accessories room, which displays a wide range of headphones, shoes and bags, leads to the room of woven fabrics, which illustrates the richness and variety of this type of artefact. The exhibition ends with a room dedicated to local textiles, including the ancient 'Perugian tablecloths'.