The City Museum of Palazzo Trinci is located in the center of Foligno, in Piazza della Repubblica. The Trinci Palace is one of the examples of late-Gothic houses of central Italy. Inside the Palace the wonderful fresco by Gentile da Fabriano is still visible today which tells the story of the founding of Rome. The City Museum consists of several sections: the art gallery, the archaeological museum, the multimedia Museum of Tournaments and the rides and the Municipal Museum Institution. The Art Gallery houses paintings of Foligno school of painting from the fourteenth to the sixteenth century. Among the most important artists we include: Bartolomeo di Tommaso, Dono Doni, John of Corraduccio and many others. The Archaeological Museum houses ceramics, bronzes, sculptures and architectural fragments found during excavations in the territory. The Municipal Museum Institution is the most active witness to the history of the city of Foligno. The testimonies exposed trace the fifteenth century until the unification of Italy and gives an insight into everyday city life. The collection includes: necklaces, bats, liturgical vestments and a special cupboard in carved walnut. Concludes the path the Multimedia Museum of Tournaments, Rides and games that illustrates the journey between ancient knights, tournaments, festivals and medieval games. The visit offers a virtual and interactive tour for the complete understanding of the museum and its history.