Renaissance building built by Federico da Montefeltro and implemented by’ architect Francesco di Giorgio Martini. On the inside are present in the small study of Frederick (whose wooden equipment are on the Metropolitan Museum in New York), some original furniture, a collection of paintings (XIII-XVIII century), the remains of medieval structures; the upper floors of the winning works are visible Biennale of Contemporary Art in Gubbio . The Palace has hosted exhibitions (such as: Light Art, part of Lightquake project 2017, until 25 February 2017; Giuseppe Magni and majolica of historicism, until 20 May 2018; fantastic Middle Ages; Imbilico. Perpetua motus ground), events (such as Palazzo Ducale Wedding), courses (such as historical fencing), educational workshops. The flames of Frederick inspired a leather goods line dedicated to the palace from Vodivì.&Nbsp;
In March 2018è was inaugurated l’ permanent exhibition of Eight Tablets by Taddeo di Bartolo.