The Museum of the Certosa di Pavia is situated in Certosa. The Museum was opened permanently in 2008 and is spread over two floors. The museum's mission is to protect, conserve, develop, publicly display and promote awareness of the historical and artistic heritage. The museum includes sculptures attributed to Bambaia, the series of drawings for the facade of the Certosa, the Ecce Homo replicated by Bramantino, and a first group of casts made by the Milanese trainers Peter and Edward Pierotti. About the project of Luca Beltrami it was made the plaster casts to the casts and Renaissance sculptures of the façade and the two cloisters. The paintings on display in the collection are part of the circle of Lombard painters of the early Renaissance. The goal of the museum is to create a relationship between the past and the present of the Certosa.