The Lorenzo Ferri Museum is dedicated to the great sculptor and scholar of the Holy Shroud who lived between 1902 and 1975.
The artist spent time in Cave where he worked with the archpriest of the collegiate church.
In the 1980s his heirs gave the museum a collection of plaster works that are the sketches of his works.
The collection also includes the Monumental Nativity and the Shroud Studies of the artist.
The museum is located inside the historic building of the former Mattei Hospital, where it is spread over three floors, and in the underground of the Santo Stefano convent under the town hall.