Two rooms in the Museum are bestowed with wooden statues from various periods and origins, and with the sculptures that adorned the various floors of the Monastery dating back to the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries.

There are some tabernacles: the first one goes back to the Renaissance Age where Saint Peter's head in bas-relief is clearly visible; another Florentine one dating back to around the mid-15th century with Christ in Mercy.

In the Museum we can also find a medieval stone lion, a statue of Saint Benedict dating back to 1488 and artwork by the monk sculptor Fra Celso and an asporsorium from the 16th century.

The room with the wooden statues has works dating back to the 15th and 16th centuries: here we can find the statues of Mother Mary and Child, Saint Sebastian, Saint John the Baptist and Saint Nicholas of Mira.