The Leone museum, situated in the sixteenth-century Casa Alciati and a part of the Baroque Palazzo Langosco, houses┬áthe collection of the notary Camillo Leone. Prehistoric and Roman finds, Etruscan and Apulian jars, vases, ceramics and more take the visitors on a chronological trip through the history of Vercelli, from its origins to the Renaissance period. Of particular interest are the collections of ceramics from Lombardy and the examples of eighteenth-century men’s and women’s clothing which bear witness to the influence of French fashion.