While visiting the Legend of the True Cross frescoes at St. Franceso, I saw a sign describing this exhibit, at an adjacent building. When I bought my ticket, the attendant explained that this exhibit consisted of works by Vasari, and that there was a second exhibit, in the basement of the church, which consisted of works by artists who were active at the same time as Vasari. As a Vasari fan, I enjoyed the first exhibit, but have to admit I was very impressed with the second. It was beautifully staged, complete with a man in Renaissance dress, who greeted you as you entered. It was so realistic, I don't know if it was "live" or done somehow with mirrors. The catalog of the exhibit was beautiful. I didn't buy it, because it was in Italian only, and was heavy to carry around, but I regret that. It would have been a nice keepsake.