An elegant 18th-century building stands in the heart of the historic centre of Piegaro: Palazzo Misciattelli-Pallavicini, one of the most important buildings in the village.
The palazzo was one of the properties owned by the Pallavicini family, who were of noble Roman lineage, and was a country residence. For a certain period, the Pallavicini played an important role in Piegaro, having purchased the important glassworks in Piegaro.
The palazzo was temporarily the seat of the municipio (Town Hall) after the Second World War and later became a prestigious period residence. It is currently possible to visit its frescoed rooms and private chapel subject to prior reservation.