It was built in 1627 as Tomasi di Lampedusa family residence. Than Convent of Dominicans and, since 1867, Town Hall. It has an iron portal and a series of ornamental windows and balconies making it compact and elegant. Inside, splendid Pirandello Theater. On the fgacade you can see several tombstones dedicated to Dogali Dead (1887), to insurgents of 1848 and Luigi Pirandello. In the hall are exposed two plaques dedicated to the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Pirandello and a relief of Dante Alighieri.