The main attraction of the building is the Boardroom, enriched in the upper area by a band of frescoes painted by artists from Viterbo. There are numerous elements in peperino, including a fireplace and a pulpit.
There are also many references to loyalty to Rome. The palace is enclosed between two towers.
The first one is the clock tower, at the base of which is a plaque, affixed in 1320. A municipal proclamation sculpted on this plaque prohibited the abode in the village for murders and traitors. The other tower, accessible from the town hall, can be entirely visited and from its summit you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the hamlet and its surrounding valley.