The Museo Correale di Terranova was founded in Sorrento as a result of a donation made by the noble Conti Correale, great connoisseurs of art who lived in the nineteenth century. Attractions on the ground floor include the portraits of the Conti Correale, the aristocratic chapel and the room that houses examples of period intarsia work from Sorrento, with masterpieces by nineteenth-century cabinetmakers. Seventeenth and eighteenth-century paintings of the Neapolitan school depicting sacred and historical subjects hang on the first floor. Nineteenth-century paintings of still lives and works by landscape artists of the ‘School of Posillipo’ can be found on the second floor. The third floor houses the museum’s most fascinating collection: maiolica and porcelain wares documenting European taste in the eighteenth century.