Tucked into a pleasant courtyard, I saw a lot of people snap a picture of the courtyard and not walk up the steps to the museum. They missed out. The monastery is small, but very atmospheric. The fact that it hasn't been overly restored for tourists is great; it's like something you'd picture in The Name of the Rose. The rooms are well preserved; the echoing chamber on the lower floor and the chapel in particular are even a bit eerie. You can walk through at your own pace for 5 Euros and the lady running the museum is happy to give you more information.