Juliet's House: interior

The inside of the house is arranged as a small museum with information about the building and Shakespeare's tragedy, Romeo and Juliet.

The frescoes, paintings, and ceramics are chosen to reflect the setting and story of his play while the furniture and furnishings are all genuine antiques from the 16th and 17th centuries.

There is no evidence, however, that anything in the house now belonged to either the Capulets or the Cappello family.