Palazzo Spada is a palace in Terni, Umbria, central Italy, built on behest of Count Michelangelo Spada in the mid-16th century and designed by Antonio da Sangallo the Younger. It currently serves as the town hall for the city. Alexandre de Rogissart wrote about the palace in the eighteenth century, remarking the beauty of its structure.The inner lounges are decorated with cinquecento frescoes, which were supplement with newer decorations in the 18th century. The palace came to the Massarucci family in the 19th century, and subsequently was given to the Sisters of the Infant Jesus. After being handed over to the municipal administration of Terni, it was restored to render it fit for its new destination as the city's town hall.
All main floor rooms are decorated with frescoes dating from the second half of the sixteenth to the nineteenth century.
Coordinates 42°33'38.725" N 12°38'48.261" E