The ancient sarcophagus of Rapolla takes its name from its find spot, near the town of Rapolla. It is from a workshop in Asia Minor and dates to the late II century AD. Now it's in the Museo Nazionale del Melfese, in the Castle of Melfi.
Church of Santa Lucia (10th-11th centuries), with Romanesque, Apulian and Byzantine influences.
Rapolla Cathedral- a 13th-century church, with Lombard Gothic influences in the façade portal. The bell tower (1209) is from Master Sasolo of Muro Lucano, who also sculpted the bas-reliefs with Adam and Eve and Annunciation inside the church.