The Diocesan Museum of Albenga preserves a rich collection of works of art that spans more than a thousand years of history.

Walking through the rooms of the Diocesan Museum you can admire early Christian finds , medieval paintings , sixteenth- century tapestries , up to the eighteenth-century statues. The gems of the collection are the three paintings: the "Martyrdom of St. Catherine of Alexandria" by Guido Reni, the "Miracle of St. Verano" by Giovanni Lanfranco and the "St. John in the desert" ancient copy from Caravaggio.

The Museum is set up inside the ancient Bishop's Palace , the visit allows you to cross the "room of greenery" and the chapel of the ancient tower, frescoed in the 60s of the fifteenth century by Bishop Napoleone Fieschi, once used as an apartment deprived of the incaune bishops.

Timetables and Tickets


The Museum is currently being refitted with a new itinerary and a novelty that will be announced in the first months of 2023. The Paleo-Christian Baptistery can currently be visited according to the usual ticket office hours: 9.30/12.30 and 14.30/17.30 (Closed on Mondays ). The museum space of the Oratorio della Madonna della Ripa in Pieve di Teco will instead be open only by reservation for groups of more than 10 people.


All the museums of Albenga