Work of a sixteenth-century makeover, Palazzo Vescovile has two beautiful facades, one in front of the Baptistery , the other on via Bernardo Ricci , with traces of fifteenth-century frescoes. It rested on a loggia that was closed at the time of the renovation and intended to house warehouses and shops. A recent restoration has brought to light elements of the ancient loggia which still retains its commercial function and houses prestigious shops: it is sufficient to enter one of these to observe medieval pillars and structures in evidence.

Since the Bishopric was moved to the Costa-Balestrino palace in 1954, the Bishop's Palace has housed the Diocesan Museum. The visit allows you to admire the interior of the prestigious building, and in particular the room with the coats of arms and names of the successive Bishops in the diocese of Albenga from 451 AD. C. until today.