Ingauno Civic Museum

Established in 1933 on the initiative of Nino Lamboglia, it is located in the old Town Hall. In the Consul’s Hall, on the ground Floor, the 13th century municipal Tower displays the remains of ancient  Roman and Byzantine Albingaunum: epigraphs, burial urns and stone fragments among which the inscription “Marinaces”, the oldest  abbot of the monastery on the Gallinara Island that we only know by his name.

The Loggia, built in 1421, preserves a mosaic floor from the 1st century. d.C., a marble puteal of late imperial age, medieval inscriptions and the ancient units of measurement of the Municipality of Albenga. On the back wall is the large fresco of the Crucifixion, by Giovanni Canavesio, from the late fifteenth century.


Winter Time
September 16 - June 14
from Thuesday to Sunday
10:00 - 12:30 14:30 - 18:30
Closed on Monday

Summer Time
(June 15  - September 15)
from Thuesday to Sunday
9:30 - 12:30 15:30 - 19:30
Closed on Monday


Full € 3
Reduced € 2 *
Facilitated € 1,50 **

children under 14 years of age and over 65;
to groups of at least 4 people;

** Facilitated:
to those who visited another museum of the civic network on the same day (presenting the ticket);
to school groups (<18 years) composed of at least 15 people accompanied by their own guide;

Free for children up to 6 years and for ICOM members.