Giovardiana Library

The library is one of the oldest public libraries and contains some 16,000 volumes dealing with topics of a religious, philosophical, theological, juridical, historical, literary and scientific nature. It takes its name from Mons. Vittorio Giovardi (1699-1786) who was a “Decanus Utriusque Signaturae” in the Supreme Court of the Church Read more…

Casamari Archaeological Museum

The museum is located inside the ancient refectory of the Abbey of Casamari and tells the whole territory starting from prehistory: from tusks of elephas antiquus, burials of the age of copper, and archaeological finds that can be traced back to the populations of the Ernici and Volsci Then you Read more…

Veroli Herbs Museum

The museum located inside Palazzo Morganti hosts a collection of herbs from the Ernici Mountains that illustrate the rich variety of flora with over 1200 species of plants including beautiful wild orchids. The plants are classified according to the habitats at different altitudes and the healing properties of some medicinal Read more…

Archaeological Civic Museum

The museum is located in the town hall building and is dedicated to Hernia and Roman civilization. One of the most interesting pieces in Veroli’s history is a Latin epigraph reminiscent of Gracco, prefect of the smiths, and one that recalls the duumviro Lucio Alfio, which was part of a Read more…

Archives of Innocent III

The archive is located inside the 12th century Episcopal Seminary in the upper part of the town where the acropolis once stood. The building had been built by Pope Eugenius II who had lived there and other popes such as Lucius III, Alexander III and Innocent III, to whom it is Read more…

Archaeological Museum

The museum is located in the ancient Town Hall which dates back to the 13th century and is located just behind the cathedral in the heart of the historical centre of Segni. Through a didactic route, the history of Segni is traced from the pre-Roman period, through the Roman and Read more…

White Gallery Museum

The White Gallery is located inside the Abbey of Valvisciolo, in the refectory room that overlooks the internal cloister, and was established from a legacy of William Guidi. The gallery is dedicated to the Irish abbot Stanislao White (1839 – 1911) who brought the abbey back to life by funding Read more…

“Once upon a time” Museum

This unusual museum presents six scenes of the traditional life of the fields with handmade characters able to move thanks to a special mechanism. All the scenarios are handmade with cork, papier-mâché and stucco, as in a large crib of the Neapolitan tradition. The scenes represent: the olive harvest, fish Read more…