The Giuseppe Garibaldi Museum is housed in the residence of the family Olginati, which hosted several times Garibaldi during his campaign for independence.
The museum exhibits an impressive collection of clothes, weapons, documents and furnishings of the Risorgimento. It also includes a section dedicated to textiles and fashion of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, ceramics, manuscripts, medals and other objects that testify to the products and the quality of life on Lake Como in the last three centuries.
Open daily expect Monday.
Adults: 4 eur
By walk from Como