The Museum Casa Manno, situated in the oldest historic centre nucleus, in the neighbourhood Pou Salit (salted well) and Santa Maria cathedral, is an historical narrative of the Sardinian people reminisced through the life of Giuseppe Manno, the great historian of Alghero.
The itinerary exposition winds its way between 11 rooms offering, with interactive multimedia support too, an age slice rich of transformation, central for the Italian history on its formation process to be a nation. The museum also has a room for children entertainment and for didactic museum.
An important holding composed by furnitures, paintings, sculptures, old presses and books, correspondences hand written and original documentation regarding the great intellectual, Manno, tell us a story of Sardinian population between the end of eighteenth and the nineteenth century.
This site is closed in compliance with the national regulations of the DPCM of 4 November 2020 which provides for closures of cultural, archaeological and natural sites up to December 3, 2020
SINGLE TICKET € 5 | By single tickets we mean individual visitors
REDUCED-PRICE TICKETS € 4 | Minimum group size 20 people (reservation required)
School group minimum size 15 students (reservation required)
Young ticket: for young people from 14 to 18
Full-price adult ticket for two parents and free entry for up to three children (up to age 14).
A reduced-price ticket must be bought for each child beyond the first three.
The Family ticket is valid for all the museums, exhibitions and towers except for large exhibitions and Neptune’s Grotto, for which special Family Days will be organised with special offers.