Ferrari Ardicini Palace
In the center of town, the nineteenth century palace is the headquarters of the City of Gozzano. It owes its very existence to the family of the same name and is recommended not only for its art nouveau architectural value, but also because of its splendid garden that is home to a hundred-year-old Ginkgo biloba specimen.
The palace is set up in a U shape and its shortest side wings extend out into the garden embellished with camellias, magnolias, Lebanon cedars, and a large Monkey Puzzle tree. Inside is an elegant space that includes frescoes, a skillfully worked wrought-iron grand staircase, and sowed Venetian floors that are in contrast to the light rendered from a skylight above.