The Casale was Giuseppe Garibaldi’s command post during the garibaldinis march on Rome. Over the course of the years, it has undergone various changes.
In 1930 it was converted from just a traditional farmhouse to a working farm. But still today you can see traces of its history, evidenced by the large fireplace in the centre of the dining room, the windows which are still fitted with the original glass in wooden frames and the high ceilings with the exposed wood beams.
Even with the restructuring over the years, the place still has an ambience reflecting its history.