Exposes objects that testify to the uses and customs of the island, especially in relation to the processing of the dwarf Palm and fine linen, and natural coloration of fabrics.
Bisso processing is an important peculiarity. It is produced by a filament, scientifically named nacchera "Pinna nobilis", from which it is obtained a precious yarn used for gloves, scarves and other clothing. Are documented the difficult fine woven processing techniques and equipment needed, which were exposed to a temporary exhibition organized by the naturalistic Museum of Basel.
The Museum collected baking tools (in particular, it illustrates the votive bread offered at Patron Sant'Antioco), for the manufacture of cheese, for vine growing and winemaking, for work in the fields (wooden plough and many different types of implements for tilling of the soil), for the activities of the Carpenter, Cooper and blacksmith. In the courtyard are also different types of carts Sardis: sand-oxen, horse and donkey cart. "