In the Museum are all aspects of the material culture of Sardinia (clothes, jewelry, textiles and wooden weapons, masks, breads, folk music instruments, utensils and household tools and work, etc.). The collections include approximately 8000 specimens, dating largely to the period between the late 19th century and the first fifty years of the twentieth century. Exposes about 80 male and female clothes and several infant clothing, all authentic and actually used before the acquisition. .
It is a vast collection of jewels and amulets of the Museum. facial Masks, wooden bells and sheep skins, represent the various events that sink their roots in the events of the distant Mediterranean peoples. There are about 60 of Sardinian folk music instruments, along with several sound devices and toys. The Museum showcases expose finally about 100 traditional breads, part of collection of over 600 varieties, most of which has long been moved from use. the Museum is the most important regional ethnographic collection permanently open to the public. the Museum is connected with the Specialized Library of the ISRE accessed upon written request. &NBSP;