The Daniels House Museum is a precious and rare example in Sardinia of authentic 19th century Manor House, the building, divided into three floors, also hosts temporary exhibitions dedicated to crafts and art. The ground floor is characterized by low vaulted ceilings and massive arches in trachyte, a stone staircase leads to the first floor, where temporary exhibitions are hosted with issues related to contemporary art and local crafts like the filet, the watermark, the Asphodel and Palm baskets. On the second floor you can admire an authentic 19th century stately apartment, in which the only touch of "modernity" is the electrical system, characterized by ceramic switches.
The third floor contains the most important collection of Maria Melis, one of the most important national leaders of art and communication of the Fascist period. A rich collection, which ranges from painting to ceramic, from photographic documentation to graphic design, allows you to retrace the path of the great multi-faceted bosano artist.