Opened in 1998, the National Archaeological Museum of Lomellina is located within the Castello Sforzesco in Vigevano. The archaeological evidence from excavations or occasional recoveries in the area. In the first room exposes some funeral of the late La Tène and Roman in the second the late antique and early medieval age, the third the materials from the territory of Vigevano. You add a space intended for rotating exhibitions. The Museum will soon be enriched by a room dedicated to prehistory and protohistory. The Lomellina is an archaeologically rich territory. The remains, mostly random, are attached to works of intensive exploitation of the territory, in particular the leveling of land to create rice paddies. The first sporadic population traces back to Mesolithic and Neolithic. Documentation becomes progressively more plentiful for later bronze age and Iron ages, which says the Celtic culture, and especially to the Roman age, while decreasing for the time early and late Antiquity. A space is reserved for temporary exhibitions.