The Museum contains archaeological remains from a territory inhabited since prehistoric times but profoundly altered politics landowner of Carthage.
The centrepiece of the collection is formed by beetles and jewellery.
The Museum is housed in an old manor house. Is dedicated to the archaeology of Trexenta and documents the continuity of settlement from the Neolithic to the middle ages.
The finds originate from both inhabited by both necropolis and include clay and lithic artefacts of prenuragiche cultures of Sardinia.
The funerary consist of amphorae, jugs, cups, dishes, lamps and incense burners,