The Museum is housed in a building from the early ' 900 belonged to a family of Santadi, restored and recently purchased by the city. Located in the town, the classic House typologically reflects peasant woman still present in the area of Sulcis. Also the materials and construction techniques are those of the local tradition, with arched ceilings incannucciato tied with strands of dwarf Palm and roof supported by wooden beams and covered with green tiles "sardines".
The exhibition was born with the intention of representing the agro-pastoral houses of the period in all its functions and overall
The Museum houses artefacts found in the area and the low Sulcis area, thanks to the research of surface and systematic excavations carried out in the archaeological sites of the area.
(II) Museo Civico Archeologico di Santadi recounts, according to an exhibition of historical monuments and cultures that alternated in the fertile lands of the low Sulcis: the Gulf of Palmas Is pads to Figueras