A rich collection, that arose to train through excavation campaigns, donations and surface collections at various locations in the territory, formed the nucleus for the formation of propulsive Museum. As the exhibition space has been chosen the former Granite Mountain, centrally located, next to the Church of Santa Giulia.
One section is entirely dedicated to the pottery of the votive offerings of St. Joseph. The exhibition, which includes materials of excavations in the Church of Santa Giulia, follows a chronological and topographic criteria. The Museum has an articulated educational apparatus