Open on 29 August 1981 and set inside the Municipal Villa of the Adriatic town, the collection contains for the most part works by artists from the town itself, such as Pasquale Celommi, born in 1851, whose masterpiece is entitled "The cobbler", and his son Raffaello, born in 1881, famous for his "Seascapes". Furthermore there are works from contemporary artists from the Abruzzi, like a terracotta-piece by Alfonso Tentarelli and a canvas by Gigino Falconi, both from Giulianova.
Born in 1987 on the initiative of some citizens to Montepagano with help from publicist Luigi Braccili, Museum of material culture and looks like a real "home" country divided into multiple environments.
The instruments, tools and accessories of rural life allows you to go through rituals and traditions of peasant material culture. The dining room is "decorated" with late nineteenth century furniture, dishes, bottles and glasses collections, while pans are kept in the kitchen and copper basins, kettles and coffee machines.
In the bedroom there are a beautiful outfit, wedding dresses and a "dress