Samson collection, exhibited mostly in the Morning's pharmacy, located in the main street of the village, which houses historical artifacts, archaeological and folklore. It is definitely must see for visitors, both the ancient and original furniture, pharmaceuticals and the rich collection of archaeological finds.
An unusual combination of medicines and precious archaeological finds; over 4000 pieces that the late Dr. Matteo Sansone, avid collector, collected by supporting archaeological research and the divulgandone value. There are a number of finds from the necropolis of Monte Saraceno; but
The Civic Museum, founded in 1982 and located in the heart of Mattinata, was opened to the public only in 1990. Today the Museum organises temporary exhibitions. In Mattinata the story is still alive: on the Monte Saraceno, a necropolis belonging to the Daunia population was found, near the sea there are the remains of historical villas and in the historical centre there are still traces of the first houses, such as the “Pagliai” a rectangular base of low buildings, made up of embedded raw local limestone rocks.