The finds distributed in the various rooms are all locally sourced and cover a period extending from Prehistory to High Middle Age. The documentation is the most significant of the Roman period: in the ground floor the lapidary objects are collected from numerous inscriptions of the oldest nucleus of the museum to the tombstones recovered in Pian di Bezzo.
A number of cult statues of the second century AD is due to the religious sphere, representing Eastern and Egyptian deities, among which stand out the young Attis with his characteristic pointed cap. Among the finds from the city we can see the furniture and furnishings of two Imperial period domus.
National Archaeological Museum is part of Route V - Via Sarsinate