A guide will accompany you through the exhibition of the museum. The archaeological section tells the archaeology of the territory of Arzachena joining the plastic models of the monuments reproductions of the finds that were found in the archaeological areas.
You will have the opportunity to dwell on the daily habits of the nuragic man, on food, clothing, tanning techniques of the skins and to learn some details about the life of our ancestors
You can know the techniques and methods of firing ceramics, appreciate some reproductions and have some news about metallurgy, how the nuragici made bronzes and jewels using the lost wax technique, on how they melted axes and daggers in the special stone moulds
The ethnographic section documents with original Sardinian costumes, furnishings and antique objects the ancient traditions of the island
This activity is recommended to all those who wish to approach the archaeology of Sardinia in a singular and direct way. It is also very appreciated by families with children. It takes place by reservation in Italian or in the language
The Labenur Museum is open from Monday to Saturday, from 9:30-13:00 and 15:00-18:00