Museum of Sardinian Life and Popular Traditions
The Museo della Vita e delle Tradizioni Popolari Sarde is a major ethnographical museum housed in a building designed by Antonio Simon, whose aim was to replicate a Sardinian village. Some 8 000 exhibits dating from the end of the 19C and first half of the 20C are brought together in this space covering almost 1 000m2, providing a comprehensive overview of a heritage combining traditional techniques and design: clothes, jewellery, musical instruments, reliquaries, liturgical objects and amulets, carpets, objects from daily life, weapons, furniture, masks etc.
Address :v. A.-Mereu 56
Phone:+39 0784 257035
Price:3 € (-18 years old 1 €)
[mid Jun-end Sep: 9am-8pm; rest of year: 9am-1pm, 3pm-7pm]