The museum was born out of a new way of conceiving am exhibition, not as a static place, but one which is dynamic and capable of innovation and connecting with the territory. Opened in 2009, it is divided into three sections:
Palaeontology: preserved fossils of ammonites and mammals;
Pre-history and Proto-history: artifacts from different areas belonging to the Upper Paleolithic and the Chalcolithic Ages, and findings from the territory of Corciano belonging to the Bronze and Iron Ages;
Classic Archeology: remains from the Etruscan necropolis of Strozzacapponi, as well as Roman findings from other areas and objects from shrines and places of worship.