The Archaeological Civic Museum is part of the MULA +, and it’s spread over two small rooms: the first is dedicated to the Latronico Caves, an important prehistoric site inhabited from the end of the Mesolithic (VII-VI millennium BC) to the Bronze Age (XIV century BC), where lithic objects, bone tools and ceramics were found; the second is dedicated to the grave goods, coming from the enotria necropolis of Colle dei Greci (VII-V century BC), composed of locally produced and imported ceramics. The archaeological site is located a few meters from the museum.