The museum makes it accessible to the community the finds from the archaeological excavations carried out since 1997 in the Neolithic village of Azzollini Fund and at the archaeological site (ovoid karst depression located a few kilometers from the town of Molfetta) by the Superintendence of Archaeological Heritage of Apulia, under the scientific direction of Dr. Francesca Radina.
The exhibition, organized by themes, illustrates the features of the karst sinkhole in its environmental, archaeological and historical features, that make it an absolutely unique context in the national archaeological overview and allows us to discover, with a guided tour, the various phases of occupation of the Pulo, a site antrophized ever since.
The sections are independent of each other so as to leave the visitor free to choose the preferred path without being deprived of global comprehension.
The building is situated on two floors (ground floor and first floor), with assisted access. In addition to the exhibition rooms, on the ground floor there are the reception (ticket office & book shop), the archeology laboratory , the equipped storage for archaeological finds and a small room intended for meetings, workshops, promotional activities and laboratories.