In the room Production, the protagonists are ceramic and lithic materials. Particularly significant is the ceramic and lithic documentation of the Neolithic Age recovered both in the home of Azzollini Fund (on the plateau above the Pulo), both on the bottom of the sinkhole.
The pottery on display is divided by type and impression technique: walls, feet, rims, handles and grips with digital, instrumental, cardial and rocker decoration. The lithic industry exposed comprises geometric plates, scrapers, gravers, chisels, mouthpieces, heads and blades, sickle elements and awls. A trapezoid limestone hatchet is worthy of attention.
The most common raw material is flint; it is obsidian from the island of Lipari, with splinters and strip non retouched. They are also used as limestone and sandstone, easily found near the village.
The expository panels help the visitor in the reconstruction and visualization of the cooking techniques, pottery and the practice of the chipping and grinding of stone tools.