In 1935 emerged the founding committee of the County Museum of Ethnography and Folk Art, and in 1936 the museum opened. In 1970 wood civilization became the main theme. The museum is housed in a listed building, a monument of architecture, built in 1900, that housed the county Prefecture, and recently restored. The collection consists of 15,000 items. The exhibits include interior wooden pieces (furniture, tools and utensils for trades and crafts), technical installations (manual and mechanical), oil presses, wine press, fruit presses, rough homespun hammers, manual and water mills, cupped wheels that convey the force of water for the gold stamp and other complex installations. The museum ...court comprises a small open air department: houses, gates and wooden household cases.