Evidence recovered in the sites of Villacidro and other nearby villages tells us about prehistoric times and ancient history in the Medio Campidano province. In the Villa Leni civic archaeological museum, there are artefacts on display, ranging from the Neolithic period to the Copper Age and the Bronze Age and from the Punic Age to the Ancient Roman period, until the Early Middle Ages. The exhibition, which has been held since 2003 in the former grain bank, an evocative building dating back to 1761, is equipped with educational panels, two of which provide a scenic introduction to the landscape of the Villacidro territory from the Neolithic age to the 7th century AD. You can also gather information, supported by the guides, from illustrations of findings and detailed chronological outlines.