Located in the former St Francis Convent, dating back to the 13th century and remodelled in the 16th, the Museum has been open to the public since March 2000. Its layout, not yet completed in all sections, is divided on the basis of chronological criteria. The first section is dedicated to the oldest evidence from the Eboli area, including artefacts from the Upper Neolithic period and tombs from the Eneolithic period (the "Gaudo" facies). Furthermore, the occupation of the hillside by settlements dedicated to transhumance during the Bronze Age is documented, as confirmed by the presence of Mycenaean-type pottery dating from the 11th century BC. The second section displays the rich grave goods that, starting from the Iron Age, testify to a continuous presence at the Eboli site until the Roman Age, during which Eboli (Eburum) assumed the status of municipium. The museum itinerary includes a quick review of additional material found in the municipality of Campagna and Oliveto Citra.