The Museum preserves and exhibits objects related to the natural world, science and technology grouped into sections: mineralogy (rocks and minerals), pure sciences (chemistry, physics, natural sciences, half XIX - mid XX century.), Topography (instruments and tools from the mid-nineteenth century to the seventies of the XX), the history of the topography (functioning replicas of instruments for the measurement of soil from Antiquity to the late Renaissance), computing machines (end of XIX - the end of the twentieth century), educational and scientific models (1920 - 1970), the history of design (1950 - 1980 with an extensive documentary section). Full exposure the Garden of Mathematical Machines (2012), with equipment for the indirect measurement of distance and a sundial.
Due to the nature and origin of acquisition of the objects, the Museum offers a glimpse into the history of the city of Caserta in the same period, particularly the aspects covered and unique presence on the territory of Caserta.
The Museum was inaugurated in May 2004 and has been recognized regional interest in December 2008 Develop an incessant increase of the collections, the exhibition spaces and, above all, the promotion and dissemination of goods on display, not only among young people and thanks to the young people of the "Buonarroti" carrying out the functions of host and guide. The museum is owned by the Istituto Tecnico Statale "Michelangelo Buonarroti" which is an integral part. The presence of the museum in an active school and open to everyday life and modernity provides an extraordinary opportunity for staff training and education of young people to cultural heritage. Are regularly organized exhibitions, lectures, concerts and study initiatives, learning and dissemination of heritage preserved.