The Museum of Rural Life of Offanengo, owned by the city, is housed in a building from the early twentieth century, with a wooden roof. Restored in the structure, it not yet equipped for modern exhibition. Currently, it houses the reconstruction of environments and trades (carpenter, blacksmith, saddler, etc.). The porches of the building are home to a number of railway wagons and old farm implements. The Museum has a library that deals with research and publications on the history and customs of the country, organizes exhibitions, meetings, and collects local witnesses.