The Museum of St. Peter in Campiano ethnographic museum includes an exhibition and one of archeology.
The archaeological collections allow the reconstruction of the history of local groups of people from prehistory to the Middle Ages.
The exhibition focuses on aspects of everyday life and allows the setting up educational gaps by integrating the understanding of objects and placing them in their own contexts.
At the exhibition is accompanied by a classroom where it is allowed to operate with educational materials stored in boxes.
In such an environment are favored direct manipulative approach, knowledge tactile and commissioning work with the techniques of the time.
One area of the building is intended for storage of archaeological material with a small department of washing and restoration-cataloging of the same. It is available for small groups to visit, by appointment, because the students can follow the entire path that will lead to a museum.
The upper floor of the building houses the section. In it are placed all those tools of civilization that allowed the processing of wool, flax and hemp, silk.
The didactic apparatus allows the reinterpretation of the operational sequences, it is flanked by practical tests. It 'looked after connecting with the dialect.
The second room shows a reconstruction of "Cambra to Ca", which in our area was the kitchen, the living room, the living room, the room that is home to the whole family.
The furnishings are not numerous but everyday objects are well represented: from the kitchen, the lies and oil lamps for lighting, the warmers, the irons to the rustic earthenware pots and cutlery.
Even this environment is the laboratory, for the presence of a considerable pastry used to experiences of sieving of flour, mixing flatbread and pastes.
At the edge of the room are tools or relating to the barn, wine cellar, storage.
A room dedicated to the memory of the "school once" with the characteristic dark wood desks, the blackboard in the foot, the first projectors and other teaching aids already "old" for kids who are now school age.
The building has a park with a hill on which stands the monumental "the albaraz" (white poplar) planted in the early settlement of the school in the early decades of the '900.
The wide expanse of lawns on the back and on the west side make it a privileged place for the study of herbs, insects and for recreation.