The Museum is temporarily closed due to the construction of the archaeological section

Atzori’s Palace Museum

An imposing structure in the center of the village of Paulilatino evokes distant memories and jealously guards moments and objects of agro-pastoral life between the 1700s and the early 1900s.

Opening hours

The museum is open everyday.

Autumn and Winter: 9:30-13:00 e 15:00-17:30
Spring: 9:30-13:00 e 15:30-18:00
Summer: 9:30-13:00 e 16:00-18:30


FREE ENTRANCE: from 0 to 5 years old
REDUCED (€ 3,00): from 6 to 13 years old
FULL PRICE (€ 7,00): from 14 years old
GROUPS (€ 4,00): for groups over 20 people (from 14 years old)

Tickets can also be purchased on site


*you will be redirected to Santa Cristina’s Sacred Well website to purchase the ticket. The ticket includes admission to the Santa Cristina’s Sacred Well and Atzori’s Palace Museum.


The Atzori’s Palace Ethnographic Museum in Paulilatino is located in a stately building that belonged to the family of Cavalier Antonio Atzori, in the center of Paulilatino.


Dedicated to illustrating aspects of the peasant and pastoral life of the Paulilatino community through a substantial collection of furnishings, tools and various materials, set up to recreate the environments of a traditional house…

But not only, in fact the bread room testifies to the vitality of a rich and flourishing know-how.


Discover the spaces of the Atzori’s Palace Museum with our immersive experience.


Pleasant ethnographic museum with a lady who explained very well many things about local traditions and more ... My 10 year old daughter loved it very much. I recommend it.
Marco / Google
Environment restored and optimally enhanced. Well-kept and well-arranged exhibitions. Prepared, courteous and welcoming staff. A jewel of our territory to visit and learn about.
Maria Grazia / Google
The management of the Museum and the archaeological site of Santa Cristina is managed by fantastic people, full of passion and very well prepared. Everything is displayed with care and respect, but accessible to the visitors' curiosity and desire to discover. Highly recommended.
Francesca / Google
The museum is full of objects and history. The most interesting thing was the guide, really passionate.
Luigi / Google

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