The museum is set up in a rural building dating back to 1800 and belonging to the stately complex of the Baroni Mazza, recently refurbished to be destined for museum headquarters. Twelve are the halls divided on two floors, of which a raised ground floor plus a floor. The archaeological park of Scolacium is located in the locality Roccelletta of Borgia. Of the pre-Roman settlement remains little; The remains visible on the site demonstrate the installation of the Roman colony with the most important monuments. Among them are the remains of paved roads, aqueducts, mausoleums, other burial facilities, the basilica and a thermal plant. The theatre rests on the natural slope of the hill and could accommodate ca. 5000 spectators. It was built during the I century A.D. and was equipped with a new scene at the time of the founding of the colony by Nerva, coinciding with the remarkable monumental development of the city and the expansion of the entire town; It was also the subject of several successive remakes, until the fourth century A.D. From the theatre, to be noted, comes the majority of the material recovered during the excavations, among which the valuable architectural fragments and sculptural groups stand out. Not far from the theatre are the remains of the amphitheatre, its construction dates back to the time of the Emperor Nerva.