I was really amazed to discover that these were not reconstructions of traditional outfits, but rather the real thing, in perfect condition no less, often dating back to the 18th century. These costumes, though, were certainly not worn every day. This remarkable collection features over 80 models and a wide collection of jewelry as well. This museum is known locally as an “ethnographic museum,” but the signposts in the city refer to it as a museum of traditional dress. It also displays traditional objects of Sardinian life like hunting weapons, musical instruments and all matter of religious objects.