The Museum of the People of Abruzzo is located in the center of Pescara and is located within the premises remained the fortress town. The Museum was opened in 1998 and used in the exhibition via the Barracks, after their restoration. The Museum houses a very diverse collection: from prehistoric times to the Industrial Revolution. Each room reconstructs the history of the city through the customs, the customs, the culture of the sacred rites, the furniture and the everyday. The first rooms are dedicated to the prehistory and archeology: utensils, tableware, armor, iron and graves represent the most numerous nucleus. Among the exhibits present the oldest date back to 100,000 years ago and come from various areas of Abruzzo. Other rooms tell the wool production processes, cheese, flour, grapes and wine. Thanks to the discovery of many objects it was possible to retrace the different processes. Many of the objects that are exposed are still part of the Abruzzo country tradition. There are interesting historical comparisons with photographic evidence of some rural farms. In addition, the visit is accompanied by explanatory panels that help in the understanding of the exhibited artefacts and their respective techniques and uses. Inside the museum there is a Library which contains almost 4,000 documents including magazines, brochures and specialized books in ethnography, early history, local history, local traditions and herding.