Museo Archeologico di Egnazia
Located outside the city walls of ancient Gnathia, in the necropolis Messapic. Consisting of eleven bright pavilions articulated around two patios, currently hosts three different exhibitions; the first one "Documents of the Bronze Age" concerning to the Bronze Age settlements developed along the Adriatic coast of Puglia, many of whom had business contacts with the greek world. The second one about "Egnatia and its history" to point out the beautiful marble head of the god Attis and the mosaic of the Three Graces. The third "Global Archaeology" in collaboration with the University of Bari, which emphasizes the relationship between archeology and other scientific disciplines.