The towns within the SCI (Site of Community Importance) "Giara of Gesturi" contribute their own structures to form the museum network of Marmilla. This network has introduced some new structures in the last decade that play an important role in keeping and improving the natural, historical, archaeological and cultural heritage of the territory.
These structures respond to a large range of topics, share a dynamic conception of its objectives, and are dedicated to the understanding, study, and preservation of the context in which the communities of the Giara are rooted. In general, they have an educational focus and, therefore, have developed different forms of collaboration with schools and universities that often set up research laboratories that are open to the public as well as events that attract the attention of new generations. These facilities include The Paleontological and Landscape Center in Nureci and The Paleontological and Archaeological Center in Genoni, which preserves important evidence of the evolution of life and local history.
The sites chosen for the establishment of these museums usually indicate their objectives: the restoration of the buildings that has been carried out by the villages is a decisive step towards the re-appropriation of the collective memory and a strong indication of the awareness that these people have of their own identity. Good examples of this approach are the Malloci House Museum in Albagiara, whose ethnographic exhibition was created inside a building dating back to the late nineteenth century, the Marica House in Gesturi, the Cultural Multimedia Center "Thread of Memory" in Setzu, and the Giara Horse Museum, which is located in an old house called Casa Serra, in Genoni. The work completed by each of them highlights the tireless commitment to keeping every object and every mark left by an old tradition so that they can be shared with the world.