The Civic Archaeological Museum of Orte is the place of memory of the city of Orte. The finds, divided into three sections, retrace history in chronological order: from the Etruscan era to the Early Middle Ages. The collection shows how this settlement, born on the Tiber, has always been of fundamental strategic importance. The museum is housed in the old church of Sant'Antonio Abate. Built in the 14th century and used until 1922, it was annexed to a monastery intended for the “poor religious”. The route proceeds clockwise, with information panels differentiated by colored circles: green for the Etruscan era, red for the Roman period, blue for the Early Middle Ages.