The Archaeological and Municipal Museum Complex has its premises in Legnago in an early 19th century Austrian military building, which was originally used as cavalry barracks and later as an artillery-proof military hospital. Following restoration work completed in 1999, it now houses the most important archaeological finds from the Verona plain in the past 30 years of excavation, covering a period of about 5,000 years, from the 5th millennium B.C. (Old Neolithic) to the 2nd – 1st centuries B.C. (late Iron Age). The Complex is a point of reference for the entire plain area with a wide range of facilities including educational laboratories for families/schools, university research and study activities, as well as the development and promotion of the archaeological and environmental heritage. Facilities also include a bookshop and a conference and refreshment areas, which also have ramp access for the disabled.