Sa Dom’e Farra (lett. House of flour) is a historic campidanese house arranged since 1978 as the first Sardinian ethnographic museum on the initiative of the founder Cav. Giovanni Battista Musiu who took care of the exhibition spaces with numerous exhibits of the peasant tradition, objects of popular culture and with the reconstruction of the furniture of the typical manor house of the Quarter as evidence of uses, lifestyles and traditions of Sardinian society in past centuries. In 2008 the museum house was sold by the Region to the Municipality of Quartu as a symbol of identity of the community and the rural culture of the Campidano area.
The ancient dwelling plays the role of the community’s home for the preservation of its agricultural origins and the enhancement of the knowledge of its ancestors and represents a point of attraction for tourists and visitors.