Three rooms present in a semidarkness atmosphere, the funerary rituals of the Punic, Roman and Late Antiquity Christian times.
The Punic room houses the famous collection of steles and urns found in the Tophet of Sousse, the ancient Adrim (Hadrumetum) , as well as funerary objects coming from tombs excavated within the Qasba itself.
In the Roman hall, a collection of pagan tombstones is displayed alongside a collection of clear terra-sigillata items discovered in Sousse and in the in peripheral sites, as well as terracotta figurines including the famous “Drunken woman figurine.
The tour ends with the Christian room, which showcases a collection of mosaics, funerary reliefs and steles, excavated in the underground catacombs of Sousse, the most important of the ancient world, after those of Rome. In the middle of the room, lays the famous mensa mosaic (funeral table) of Hermes.
Outside the museum, the medieval fortress, a historic monument, offers to visitors recreation areas and panoramic views of the Medina.