This small but friendly museum (also known as Wierdeninformatiecentrum) presents the finds from the nearby Chaucian wierde (artificial mound) of Ezinge, one of the most important excavations in the Netherlands. The wierde itself is a short walk to the north of the museum; there's a beautiful church on it. The excavation itself was directly to the west of the church, indicated by a small monument. A Carolingian cemetery, with an impressive tomb of a horse, was identified to the south of the museum. There are finds from other sites as well.
This museum was visited in 2018, 2020.