The Provincial Campania Museum in Capua was to a large extent restructured between 2008 and 2011 following a contest won by a the project of the PANSTUDIO firm. The project for functional restoration led to a radical rationalization of the display layout with the creation of a single access and exit point. Previously, because of a road splitting the building at floor level, visitors were forced to enter and then to go out in the street again to continue and conclude their visit. The modification of the inside connections has made the museum accessible to everybody. The new welcome area was created at the entrance and in part the three interior courtyards were rearranged with a cafeteria in the garden and a glass covered piazza in the opposite courtyard. The peculiarity of the museum, prevalently of an archaeological character, is represented by the rooms devoted to the Mothers, ancient and mysterious votive sculptures all discovered together in the 19th century, for which a layout was created on various levels.