It is a building of low plant, divided in three parts: hall, zone of reception and sale in the centre; to the left, the room of exhibition, and to the right a room of audiovisual and conferences. It covers a surface of 500 m2 and is work of the architect Javier García-Solera. His construction has been possible thanks to the contributions of the University of Alicante, City council of Elche, Provincial Deputation of Alicante and Generalitat Valencian. It was inaugurated in 2008.
In him it presents the history of The Alcudia from the punto of the evolution sociocultural, further of the chronological development, that shows in the Monographic Museum. The collection groups in a series of vitrinas organised thematically, that show the evolution of the forms to live and think in Ilici, through a selection of objects stood out,
It structures in two main blocks, following the order expositivo marked by the vitrinas. In the first include concepts like the environment of the yacimiento, the history of the investigation, the productive and domestic activities, the daily life and the documents written. In the second, the aristocracy, the further, the beliefs and the end of the settlement.