The archaeological exhibition in the museum of wine abound with wonderful finds of pottery – various barrels with utilitarian meaning – amphorae, , (table and for transport); pots, plates , , , jugs for water and wine , pitchers for water and wine , , , , , cups , from various periods; to large “pitosi” – vessel entrenchment in the ground which served to store cereals and so. This presents an establishment and affirmation for the entire human existence followed by the material culture of the local population who lived here in the past. The ceramic lamps “lucerni” decorated with different motives , small spindle vessels – “ungventariumi” as a burial items; coins and jewelry once again tell us that Demir Kapija and the entire this region has always represented a very important destination for the traders and the craftsmen, for the miners and the occasional travelers, the indigenous, the newcomers and the conquerors. The urns from the period of late Bronze Age both beauties with its painting and manufacture – occupy a very important place in the whole exhibition. They are original after its manufacture and the drawing derivative over it. Their use as – burial items for storing the ashes of the deceased, witness for the trend of burying the deceased with burning observed in all nations of that period, south and east from us. The concept of playful and symmetrically placed artifacts speaks to the high level of esthetics and sense of interior design to the area, and apart of the artifacts only fills the image of uniqueness and originality of shaping to this hole exhibition.