The Museum of rural and pastoral civilization and Tenore singing is a must experience to do in Bitti and represents the witness of the historical, cultural and religious legacy of the ancient Sardinian civilization.The museum is located in the quaint historic centre of the village, amid cobblestone streets in an ancient manor house which hosts twenty typical scenes of the local tradition. The museum collects a wide selection of items used in the past at work and in everyday life, from the plow to the traditional garbs wore during ceremonies. A special place is dedicated to the Tenore singing, already preserved in the UNESCO intangible Cultural heritage list. Throughout the use of multimedia resources, he museum shows the mysterious roots of the ancient music expression of the Mediterranean guiding the visitor across regional varieties of this unique way of singing. Interactive totems immerse the visitor in a wonderful experience where they can interact with the virtual singers isolating the single voices of the different Tenore groups of the island.