The museum in the Kasbah of Sousse's Medina was founded in the 11th century AD, established in 1951. It was then reopened in 2012, after renovation. It is the second largest collection of mosaics in the world after that of the Bardo National Museum in the capital of Tunis. Some votive stelae and urns in the Punic Room date from as early as the 7th century BC. There are artifacts dating to 2nd century BC. They were discovered by French archaeologist Pierre Cintas in the Tophet of Sousse and in the Sanctuary of Baal Hammon. The museum also contains some mosaics depicting mythological figures and exhibits some marble statues from the Roman epoch. The local pottery from Greece found within the Punic tombs at El-Kasbah; oil lamps; and some marble funerary epitaphs engraved in Greek and Latin languages are other attractions.
The museum is located inside the medina, so you can take the same train as for Medina. Take the light rail as it connects central Sousse by the Medina (4 Station Sousse Bab Jdid) to Mahdia via Monastir. It stops along the way in various neighbourhoods in southern Sousse and the Monastir MIR IATA airport.Then, there are buses both public and private and run every half an hour. The best option is to hire a taxi.