The museum's collections are kept in the Repository Rooms located in the town of Bétera. Its management is entrusted to the Repository, Collections and Restoration Unit, a team consisting of three conservators and one restorer, whose mission is to inventory, restore and conserve the more than 12,000 objects that make up the collections.
The repository’s collections can be now consulted in the Repository Rooms; in the near future, the inventory will also be available on the website. The unit is responsible for managing loans to other museums, municipalities and cultural institutions. It carries out periodic campaigns to obtain objects with the aim of completing the collections.
The Repository Rooms are open by appointment to researchers, groups of students and the general public with interest. In addition, several open days are scheduled throughout the year.