There is no way other than to recreate the site manually from scratch
Thanks for the quick answer Pavel. I read on another forum that is possible to download the file and uploaded on Dreamweaver (even if I don't know what file), what do you think about it? Here is the link Lost .muse project file....download and edit published muse site?
If you know the code and know Dreamweaver, then of course you can edit the site in this way. But not in the Muse.
In order to edit the site in Dreamweaver, you need to download all the files of your site, create a new site in Dreamweaver and put all your files in the folder of this site. After that you can start editing.
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To add to Pavels answer.
Dreamweaver is not a visual site creation tool, and unless you know how to code editing in Dw will be difficult, though possible. Also adding anything that you would normally use a Muse plug-in for is not possible.
Edit: Also in-browser editing will no longer work, as the files will have been modified outside of Muse.