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This museum gives you the full picture behind the Etruscan tombs that are a 5-10 minute drive. It is located in a beautifully preserved town. Together, the museum, the town, and the tombs make for a very enjoyable and memorable time.
Before there was Rome there was Etruria. I lot of the masterpieces of the Etruscans are here and worth a look. Really lovely stuff - with the real centerpiece being the horses that were on the huge temple (nothing left of it) that crowned ancient...More
You can get a ticket that gets you into the Necropolis as well as this museum. They really go well together because has all the artifacts found in the tombs and was well worth a quick visit. Make sure you make it all the way...More
What an extensive museum inside an amazing building. Very clean and well presented. Recommend you get the ticket that also allows entry to the necropolis which is on the edge of the town about 1.5 miles away from the museum.
Coming from Civitaveccia Port (cruise passenger) - we followed the instructions from a post on tripadvisor guiding us how to buy the tickets from the tabachi and take the bus to Tarquinia. The instructions were spot on but we were turned away from the tabachi...More
This museum is perfect if you want a very compact but well-rounded picture of what is known of Etruscan history. There are a lot of information sheets if you want to have extensive information or you can just enjoy looking at the exhibits. There are...More