- Skip the line to the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia and see fascinating remnants of Etruscan civilization with an audio guide
- See ancient jewelry, pottery, bronze and marble sculptures that pre-date the Romans, and which were excavated at Cerveteri
- Marvel at masterpieces such as the 6th century BC Apollo from Veio and the Dea con Bambino (Goddess with a Baby)
Imagine the excitement at the excavation sites when they first uncovered these Etruscan and pre-Roman treasures! Skip the line to the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia and plug into your audio guide as you wander among artifacts that originated in actual burial tombs. This museum is in Pope Julius III's country retreat, and full of fascinating statues, frescoes, and more.
From temple decorations to black bucchero tableware, to bronze figurines, terracotta, and various jewelry, there's enough pre-Roman bling to keep you dazzled for hours at The National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia.
Located near Villa Borghese, not far from the National Gallery of Modern Art, it's an easy-to-reach slice of Italian history. Peruse the different sections dedicated to the most important facets of Etruscan civilization.
- Entrance to the museum
- Audio guide
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
Take tram 19 and get off at the Museo Etrusco Villa Giulia stop, or take any bus with a Villa Giulia stop.
Originele necropolis terug opgebouwd.
Een aanrader voor wie Rome voor de 3de of 4de maal bezoekt.
Gelegen in een prachtig paleis.
Om de hoek is het museum voor moderne kunst!