Villa Giulia is a Renaissance villa that houses the National Etruscan Museum, the world’s most important collection of Etruscan art and artifacts.

Best known pieces include: the terra cotta Sarcophagus of the Spouses, the Etruscan-Phoenician Pyrgi Tablets, the Apollo of Veii, the Cista Ficoroni, the Euphronios Crater, the Chigi Olpe.  A large amount of Greek vases of the highest quality are also on display.

Duration: 3 hours

Entrance ticket: 8 euro; 2 euro for EU students under 25; free under 18.

Closed on Mondays.

The new rooms in Villa Poniatowski are closed.

Villa Giulia is open in the evening every Saturday until October 1st (and on July 1st and September 23rd)!  Ticket office closes at 9:30 pm, museum closes at 10:15pm. Sometimes  Villa Poniatowski will also be open (reservation needed for this section).

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