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The museum a is extensive--4 floors of mostly elaborately decorated Etruscan funeral boxes but they depict life during the 1000 year civilization. The is associated commentary and also metal work, pottery and other explanations. So the visitor gets a better understanding even though their language...More
I echo other comments about the lack of organization and lack of additional languages on the plaques. Don’t go unless you plan to use the audio headsets. With the headsets, this museum is very interesting if you are into ancient history. I have been to...More
The city’s Etruscan legacy is best represented in this museum, which is one of the most important archeological museums in the country, holding mainly the local findings, including around six hundred funeral urns. The huge collection is well organized and informative, but it is probably...More
then this will make you very happy. Definitely get the audio guide and you'll learn a ton. Fantastic giant array of Etruscan artifacts and funerial urns ...and sculptures and the most beautiful glass. Really worth the visit.
When visiting Volterra, this museum offers a nice insight in Etruscan culture through the exhibition of many artifacts dating from that era. I did not take the audio guide, so I had to rely on my basic Italian skills to understand the signs (if there...More
This was an amazing museum (one of the most interesting I’ve visited) but you need the audio guide (€3) to really appreciate it unless you’re an expert on the Etruscans. There is very little info in the museum and without the guide you’d just think...More