- Validity: 1 day
- Priority access
- Photos allowed
- Audioguide available
What to expect
- Use the priority access to the beautiful National Etruscan Museum and avoid long queues
- Admire the famous terracotta Sarcophagus of the Spouses
- Discover a great collection of ceramics and tools from Etruscan civilization
- Once entered, spend isiden the museum all the time you want
To the origins of Etruscan civilization
Come to visit the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia, which houses a rich collection of Etruscan finds from Lazio, southern Etruria and Umbria.
Housed in the marvelous architectural frame of the Villa built in the mid 1500's by Pope Julius III, the Museum was inaugurated in 1889 and its collections have been enriched over the years and have been divided into detailed topographical sections.
Today, it also includes the Kircheriana Collection with bronzes and ceramics, and the Castellani Collection with ceramics, bronzes and antique goldsmiths, but one of the world's most famous finds remains the Sarcophagus of the Spouses from Cerveteri, a funeral terracotta monument with natural-size figures, as well as the Pyrgi Tablets engraved on gold foil and the statue of Apollo from Veio in painted terracotta.
These are just some of the testimonies of the life and customs of this ancient civilization that you will find in this museum, and our advice is to let you travel on a journey back in time among the curiosities and mysteries of this ancient and fascinating people.
What is included
- Entrance with priority access
- Full-time entrance and you stay how long you want
- Reservation fees
- Access to temporary exhibitions
The following options can be purchased in addition to the tickets in the booking Wizard on this website.
- Audioguide: available in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish and Russian
- EU citizens aged between 18 and 25 years (valid identity document needed at the entrance)
Free Ticket (it is still required to pay the presale to skip the line) :
- EU and non-EU citizens under 18 years (valid identity document needed at the entrance)
- Temporary and permanent teachers of Italian public and private schools equipped with the appropriate documentation issued by MIUR
- Any handicapped person accompanied by the certificate of disability and the escort
The ticket is valid all day until closing time of the Museum starting from entrance time.
The entrance time written on the tickets may be subject to small changes depending on the actual availability of the Museum.
For a satisfying experience it is recommended to reserve at least 2 hours to visit the Museum.
The tickets will be sent via email within 24-48 hours after purchase (on weekdays) with instructions on how to get there and what to do to enter.
We inform you that, once booked, the date and time selected are binding. Please pick up your ticket at least 15 minutes before the reserved entrance. Who does not respect the time booked will not enter. To pick up the audio guide, you need a valid ID.
The Museum has a maximum capacity of people, in some periods of the year or special days you may experience short delays or waits not dependent on the Museum or Italy Tickets.