Municipal Archaeological Museum of Thermal Waters
Opening time: Tues. to Sun. 10-19, closed Mon. (from April to Oct.); Sat. and Sun. 10-19, other days on request (from Nov. to March)
Opened in 1997, the museum is housed in a late 19th-century building and is divided in various sections containing archaeological material from the excavation campaigns in the area. On the ground floor there are displayed grave goods from 7h-5th century BC Etruscan sepulchres belonging to the Foce-Tolle and Pedata necropolises, the recontruction of a princely tomb, and a number of cinerary urns. The first floor houses the reconstruction of some rooms of a late Etruscan farm and fragments of a 2nd-century BC Etruscan pediment. On the second floor there is exhibited archaeological material from the excavations near the Roman cistern of Camerelle dating back to the Imperial Age. In addition, a large collection of Roman, Greek, and Etruscan pottery is on display.