The National Archaeological Museum is housed in the 15th century Palazzo Vitelleschi
The exhibits are arranged on the palace’s three floors. The ground floor holds ancient stone findings which are part of the museum’s permanent collection and include sarcophagi or stone tombs dating from the first half of the 4th century B.C. which are placed in chronological order. Those exhibited in Room 1 are the most prestigious, some of which are sculpted in Greek marble and belonged to the most prominent families living in Tarquinia during the second half of the 4th century B.C.
NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF TARQUINIA
Starting from 08.30am – 07.30pm
Entrance Ticket: €6,00 – with Museum included: €8,00