Skip-the-line tickets for National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia
- Discover treasures dating back to Etruscan and pre-Roman times (8th-5th century BC)
- Browse Roman pottery, bronzes and jewelry in the magnificent Renaissance palace of Villa Giulia
- Admire world-famous masterpieces such as the Sarcophagus of the Spouses and the statue of Apollo from Veio
Book your skip-the-line tickets and visit the beautiful Renaissance villa of Villa Giulia, home to the Etruscan National Museum. Established in 1889 to collect all treasures dating back to Etruscan and pre-Roman times, the museum features a large collection of bronzes, ceramics, terracotta statues and jewelry.
Don't miss the museum's most famous piece of art: the terracotta funeral monument known as Sarcophagus of the Spouses, depicting two spouses in a convivial pose. Don't miss other important pieces in the collection, such as the Apollo di Veio, the Olphe Chigi and the Bernini and Castellani collections.
- Skip-the-line tickets to the museum
- Audio guide
- EU citizens between the ages of 18 and 25
- Children under the age of 18
- Students and teachers of the European Union of the Faculties of Architecture, Arts (Archaeological or Historical-Artistic specialisation), of Conservation of Cultural Heritage and of Educational Sciences, by showing the certificate of enrollment for the current academic year
- Teachers and students from the European Union enrolled in the Academies of Fine Arts, upon presentation of the enrollment certificate for the current academic year
- Members of I.C.O.M. (International Council of Museums)
- Journalists with a Journalist Association Membership Card
- MiBACT employees – the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism
- Disabled people from the European Union and an accompanying person
- Tourist guides of the European Union, by showing a valid license issued by the competent authority
- Tourist interpreters of the European Union when their work is needed alongside the guide, by showing a valid license issued by a competent authority
- School teaching staff with a permanent or fixed-term contract, upon presentation of an appropriate certificate issued by the educational institutions
Via di Villa Giulia, 9, 00196 Rome RM, Italy
National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia
- You can access the museum at any time during opening hours
- The ticket must be printed out at home and presented at the entrance
- Once purchased, tickets may not be exchanged or refunded
- Every first Sunday of the month you can visit the museum for free
- You can purchase the audio guide on-site (available in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish and Russian)
- The ticket to the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia also offers you the opportunity to visit the extraordinary collections dedicated to the populations of ancient Lazio and Umbria in the adjacent Villa Poniatowski.
- Tuesday to Sunday from 9 am to 8 pm
- The exhibition halls close at 7:30 pm, and the ticket office closes at 7 pm
- The museum is closed on Mondays, January 1, and December 25
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