National Archaeological Museum of Vulci

The museum is located in the Castle dell’Abbadia Vulci. The property was a former abbey dedicated to St. Mamiliano that was destroyed by the Saracens, and then rebuilt by the Cistercians in the thirteenth century and subsequently transformed and expanded in later periods when it became a fort, almost rectangular with four circular towers at the sides.

In the museum are kept finds from excavations starting from the tenth century BC, the proto-aged, and up to the Roman era.

The collection ranges from funerary urns, vases and collections from magnificent Etruscan tombs and arriving to the Roman, with anatomical ‘ex voto’, from the late republican and imperial periods.

Guides:
Guide of Canino

Guide of Canino

Canino is located in the Maremma Laziale a short distance from the sea and near the Etruscan city of Vulci. […]