Museum of Peasant Life

The museum is located in the basement of Palazzo Sforza and collects material used in traditional work by peasants of the past. You can see old tools and wagons used in the past to transport goods and pulled by animals.

Civic Museum

The museum contains archaeological finds of prehistoric times (from the Palaeolithic to the Neolithic), Roman (I – II century BC) and medieval. The most significant material is a fang “Elephans antiquus”, a fragment of ulna, and tibia from a “Homo Erectus” of 430,000 years.

National Etruscan Museum

Viterbo is located in the southern part of the Etruria and in the whole area many artifacts have been found. The Etruscan museum, the monumental Rocca Albornoz at the centre of Viterbo, houses a rich collection and a representation of the daily life of the Etruscans and includes the reconstruction Read more…

City Museum

Housed in four rooms of the seventeenth century Cathedral, the City Museum collects fragments of the history of this area gathered as testimony to the past. The collection includes some Roman archaeological finds, a medieval papal bull, majolica of XVI-XVIII centuries, seventeenth-century paintings. Engravings and original documentary material from the Read more…

Roman forum

The center of the Roman city was to be near the current center of Piazza Mazzoli where the cathedral and town hall are located. Under the town hall there is the ‘underground Veroli’ with a cryptoporticus, a network of rooms that connects the town hall and the cathedral and which Read more…