In the garden of the Museum an Etruscan age tumulus tomb (a so-called tholos tomb) has been recently reconstructed; the tomb was discovered in 1932 in the small town of Casaglia (Montecatini Val di Cecina, PI), located on a hilltop overlooking the Cecina valley....Read More
Finding the Roman villa of San Vincenzino: a short history of the excavations It is from the end of the 16th century that appears in the map the name “Villa Albini” at the mouth of Cecina. This expression means the Villa Decius Albino Cecina, a member of the noble...Read More
We'll tell you the history and the archaeology of the Lower Cecina river valley, in the heart of the land of the Etruscans.
Between December 1th and December 16th the Museum is open: on Saturday and Sunday, from 3.00PM to 7.00PM.
The Archaeological Park is open: on Saturday and Sunday, from 2.00PM to 5.00PM.
Between December 16th and January 14th the Museum is open: on Sunday, from 3.00PM to 7.00PM.
The Archaeological Park is open: on Sunday, from 2.00PM to 5.00PM.
The Museum and the Archaeological Park will be closed on December 25th, January 1st and 6th.
The Museum and the Archaeological Park of Cecina offer an educational service aimed at local schools and school trips, as well as a service of guided tours of the Museum and the archaeological area of the Roman villa of San Vincenzino for tourist groups.
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