The Museum is open every days:
from Monday to Friday : from 11 to 1 p.m and from 2 p.m to 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m to 5.30 p.m
In 1850 Giuseppe Viti, an alabaster trader, purchased the palace and carried out extensive restoration work.
In the numerous rooms open to the public you reliving the magic atmosphere of times past.
Everything has remained as have seen, over the centuries, the Kings and the Princes who were hosted.VITI PALACEThe Museum
In the various rooms of Palazzo Viti is possible to admire a rich collection of rare and precious objects coming mainly from the ancient East, in addition to the original furniture.
Here is not possible mention all, but we can intrigue the visitor with some interesting previews.
DISCOVER THE COLLECTIONSof Viti Palace
Giuseppe Viti (1816-1860) was one of important characters of the 19th century history of Volterra and he was an exponent of the particular and unique activity in Italy that local people called “the Alabaster Travellers’ Movement” which permitted the city to reach a good economic level.GIUSEPPE VITIThe Story