Museo della città
The City Museum is housed in four recently refurbished rooms of the 17th century Cathedral nucleus, and it illustrates the dynamics of settlements in a territory with thousands of years of history. The exhibition is arranged in three sections. The collection includes archaeological finds (among which it is worth noting a small Iron age mixing amphora, a wonderful polychrome mosaic and fresco fragments dating back to the Imperial age, architectural terracottas, statues and coins, from Tusculum and the beautiful Tuscolan villas), a Mediaeval papal bull, 16th-18th century majolicas, 17th century paintings, engravings and original documentary material of the 17th and 19th centuries. The itinerary is complete with models, rich educational-illustrative material and a room with video-projections, inviting visitors to rediscover and visit the rich archaeological and historical-artistic heritage scattered throughout this geographic area (Tusculum, Barco Borghese, Villa di Matidia, Casaccia, Sant’Antonino, Villa Mondragone, and the historic centre).