• The Pinacoteca (Art Gallery) in Palazzo Minucci-Solaini is a gallery containing works by Tuscan artists from the 14th to 17th centuries, including the Deposition by Rosso Fiorentino.
  • The Guarnacci Etruscan Museum hosts thousands of funeral urns dating back to the Hellenistic and Archaic periods. One of the main attractions are the bronze statuette “Shadow of the Night”; the cinerary urn called “Urna degli sposi”; and the sculpted effigy of an Etruscan couple in terra cotta.
  • The Museum of Alabaster in Volterra is the flagship attraction of the wider Ecomuseum of Alabaster, which links together Volterra, Castellina Marittima and Santa Luce, three towns whose fortunes have been historically tied to the alabaster craft.
  • Palazzo Viti, one of the most beautiful private residences in Italy. Its 12 rooms open to the public are beautifully decorated with furniture, paintings, porcelains, alabaster collections and other artistic objects of great value, representing Italian, European and Eastern art from 1400 to 1900. Everything has remained as they have seen it, over the centuries, the kings, the princes who were hosted there and the directors like Luchino Visconti who set their films in it (in 1964 Luchino Visconti shot part of the film “Vaghe stelle dell’Orsa” with J. Sorel and C Cardinal, film awarded with the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival).