The ETRU bookshop has the same opening hours as the Museum.
This is where you can buy tickets and hire audio guides. The bookshop also sells a variety of brief multilingual guidebooks. The selection of publications is divided by topics relating to Etruria, Greece and Ancient Rome, and has dedicated sections for art and children.
The range of products also includes reproductions of Etruscan artefacts (ceramic/bronze items and jewellery) aside from a wide selection of postcards, calendars, stationery items, posters, ceramic objects inspired by the Museum’s collection. The library is managed by Opera Laboratori Fiorentini
The new pavilion dedicated to educational and didactic activities is a large structure situated within one of Villa Giulia’s gardens.
It is equipped for hosting workshops, seminars and conferences.
The restaurant is immersed in greenery and housed in a stunning glass structure.
The Museum is planning a refurbishment and the restaurant is due to reopen in the future.