Rare and valuable items

The Collections

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.


Pictorial works

On the walls of the palace  a great number of paintings of different periods can be seen ,  all of them  with remarkable historical and artistic value
In the photo gallery we present some examples.

Inlaid Console Tables

Inlaid Console Tables

In the rooms of Palazzo Viti you can admire  valuable  tables  with  hardened  alabaster  mosaic tops and console table inlaid with wooden  tiles and colored stones
In the photo gallery you can admire some examples.


from the 19th century

The collection includes many  original Chinese  miniatures  of the 19th century  painted on rice paper representing  daily activities in China and typical chinese birds. Unkown painter. Indian ink drawings on rice paper.


Art Objects at Palazzo

Inside the various rooms  a lot of beautiful  art  works embellish the  halls
In the photo gallery we present some emblematic examples.


Porcelain Cups broth

Valuable collection of puerpera’s bouillon  cups  of various workmanship and origin from the  18 th and 19 th century

In past   time it   was   a tradition   to  give  to  a woman  the bouillon cup  on the  occasion of the birth of her first child

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      Booking Visit

      During opening hours no need to book.
      Reservations are always recommended for organized groups and school trips.

      FULL TICKET: € 7.00

      FAMILY TICKET: € 15.00(2 adults + 2 students)

      REDUCED TICKET: € 5.00

      (FOR GROUPS OF MINIMUM 10 PEOPLE, UNIVERSITY STUDENTS, CHILDREN FROM 10 TO 18 YEARS, over 65 years, owners of" Volterra Card " and "Anima di Volterra").

      Seasonal opening 2023 from April 1st to November 5th.

      The extraordinary winter openings will be from 8 DECEMBER TO 10 DECEMBER (INCLUSIVE) AND FROM 27 DECEMBER TO 7 JANUARY 2024, FROM 10.30 am to 5.00 pm.

      From November 6, the Palace will be closed.