Returning to Chiusi, it is now time to stroll through the various rooms of the National Etruscan Museum that houses a great deal of finds that came from the tombs you visited in the morning. Housed in an elegant Neoclassical building since 1901, this important archaeological museum has been set up in chronological order: from the Iron and Bronze age room, with locally produced objects, through to the section dedicated to Lombard art, with weapons and jewellery found in tombs in the area, it then leads to the important Etruscan section – where imported Greek vases and the famous Canopic jars are exhibited, along with funeral vases with lids made in the shape of human heads – and then on to the room dedicated to the Roman period in Chiusi, with its remarkable marble sculptures.
By the end of your visit, you will be ready to go underground again. As a matter of fact, an entire underground city is hidden under Chiusi and you can visit a small part of it thanks to the "Underground City" Civic Museum. Following the narrow Etruscan tunnel that wind under the city, you will discover more than 500 funeral urns and tomb tiles with hundreds of Etruscan inscriptions and you will look down into an ancient well, at the bottom of which you will see a lake of crystal-clear water. Before leaving Chiusi, if you love physical activity, you can climb up the bell tower to admire the colourful hills that surround the city.