Over the years, the research conducted by the Museum has brought to light some archaeological sites that constitute a sort of widespread archaeological park, specifying that only in some cases the sites are organized for the visit. In particular we point out:

Tomb of the Pedata: it is a tomb of V sec. B.C. found in the Etruscan necropolis of the homonymous locality; presents a single room dug into the sand with a double-sloped ceiling decorated with fake chest of drawers with red coloring, it resulted in the excavation completely looted during the nineteenth century excavations also documented by an inscription engraved on the wall "W Maria" religious born to counter Napoleonic lay ideas. The tomb can be visited by prior arrangement with a visit to the Museum.

Etruscan farm of Poggio Bacherina: From the Vecchia Senese road a short path leads to the archaeological area with the remains of an Etruscan farm of the II-I century. B.C. The walls of the structure that make up the plant are visible; for a better understanding of the site we have made some reconstructions of some elements found during the excavation of the '80s, such as ziri, the loom for weaving, the tank to squeeze the grapes and inserted some choreographic elements indicating the ancient function of the farm as the silhouette of a donkey. The place is freely accessible and there is a panel with information on the site.

Roman baths of Mezzomiglio
Near the inhabited center of Chianciano Terme in the area of ​​the Valle Park, it is easy to see the archaeological area of ​​the Roman baths dating back to the first century. a.C to II sec. A.D. Currently the area is not equipped for visits, and requires restoration and safety measures. We hope that the appropriate institutions will soon be able to intervene to make the interesting archaeological site available to the public, which consists of a large pool for diving (swimming pool) where still springs a spring and small baths, complete with calidarium and frigidarium.

Roman Villa of the Camerelle
Located about 2 km from the city center. The area, located on the top of a hill, is not equipped for the visit; in any case, the place presents reasons of interest. Of the Roman villa the basement remains visible with the remains of a large cistern from which an aqueduct began that supplied water to the service structures located along the Via Cassia Antica, whose route immediately wound downstream.

Other sites do not show significant remains, however, since most of the materials exhibited in the Museum have been found here, it seems useful to point out to them:
Necropolis of Tolle: located near the pass of the Villa della Foce, where we have brought to light over a thousand Etruscan tombs.
Sacred area of ​​the Fucoli: located in the wooded area south of the town where in the 80s of the last century the remains of the Frontone exposed to the Museum came to light.
Necropoli dei Morelli, located south-east of the town of Chianciano from which also comes the rich Tomb of the Princes exhibited at the Museum.