The territory of Tuscania retains its ancient agricultural vocation: here is cultivated the olive tree with which the “Canino DOP” extra virgin olive oil is produced.
On the cultural side, it is remarkable the National Etruscan Museum, which displays Etruscan and Roman sepulchral evidence of the area.
The Museum is housed in the ex Franciscan convent dating back to the 15th century.
The finds come from the necropolises of Madonna dell'Olivo, and Carcarello, with the furnishings of the late Etruscan families Curunas and Vipinana, representative of the ways of life and customs of this part of Etruria in the IV and III centuries BC.
The most recent findings refer to the Necropolis of Pian di Mola, Ara del Tufo and Scalette with a sample of Etruscan finds dating from the eighth century BC. to the full Roman age.
Following the 1971 earthquake, the theater was rebuilt, starting from the Rivellino castle, which had been destroyed: interesting solutions have been devised to make the ancient coexist with current needs.