The Getty Villa

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Visit the ancient world of Greece and Rome.

The Getty Villa

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Underworld Imagining the Afterlife

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Art on View

Art on View

7,000 years of ancient art, from the end of the Stone Age to the fall of the Roman Empire.


Architecture at the Getty Villa

The Villa is a recreation of an ancient Roman country house.


Gardens at the Getty Villa

Inspired by ancient models, with species from the ancient world.


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Casual Mediterranean-inspired fare made with fresh, local ingredients.


Books about classical antiquity, and elegant gifts inspired by ancient designs.

Funerary Vessel with an Underworld Scene (detail, pre-conservation), South Italian, made in Apulia, 360–340 BC; found in Altamura, Italy, in 1847, terracotta. Red-figure volute krater attributed to the Circle of the Lycurgus Painter. National Archaeological Museum of Naples, 81666