The Etruscan past of Mazzano was very well known and its necropolis was excavated immediately on discovery and today their remains are found in all the most important museums in the world. Hence the idea to inaugurate in 2013 a very original virtual museum where the riches of the area are shown. The first exhibition, "The Narce princesses in the world: Faliscan Girls, Brides and Mothers between VIII if the seventh century BC," showed findings from the Danish National Museum in Copenhagen, the Musée du Louvre, the British Museum, the Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Philadelphia, the Chicago Field Museum, the Smithsonian National Museum in Washington, and in Italy, the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia, the National Museum of Prehistory and Ethnography L. Pigorini in Rome, the Archaeological Museum of Agro Falisco in Civita Castellana and Central National Etruscan Museum in Florence. This is a different way of showing outfits and life in the ancient city through reconstructions and 3D reality. The museum has received the American Institute of Archaeology Award (2014-2016).