Museum of Fucecchio, founded in 1969 as a museum of sacred art, was reopened in 2004 in the new headquarters of Palazzo Corsini, with the connotation of the city's museum, articulated in the three sections: archaeological, historical artistic and naturalistic.
The collections, owned by the municipality, state and ecclesiastical, illustrate the history of the area between the Cerbaie, the lower Valdinievole and the Valdarno, from the end of the Tertiary to the Modern Age, both in its naturalistic aspects and in the ancient population, up to the from the Middle Ages to the contemporary age.

In February 2021, the collection of the Museum was enriched with the works created by the master Gino Terreni, the nucleus of preparatory sketches of the monument to the massacre of the Padule inaugurated in Castelmartini (Larciano, Pistoia) on 16 September 2002 in the presence of the President of the Republic Carlo Azeglio Ciampi. There are four works - two tempera on paper and two terracotta - which illustrate the process that led the author to the final form of the monument.

The Fucecchio Museum is part of the Rete Museale del Valdarno di Sotto (Valdarno di sotto Museum Network) and the Museo Diffuso Empolese Valdelsa (Empolese Valdelsa Diffuse Museum).