This elegant Modernist building, painted salmon pink, provides counterpoint to the buildings of the historical centre. There is a war memorial outside with a pair of statues. It's not possible to go inside, but this is no loss because the exterior is the part that's worth seeing.
Allegedly the only pub in town, the main room is decorated in the style of a galleon. There are other rooms and a large "Summer garden" during the hot season. Friendly staff, good choice of beers and also good for a meal.
Some locals say this is the best restaurant in Marsciano. Good food and service. The restaurant seems to be the Oasi's main business rather than lodgings (see below). Has a large car park. Closed Mondays.
Theatre built in 1873 and recently restored again, its beautiful terracotta facade is still original. It has 323 places, Dolby 3D Digital Cinema, film and digital projectors.
Very stylish "Dinner Cafe" in the historical centre of town. Has reasonably priced pizzas as well as posh gourmet dishes. Good service and English spoken.
Clean, simple, compact rooms. Free WiFi. Located a few minutes' walk from the town centre with views over the Umbrian countryside.
Marsciano is mainly an industrial town with not too much to detain visitors. As a brickmaking town it has an interesting little museum on the topic. The area covered by the municipality (North of the town) is a very hilly and green area, with many medieval borghi and at least a couple of notable winemakers. Marsciano is a good starting point also for exploring the Monte Peglia, a massif in the adjacent Provincia di Terni, with plenty of holiday houses and B&Bs.