Archeological Museum of Seville, Spain

Spain, Seville

The Archeological Museum of Seville is a museum in Seville, Spain.

The museum was established in 1929.

The collection is housed in the Pabellón del Renacimiento, one of the pavilions created in 1928 and designed by the Spanish architect Aníbal González (1876–1929).

Main collections of the Archeological Museum of Seville: Prehistory, Protohistory, including the Late Bronze Era, with examples of Phoenician and Tartessian cultures. Roman collections, mostly from Italica, with a significant collection of statues from the times of Hadrian. It has Medieval, Islamic and Visigothic pieces.

Opening hours:
Winter (1 September to 30 June):
Tuesday – Sunday and bank holidays: 9am to 3pm
Closed on Mondays.

Summer (1 July to 31 August):
Tuesday – Saturday: 9am to 9pm
Sundays and bank holidays: 9am to 3pm
Closed on Mondays.

Closed holidays: January 1 and 6; May 1; December 24, 25 and 31

Prices are per person, local currency:
Free for European Union Citizens.

Another countries: 1,50 €.

Plaza América, 51, 41013 Sevilla, Spain

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