Museum of Archaeology - Seville

The Museum of Archaeology was created in the 19th century but its current Renaissance premises were built for the 1929 Hispanic-American Exhibition. Its three floors retrace the history of the building's occupants from prehistoric days. The Roman period is naturally particularly well represented, with sculptures of its main Emperors from Italica, the most accessible of the region's main cities. You should also take a look at the fine 11th century Phoenecian and Islamic works and the 15th century mudejar.


Open on Tuesday to 2.30pm to 8.30pm, from Wednesday to Saturday: 9am to 8.30pm, on Sunday and Holy days: from 9am to 2.30pm. Closed on Monday.


Free admission for EU members. Other countries: €1.5

Address : Plaza de América s/n 41013 Seville Spain

Phone : +34 954786474

Fax : +34 954786478

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