Museo Arqueologico De Sevilla, Seville

About Museo Arqueologico De Sevilla, Seville

Museo Arqueologico De Sevilla, Seville - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Plaza América, s/n, 41013 Sevilla, Spain

Phone: +34-955120632

Ticket Price: 2 EUR

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 07:30 pm Details

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Though the Pabellón del Renacimiento, the pavillion upon which this museum is hosted, was built in 1929, the collections of this museum were not moved to here until 1942. They were transferred over from the Museum of Fine Arts. The archaeological artifacts in this Museum cover history from the early paleolithic period to the Middle Ages. Highlights of this collection include the shrine to the gods of the Phoenicians, the El Carambolo treasure of gold and jewellery, and artifacts from the nearby Roman city of Italica, the ruins of which are just outside of town. The Neo Renaissance Pavilion itself is quite a decent accomplishment of architecture so don't forget to check that out.

Museo Arqueologico De Sevilla Information

  • Disabled accessible

Museo Arqueologico De Sevilla Ticket Prices

  • Free for EU residents.

Museo Arqueologico De Sevilla Opening and Closing Hours

  • Last admission 15 minutes before closing time.

How To reach Museo Arqueologico De Sevilla by Public Transport

  • Buses 03, 04, 34, A6 stop Paseo Las delicias (Glta. Marineros).
  • Bus C2 stop Glorieta Marineros Voluntarios.
  • Buses 01, 30, 31, 37 A5 stop Avenida La Borbolla (Montevideo) .

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Museo Arqueologico De Sevilla, Seville Reviews - Write a Review

  • Seville archaeological museum is housed in a beautiful pavilion in the Plaza de America near the Plaza de Espana. Exhibits range from early prehistory through to the Middle Ages with an emphasis on the Roman period, primarily finds from the nearby Roman city of Italica. Many of the mosaics and statuary from Italica found their way to the museum. An extremely good museum as you would expect from the capital city on Andalucia.

  • Impressive building from the outside - sadly we didn't have enough time to go inside

  • Tickets were free when I went at 9 am on Friday. Very interesting exhibits although I wish there were more English translations.

  • Lovely small and quiet museum. Most labels in Spanish only.

  • Interesting collection in a beautiful building. Lovely staff. Only downside was very little information in English.

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