The Archeological Museum of Seville (Spanish: Museo Arqueológico de Sevilla) is a museum in Seville, southern Spain, housed in the Pabellón del Renacimiento, one of the pavilions designed by the architect Aníbal González. These pavilions at the Plaza de España were created for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929.
The institution was created via royal order issued on 21 November 1879.
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|Sunday||9:00 AM – 3:00 PM|
Jimmy Pan | Jun 24, 2017
Tickets were free when I went at 9 am on Friday. Very interesting exhibits although I wish there were more English translations.
Jim1971a | Dec 30, 2017
The museum is located in a spectacularly beautiful plaza called Plaza de America. It’s actually worth going there just to see this breathtaking plaza. Bring your camera. The museum is an impressive, large building with stately and ornate architecture. However, once inside, the collection is quite small and seems to occupy only maybe 5 to 10% of the building. For me what makes the collection special is that all artifacts are local from the province of Sevilla. Entry is super cheap too. Like 2 euros (I can’t remember exactly). Even if you’re not interested in archeology, go to the plaza de America!
Tom Whitburn | Mar 3, 2018
Empty, lots of good sculpture. Really thought provoking
Nick Nutter | Oct 28, 2017
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.
Emma K | Sep 23, 2017
Impressive building from the outside - sadly we didn't have enough time to go inside
Bill Doran | May 3, 2018
not worth a visit for anyone interested in history of area. lots of roman stuff, so has every museum in Brexitland, France and Italy, and elsewhere. Some interesting prehistoric rock art. In an area famed for islamic and christian culture it is all very poorly represented here.
Mosab A Alarfaj | May 2, 2018
Spectacular location and garden. Great place for photographers.
J-P LD | May 20, 2018
As a Roman history buff, I definitely got to see some interesting pieces here, like a ton of busts and sculptures. Unfortunately, most of the descriptions are only in Spanish. Entrance is free for EU citizens. Others need to pay €1,50, which is well worth the admission.
Omar K | Jun 13, 2018
Nice museum but most displays are in Spanish.
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