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The history of civilisations

Created by Queen Isabella II, it is located next to the National Library.

The museum came into being at the end of the 19th century, and was designed to bring together and exhibit items related to archaeology, ethnography, decorative arts and coins from a range of different institutions. The permanent collection offers a journey through the history of Spain from prehistoric times to the 19th century. Its collection includes excellent pieces from all periods and styles, including Egyptian sarcophagi and mummies, Hispano-Roman decorative art, Arab archaeology and Mudéjar stonework and ceramics. It has a library specialising in scientific publications on art, history, archaeology and museology. One of its most highly-prized treasures is the bust of the Lady of Elche.

  • Navn: National museum
  • Indhold: Archaeology

Praktiske oplysninger

Åbningstider

  • Fra Tirsdag til Lørdag

    Fra 09:30 til 20:00
  • Helligdage og Søndag
    Fra 09:30 til 15:00
  • Lukkedage: Monday

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

Priser

  • Standard: 3€
  • Reduceret: 1,50€

Admission free: Saturdays from 2 pm and Sunday mornings


Serviceydelser

Audioguider, Cafeteria, Handicapfaciliteter, Faciliteter for spædbørn, Guidede rundvisninger, Garderobeboks og garderobe, Butik

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