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Archaeological Museum of Sevilla

Open today: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
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an oasis amongst the heat

interesting roman collection nut item descriptions only in Spanish, however, it was free entry when... read more

Reviewed today
Leominster, United Kingdom
Impressive Roman exhibits

This museum has an impressive collection of Roman artefacts, with enough descriptions in English to... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Matlock, United Kingdom
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Andalucía’s most important archaeological collection, housed in a pavilion in Maria Luisa Park, charts everything from the Neolithic age, through the Roman occupation to the time of the Moors. The stand-outs are a statuette of Astarte-Tanit, a...more
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Reviewed today

interesting roman collection nut item descriptions only in Spanish, however, it was free entry when we went, and we cooled off from the 90+ degree heat outside.

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Reviewed yesterday

This museum has an impressive collection of Roman artefacts, with enough descriptions in English to make it a worthwhile visit. EU citizens have free entry – an EU/UK driving licence was sufficient proof of entitlement. If you have even the slightest interest in Roman culture...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If that’s something that you’re interested in, than is definitely worth a visit. I really liked the collection. It was nice that they didn’t charged me, even though I’m not from the EU

Thank julamparelli
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The park and the building where it is located are gorgeous. In the antique times, the Iberic peninsula was rich with its agricultural products and mines. Therefore, cities could afford to import from Eastern Mediterranean beautiful sculptures some of them in Paros marble, the most...More

Thank Delanuit11
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you are interested in Roman history, this is a worthwhile stop in Seville. Learned a lot about the history of Seville and the Andalusian area. Even though we aren't EU citizens they still let us in for free.

1  Thank togirl999
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Entry: free to EU citizens- just show passport or driving license. Otherwise entry 1.50€ Interesting displays, most information also available in English. I was very impressed with how much was on offer considering entry is free and barely anyone was there. The museum itself is...More

Thank travel_girl354
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Great refuge if its wet or too hot, clearly set out with most galleries having English explanations.

Thank Les P
Reviewed 9 May 2018

Rather small but very interesting collection is housed here. Free entrance for EU citizens. Situated in lovely Plaza d'America

1  Thank Louis X
Reviewed 5 April 2018

This museum contains archaeological remains found in the region of Andalusia. The bulk of the collection was excavated from several ancient Roman towns, in particular from Italica, located about 9 kilometres north of Seville. Between the 2nd century BC and the 5th century AD Italica...More

3  Thank Marco_Polo499
Reviewed 23 March 2018

At the end of the Parque Maria Luisa there is this beautiful building with the museum inside. Very nice collection, well presented. More explanation in English is recommendable for those visitors who can't read Spanish.

1  Thank Rob d
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