Archaeological Museum of Sevilla, Seville

Categories: History Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
The collection of Roman art at Archaeological Museum of Sevilla dates from prehistory to the 15th century, and is one of the most extensive displays in Spain. You will see everything from marble statues to floor mosaics. One of the more popular exhibits is the El Carambolo treasure, a huge collection of gold pieces including bracelets, pendants, buckles, and more. English descriptions are provided but are sometimes lacking, so consider hiring a guide or researching the site before you go. Use our Seville itinerary maker to visit Archaeological Museum of Sevilla on your trip to Seville, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • I have visited it several times. I love its Roman remains. Is a space very large with different rooms and all well arranged for not miss detail.
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  • Lots to see in this free Museum for Europeans. Of beautiful Roman mosaics from the beginning of the first Millennium .prevoir an hour without lingering
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  • A great Museum for a city as historic as Sevilla. The room of Iberian Art and exhibits of the missing Italian was impressed. You can't miss it is.
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  • Even though even tourist information says it's open till 20:30, it's open only till 14.30. Many people were disappointed yesterday. Don't they need money?
  • Great Roman Exhibits. Lovely building
  • Not many things to bad. I was dissatisfied of those statues
  • Not great for non-Spanish speakers. No translations!
  • Very advisable. We were like a man who does not want to, because they are near the plaza Spain. See the bust of Hadrian and Alexander the great super exciting.
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