The Archaeological Museum of Seville is located on the America square, opposite the Museum of Arts and Popular Customs.
In 1911 a contest was celebrated for the construction of the building won by the Seville architect Aníbal González, with a project of neo-Renaissance style. The work was executed between 1912 and 1919, like many works which were carried out in Seville before the Latin-American Exhibition of 1929, and was baptized as “Palace of the Renaissance”. It was the most expensive building of the Square of America, doubling the budget of the nearby “Mudejar Pavilion”. During the exhibition it was dedicated to the Palace of the Fine arts. The archaeological collections moved to the building in 1942.
From 16th September to 15th June
Tuesday to Saturday: 9’00 to 19’30 hours.
Sunday and holidays: 9’00 a 15’30 hours
From 16th June to 15th September
Tuesday to Sunday: 9,00 to 15,30 hours
Monday : close
Rates: Free entrance for EU, 1,50 euros other countries.