National Archaeological Museum of Spain

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The National Archaeological Museum of Spain is an archaeology museum in the Spanish capital, Madrid. The museum's collection includes Prehistoric, Greek, Egyptian, Celtic, Iberian and Roman antiques, as well as medieval objects. The museum was established in 1857 but moved to its current home in 1895 and the building has since been expanded and renovated further.

Getting there

The museum is accessible by the Madrid subway system with line 4’s ‘Colon’ or ‘Serrano’ stations being the closest.

Opening Times and Admission

The museum is closed on Mondays but opens for the rest of the week with it operating on a schedule of 9.30am to 8 pm Tuesday to Saturday and 9.30 to 3 pm on Sundays. Entry to the museum is free.

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