The Museo Arqueológico Nacional is the ideal place to learn about and enjoy Spain’s outstanding archaeological collections. Located in the capital of Spain, the Museum houses a broad and representative sampleof archaeological and artistic materials that reflect the diversity of the peoples and cultures that shaped the history of Spain from prehistoric times to the 19th century
Also on exhibition are important artefacts from two great Mediterranean civilisations, Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece. Finally, a thematic exhibition on currency and coins gives visitors the opportunity to see part of the Museum’s outstanding numismatic collection. After the recent renovation of the building, the Museum has updated its permanent exhibition in order to create a space that aids awareness and understanding of the historical past.
Universal access is one of the museum’s top priorities.
To achieve this objective there are adapted spaces and services, specific aids and tactile resources for people with hearing, visual and mobility impairments.
HOW TO REACH
BUS: Lines 1, 9, 19, 51 and 74 stop in front
of the Museum; 5, 14, 27, 45 and 150 stop
in Paseo Recoletos; 21 and 53 stop in Plaza
de Colón; 2, 15, 20, 28, 52 and 146 stop at
Plaza de la Independencia.
METRO: Serrano (L4) and Retiro (L2).
CERCANÍAS RENFE (LOCAL TRAINS):
Recoletos station (Lines C1, C2, C7, C8
BICYCLE: BiciMad docking station 107 in
C/ Serrano. Bicycle lane in C/ Serrano.
PARKING: Plaza de Colón public car park
(Jardines del Descubrimiento) and
Serranopark III (C/ Jorge Juan and Plaza
de la Independencia).
GENERAL: 3 €.
REDUCED: 1,5 €.
FREE: Saturdays from 2:00 p.m., Sundays
and holidays: 18 May · 12 October ·
16 November · 6 December.
Reduced and free admission: Ask for
further information at the Ticket Office.
Calle de Serrano 13