National Archaeological Museum Re-Opens April 1st

National Archaeological Museum, Madrid

After two and a half years and with the help of over 1,200 architects, carpenters, electricians, builders and other professionals, the Archaeological Museum of Spain opens its doors on April 1st, 2014. The refurbishment actually began in 2008 and has cost over 60 million Euros. In total 13,000 pieces of archaeology from Prehistory, Greece, Egypt and the Near East, Hispano-Roman, Middle Ages and the Modern Age will be on display to the public. 50 audiovisual screens, maps, illustration and touchscreen points will offer a state-of-the-art experience for visitors.

More Information
Website: National Archaeological Museum

Travelling there
C/ Serrano, 13
28001 Madrid
Spain

Tel: (0034) 91 577 79 12

Public transport
Buses
1, 9, 19, 51, 74: Stop outside museum
5, 14, 27, 45, 150: Stop on Paseo Recoletos
21, 53: Stop at Plaza de Colón
2, 15 20, 28, 52, 146: Stop at Plaza de la Independencia

Metro
Serrano (Line 4) and Retiro (Line 2) underground stations

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