This page provides a brief description of the Archaeological Museum and the building where it is located.
ADDRESS: Carrera del Darro 41
+34 600 143 141
C31, C32, C34
09:00 - 21:00 (Tuesday - Saturday)
CLOSED: Monday, Sunday
The Archaeological Museum is located in the Casa de Castril and displays artifacts from different archaeological ages.
The Casa de Castril was built in 1539 by the heirs of Hernando de Zafra, the secretary to the Catholic Monarchs. It has a beautifully preserved façade and is built on two floors around a central courtyard. The seven galleries of the museum exhibit artifacts, coins, pottery and weapons from different archaeological periods.
The building dates back to the 16th century and has a beautiful façade.
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