Museo Arqueológico de Úbeda

Museo Arqueológico de Úbeda
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The Úbeda Archaeological Museum is located in a 14th century building known as Casa Mudéjar, behind the Church of San Pablo. It was opened and founded in 1973 by Rafael Vaño Silvestre who is responsible for the nucleus of the museum. In the interior courtyard you'll find parts of a mill and two beautiful Iberian lions from Ubeda La Vieja; the rest of the museum is devoted to Roman remains from the same site; to the right there is a hall devoted to Prehistory.

In Iberian hall of the Úbeda Archaeological Museum, on the first floor, there are exhibits of urns, vases and other objects from the necropolis of Castellones de Ceal (Hinojares) and votive offerings from Santa Elena and Castellar; the latter are unique since they are ceramics (head of a woman, lady, and lady with child)

From September 16 to May 31: Tuesday to Saturday from 10 am. to 8:30 pm. Sunday and holidays from 10 am. to 5 pm. Closed Mondays, except public holidays and eve. From June 1 to September 15: Tuesday to Saturday from 9 am. to 3:30 pm. Sunday and holidays from 10 am. to 5 pm. Closed Mondays, except public holidays and eve.

Free entry

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Museo Arqueológico de Úbeda
Calle Cervantes, 6, 23400

Services and infrastructure

  • Historic building
Target audiences
I travel alone, deal, young people, Professional, For families, Lgbti, Seniors, Couples, Friends
Segments
Leisure and fun, Turismo Arqueológico, Culture
Specialties
Archaelogy
Season
All year
Duration
45 minutos
Open to visitors
Yes