This is a small, but perfectly acceptable little museum, located in the Maria Louisa Park. Depending on how you approach it, it isn't the most obvious thing to find. Seems odd, but there are many trees in the way and they tend to rather hide what lies behind.
However, it is worth finding to pass a pleasant hour wandering through the rooms and trying to make the most of the English signs amidst the all the Spanish information. There is a leaflet available in English to show you round, but the information is limited and you'd need to know something of history to make the most of it.
It is free to EU citizens (flash your passport or look resolutely British in our case). So, makes it worth a trip anyway!
There are some good finds from Italica (which rather negated the need to go there) and the jewel in the crown is the treasure of Carambolo, which is now located on the top floor. This unfortunately had everything in Spanish, so the context was rather lost, but it seemed to be their version of the Sutton Hoo find.
So, it was worth a visit, and offers a cultured relief from the blazing sun if nothing else. It was good to see some culture that wasn't endless churches, so would always win my vote.
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