Situated inside the Parque de María Luisa, the Archeological Museum possesses a Neo-Renaissance structure worked for the Latin American Expo of 1929. The accumulation starts with the early Paleolithic time frame; proceeds with Phoenician, Greek, and Roman ancient pieces; and completes with Moorish and Mudéjar things from the Middle Ages.
The ground floor shows ancient rarities found at the Itálica archeological site nine kilometers away in the region of Seville. Among the features are the gold gems and a statue of Diana.
Another astounding piece is the Carambolo Treasure from the Tartessian period, which is shown in its own particular room on the principal floor. This room contains a proliferation of the gold fortune and a holy place committed to Phoenician divinities.