The National Archeological Museum of Spain is a historical center in Madrid, Spain. It is situated on Serrano Street adjacent to the Plaza de Colón Columbus Square, offering its working to the National Library. , it moved to a building planned particularly to house it, a neoclassical outline by designer Francisco Jareño, worked from 1866 to 1892. In 1968, remodel and expansion works extensively expanded its zone. The exhibition hall shut for remodel in 2008 and revived in April 2014.
The rebuilt exhibition hall focuses on its center archeological part, as opposed to beautiful expressions. The astonishing social event fuses, among others, Prehistoric, Egyptian, Celtic, Iberian, Greek and Roman old pieces and medieval Visigothic, Islamic Spanish and Christian articles.