Het National Archaeological Museum of Tarragona is een van de belangrijkste musea in Spanje. Het is gelegen in de stad Tarragona, in de provincie Tarragona. Het museum werd opgericht in 1866 en herbergt een grote verzameling Romeinse artefacten uit de stad Tarragona en de omgeving. Het museum is verdeeld in twee secties: het eerste gedeelte is gewijd aan de geschiedenis van de stad Tarragona, en het tweede deel is gewijd aan de Romeinse artefacten die in de stad en het omliggende gebied werden gevonden.
Het eerste deel van het museum is gewijd aan de geschiedenis van de stad Tarragona. Dit gedeelte van het museum bevat een groot aantal artefacten die dateren uit de Romeinse periode. Deze artefacten omvatten een aantal beelden, mozaïeken en andere objecten die in de stad werden gevonden. Het tweede deel van het museum is gewijd aan de Romeinse artefacten die werden gevonden in de stad en het omliggende gebied. Deze sectie bevat een groot aantal beelden, mozaïeken en andere objecten die in de stad werden gevonden.
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 9:30 AM – 8:30 PM
- Wednesday: 9:30 AM – 8:30 PM
- Thursday: 9:30 AM – 8:30 PM
- Friday: 9:30 AM – 8:30 PM
- Saturday: 9:30 AM – 8:30 PM
- Sunday: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
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I love Tarragona,the beaches,the rocks,the naturalist, the people,etc Precioso Lugar para veranear!!
It has a lot of history, it is worth going through Tarragona
Nice museum and worthwhile if you also visit the city. I really liked the guide of the app that is dramatized. It's fun and enjoyable With the same entrance you can see the necropolis (this part has not given us time to visit it and we leave it for another occasion)
I love it, I have to go back again and there was a lot to see
I love these places and I think we should visit them... It brings us closer to history.
Well, despite being a temporary exhibition, due to the rehabilitation of the museum, there is everything we wanted to see. Nice and well explained and also with the same ticket we could see the Necropolis. Very interesting. Very friendly staff and recommended visit !!!!
The exhibition that replaces the one that should be in the Mnac, closed for works is admirable. It arouses interest, is understandable, makes a good synthesis of the background and is very visually appealing. He also place, on the Paseo del Serrallo is magnificent bright.
Very nice views, especially from the roof terrace. I would love to return in the future, because it is impressive
Brilliant displays, giving a strong sense of Tarraco during the Roman Empire
An excellent Museum, both for the place and the design it has: spacious, bright, modern as opposed to the centuries of history that are included. Very interesting for the urban planning, architecture and economy of the city and its territory. Highly recommended.
A very interesting experience, very well organized and very friendly and attentive staff
A beautiful experience to share our history, Roman waiting to have the complete National archaeological museum again, in the meantime I invite you to enjoy this cultural aperitif ...
Interesting, very kind people, including the archaeologist I met by chance accompanying several women, he was so kind that he offered to accompany me, I didn't and I regret it, he would have been a luxury guide. People in Tarragona are friendly and welcoming.
There is a very interesting and beautiful collection of statues, busts, columns, personal items, utensils, frescoes, mosaics ... of the Roman Tarraco. The staff of the Museum and the Necropolis (agreed entrance) very friendly. It's worth it!
The Museum is currently located on shed 4 in the Port of Tarragona. A temporary exhibition has been scheduled with different masterpieces from the collection. Bright and suitable space to show a taste of the great Roman capital.
Small but well laid out exhibition. Highly recommended
Built during the first half of the 19th century, the current National Archaeological Museum of Tarragona is the oldest in Catalonia in its specialty. It houses archaeological pieces from the Roman past of Tarraco and the beginnings of Christianity, and also a library. His collections include pieces from the 16th century and later, most of the pieces exhibited were discovered during excavations during the last 150 years. To carry out its objectives, it organizes activities and offers diverse services such as temporary exhibitions, cycles of conferences, seminars, workshops and activities of historical reconstruction, edition of publications and realization of audiovisual programs.
Great place and historical building in the world.
Very interesting all the epic of Rome towards the civilization that it left in Tarragona. It's super interesting to see and discover the busts and stellae of the Roman amplitude grabs but what a beautiful story. The forum and the main square and the amphitheater also to discover their stories through all this wealth that the Catalans reveal to us I want to say thank you and thank you again. Nice adventure then to you future visitors.
One of my favorite museums, I have taken my brothers when they were little and my daughter since she was a baby. He told them stories and they loved it. Make a museum a fun game
This architectural ensemble is a great example of Roman art in Spain. Structure of the building is worthy of admiration, very well preserved.
I visited it in 2017 and I liked it a lot. A reference museum where you can take a tour of Tarragona's archeology from collections from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, although a large part of the last 150 years, recovered with the construction of the modern port and the growth city planning. Currently, the Archaeological Museum is under renovation and is closed to the public. While you can visit the exhibition "TARRACO / MNAT" at Tinglado 4 of the Port of Tarragona. We hope you open it again and enjoy it. You have several headquarters, spread over the city and nearby villages, such as the Archaeological Museum, the Paleochristian Museum and Necropolis, the Roman Theater in Tarragona, Vil·la dels Munts (Altafulla), the Centcelles Monumental Complex (Constantine) Arc de Berà (Roda de Berà) and the Torre dels Escipions (Tarragona).
Charming. You define very well the pieces that they show in a relaxing space with a very attentive staff that advises you on everything you need to enjoy. The elevator is for people who need it, do not go up people who have faculties for the stairs.
Museum required to visit if you are in Tarragona. Tarraco was one of the capitals of ancient Rome and this museum is nestled amidst the ruins of ancient Tarraco. Near there you have the rest of the ruins. And the museum is very good and visited in 1 hour.
Temporarily under construction, the reference exhibition at Tinglado number 4 in the port of Tarragona is a perfect synthesis of what ancient Tarraco was during the Roman Empire.
Very interesting museum. Very well organized to understand it.
Impressive!!! And exciting!
Excellent experience, it was great to know the structures and archaeological remains of the museum that years ago was a prison
Great tapas, really busy, reservations almost a must.
We were my partner and I, and we liked it very much.
Synthesis exhibition of the MNAT, while the works last at the museum's headquarters in the Plaza del Rey. Good informative posters. But with a terrible location, difficult to read for people with visual difficulties.
The National Archaeological Museum of Tarragona is very interesting as it houses the remains that have been found from the Roman city of Tarraco. It is fundamental to understand the importance of this city to see the documentary that is projected of the emperor of Rome Hadrian, recounting his memories of what was the capital of Hispania Citerior.
You are an exceptional mosaic collection
Excellent busts and sculptures from the Roman period
Created in 1848 by Hernandez Sanaukha, in 1960 it moved to the building where it is now. The collection contains a huge part of the objects of the Roman era found in Tarragona: ceramics, sculptures, mosaics, coins, etc. A video film and exhibitions are offered to the attention of visitors, a reception of school groups and workshops for children are organized. Also has a library located on Ramón y Cajal Street, manages the Paleo-Christian Museum and Necropolis, the Roman villas of Centcelles and Els Munts
Without hesitation, you have to visit it.
A very special place. We were walking among the spirits of Romans. Learn the history of the underrated gorgeous and mysterious, yet friendly Tarragona.
Very nice museum. The audio guide combined with excellent displays give you a complete picture of what the city used to be like some 2000 years ago.
Very nice museum. It is not very big and to tour with the children it is very good.
the smell of history
To walk where horses with chariots used to race against each other is just incredible...