Museum of the Americas

Built in the middle of the 20th century, this museum's building is pre-eminently historicist in style, designed by architects Moya and Martínez Feduchi.

It is home to more than 25,000 artefacts, with the oldest of its collections dating from the Real Gabinete de Historia Natural (Royal Natural History Collection) founded in the mid-eighteenth century. The museum features pre-Columbian ethnographic objects and pieces from New Spain which not only represent the cultures of the new continent, but also reflect Spanish presence in the Americas - both past and present.

Address: Avda. Reyes Católicos 6,
Ciudad Universitaria (Madrid)
CP 28040

Museum shop opening hours

Tuesday, wednesday,
friday and saturday: 9.30-14.50

Thursday: 9.30-15.00 y de 16.00 a 18.50

Sunday and bank holidays: 10.00-14.50

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