Roughly translated as the Museum of Prehistory of Valencia, this location was first constructed as a church in 1841. It was completely renovated in 2005 and is now home to permanent galleries highlighting various periods of history as well as Iberian culture and the history of Rome.
There are also two rotating temporary exhibitions, and the building is also home to a number of businesses and services including a cafeteria. Admission is free on weekends, but it is very low-cost the rest of the week. Educational activities are also regularly held.
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