The Prehistory Museum of Valencia is a museum of the city of Valencia that exposes archaeological materials covering from Paleolithic to the Visigoths period.
From 1982 it has been part of The Old House of Charity, built in 1841 which highlights the Byzantine style church built in 1881. The Font de Mussa Mosaic is one of the most highlighted pieces.In 1995 began the complete restoration of the building, carried out by the architect Rafael Rivera. The House of Charity, now the Museum of Prehistory, has a ground floor and two stories arranged around five courtyards.
Tue - Sun: 10 am - 8 pm
Students, seniors: €1
Official website http://www.museuprehistoriavalencia.es/
Phone +34 963 883 565
Address Corona 36, 46003 Valencia, Spain
Coordinates 39°28'42.056" N -0°22'59.354" E