GRAND OPENING JUNE 13.FREE OPEN DAYS: 14 & 15 JUNE: from 11.00 to 14.00 & from 17.00 to 21.00 h.JUNE 16: from 11.00 to 14.00 h.

Discovered on December 1, 1963 by Mr. José María Soler, the Treasure of Villena is a spectacular set of 66 pieces of various metals made up of bowls, bracelets, bottles and various pieces of gold ornament, three silver bottles, an iron bracelet, another iron piece with gold ornaments and an amber and gold button. In total, a unique hoard of almost 10 kilos of gold, which was hidden 3,000 years ago and is considered the most important prehistoric treasure in Europe.

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The Treasure is exhibited in the Museum of Villena (MUVI), which exhibits pieces of great value from the different periods of history that document the human occupation of this region since prehistory – 50,000 years ago – until today. The remains belonging to the Bronze Age are numerous and come from more than 20 villages, mainly from Cabezo Redondo. Likewise, materials from the Iberian period and Roman and Arab civilizations are also represented at important sites such as the Iberian settlement of Puntal de Salinas, the splendid Arracada de la Condomina, the Dama de Caudete, and by remains of columns, pottery and coins belonging to several Roman villas.


Address: C/ Madrid, 1
Tel. 96 580 11 50 ext. 433

Web: Museum of Villena

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Visits schedule

From June 18:
Morning: Tuesday to Sunday from 11.00 to 14.00 h.
Afternoon: Thursday from 17.00 to 19.00 h.
Closed: Monday all day, Sunday afternoon and holidays afternoon.
Closed the afternoon on 24th December, 31th December and 5th January.
Closed all day on 25th December, 1st January and 6th January.

Fee: free entrance until 18/07/2024.

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