The Archaeological Museum of Denia is located at the top of the Castle of the city, the remains of what were the premises of the Palau del Governador, one of the few remaining vestiges of the palace complex that was inside the enclosure.
The restoration of the hall ended in 1984 after many years of neglect and disrepair, but now, in his 190 square meters, can observe the development of the city, from its earliest beginnings to the eighteenth century.
The objects are divided into four periods: Iberian, Roman, Muslim and Christian, different moments of development and thickness of the city of Dénia.
How to get there
Access to the Archaeological Museum of Dénia must necessarily be done on foot as it is not allowed access of motor vehicles to the top of the castle, place where the room is.
The Archaeological Museum has the same opening hours as the Dénia Castle, A schedule that varies depending on the time of year.
November to March is open daily from 10 to 13 and 15 18 hours to
In the months of April and May schedule it happens to be 10 13 to: 30 and 15: 30 19 hours to
Opens in June of 10 to 13: 30 16 to 19 and: 30 hours
In July and August open from 10 to 13: 30 17 to 20 and: 30 hours
In September, the hours are 10 to 13: 30 16 to 20 and hours
In October open from 10 to 13 and 15 18 to: 30 hours.
The price of admission to the Archaeological Museum is included in the entrance to the Castillo de Dénia. Entrance to Castell de Dénia (Adult, € 3, 8 to 16 Children years 1 €; Pensioner / student, € 2; Groups (minimum 10 people), € 2)