The Museum of Fine Arts of Seville exhibits important artworks from the medieval period to the early twentieth century. It also houses some of the best artworks produced during the Golden Age of Sevillian painters such as Francisco de Herrera, Valdes Leal and many more.
The Archaeological Museum of Seville, created by Anibal Gonzalez, is housed in the pavilions which were created for the Ibero-Americano Exhibition of 1929. The museum at its basement holds the treasure of El carambolo from Camas, which contains 2,950 grams of gold. Also of interest are the other halls, exhibits, and artifacts from the Roman dynastyfrom the roman city of Italica.