We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
It is located on the second level of the building at Plaza de Espana. Good to know it is free entrance, opening hours 0930hr to1400hr. I needed to deposit my backpack and had security check before entering.
There are 3 levels. Ground level displays military...More
Probably wouldn’t have gone in if it wasn’t free but it was interesting, with a large display of different weapons ranging from pistols and rifles to mortars, artillery, and torpedos, from various eras. And you can really get up close and personal with many of...More
I am not into the military stuff, but I went because my partner loves this kind of thing. I was pleasantly surprised how much I enjoyed it. Also it is so well set out and it blows your mind at how all this was collected...More
Quite a surprise to find such an impressive collection of guns, swords and other military
hardware. I could have spent hours there but it was closing time and was asked to leave.
Its location in the Plaza de Espana is worth a visit. Very impressive...More
When you visit the Plaza de Espana, don’t miss the free historical military museum, for which entry is free. The museum, which includes various weapons and military memorabilia, will take about 30 minutes to visit. Worth a look!
This is a great little museum dedicated to all things military, including a wide range of swords, guns, uniforms, medals, ammunition etc. Also there are interesting model dioramas including the capture of Seville 1248 by the Christian army. Entrance is free and it's situated in...More
Within this small museum, you can find many rifles, shot guns, canons and machine guns used by the Spanish Arm forces in different eras.
At the back of the museum, there is a small corner full of machine guns. You can even touch them.
Stumbled into here by chance. At first you wonder what you have let yourself in for. Glass cabinets with painted toy soldiers on parade? Then you go through Spanish military uniforms through the ages.
Then you go down stairs, there are enough guns to keep...More