The museum houses one of the greatest finds from the Bronze Age: the Treasure of Villena. These articles are made of 23.5 carat gold and the treasure consists of 59 gold, silver, iron and amber objects. There are also 11 golden bowls and 28 golden bracelets!
The treasure was discovered in 1963 by the Spanish archaeologist José María García Soler, just outside the city of Villena (Alicante), and is now on display at the archaeological museum of the city.
Plaza de Santiago 1, 03400 Villena