The Jeronimo Molina Archaeological Museum is installed in the old Council and “Lonja” building, built in the 16th century by Julián de Alamíquez. It is the only example of civil architecture preserved from the Murcian Renaissance.
The museum houses a wide collection of materials from the Lower Palaeolithic to the Middle Ages and is divided into three floors. A large collection of coins is preserved from Roman times, as is one of the mosaics from the “Los Cipreses” site.
Museums in Jumilla
What to see in Jumilla