Located on the lower floor of the Metropol Parasol, Antiquarium is a museum with archaeological remains dating from the Roman Empire in 1 A.D. through to the Moors of the 12th century. It includes ancient dwellings, sewerage systems, a fish salting factory (1st Century) and mosaics from the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Century. All up, there are 4,500 square metres of remains of Roman, Visigothic and Moorish Seville, and all hidden below one of the most innovative constructions in Seville.

The so-called ‘Mushrooms’ (Metropol Parasol) comprise a meeting place, leisure and culture facility in the centre of Seville which includes a market, the above-mentioned archaeological museum (Antiquarium) and a walkway/viewpoint with incredible views of the city skyline.