The National Archaeological Museum welcomes the participation of private institutions, foundations and companies in the organisation and funding of activities and the development of different core programmes at the museum.
In addition to being a museum trustee, ASISA sponsors the print edition of the museum’s scientific publication, Boletín del Museo Arqueológico Nacional, and assists with the organisation of temporary exhibitions.
The museum's technological partner, Samsung, helps us by improving the audiovisual and virtual reality presentations of our content.
This foundation sponsors several activities for the general public in its first partnership with a history museum.
The Spanish stock market operator recently became a museum supporter, sponsoring the educational material for family workshop-visits and 3D reproductions of the Greek collections.
Fundación Palarq supports different activities held at the museum, in particular the lecture series “Archaeological Research in Spain Today”.
Acciona supports the museum’s technological development by digitising its medieval collections and experimenting with 3D reproductions of cultural assets.
This period costume house assists with the production of educational workshops for families.
Correos, the Spanish postal service, sponsors the print edition of the museum’s annual scientific publication, Boletín del Museo Arqueológico Nacional.
This foundation supported the 2015 campaign of the archaeological mission at Herakleopolis Magna, led by the museum's Egyptian and Near Eastern Antiquities Department.
This company supported the 2014–2015 campaigns of the archaeological mission at Herakleopolis Magna, led by the museum's Egyptian and Near Eastern Antiquities Department.
A permanent museum partner, this foundation provided free lighting for our building facade and the replica of the Cave of Altamira exhibited on the grounds.
Sponsor of the museum's accessibility programme, providing special assistance with the development of multimedia guides for visitors with special needs.
Using the 1% of its public works fund earmarked for cultural projects, Cintra sponsored the remodelling of the museum's historic garden, designed by landscape architect Isaac Escalante.