Room I shows the importance of the Mediterranean Sea in antiquity through objects from the colonies of Ibiza and Ampurias, dating from the sixth century B.C to the second century B.C.
This room offers a general introduction to the Iberian Culture. Who were the Iberians and which were the most significant social and material changes associated to these groups?
Room III takes us into the daily life of Iberian cities through the example of La Bastida de les Alcusses, Moixent.
A house re-creation takes us into the Iberian domestic space.
Room V addresses the funerary rituals, types of tombs and their social meaning, as well as cults in domestic spaces and in cave-shrines.
This room focuses on the exploration of the ancient city of Edeta (Tossal de Sant Miquel, Lliria) and the territorial and socio-economic organization that was established with other Iberian settlements at the Camp de Turia.
Room VII shows the Iberian epigraphic collection consisting of painted, incised and engraved texts on various media such as vessels, sheets of lead or stone steles.
Room VIII shows Greek, Punic and Roman Republican coins and the first four Valencian mints: Arse-Saguntum (Sagunto), Saiti (Xativa), Kelin (Los Villares) and Kili.