7 museums in Seville for art and history lovers, discover them!

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7 museums in Seville for art and history lovers, discover them!


Culture and history come together in the best museums in Seville. Do you want to know which ones they are? Read carefully and enjoy them on your next getaway!

There are plenty of reasons to escape to the heart of Andalusia and fall to its charms. Monuments, gastronomy, a unique atmosphere ... and, also, the interesting and beautiful museums of Seville. In these places you will travel through Andalusian history, culture and art and, thanks to them, you will understand why this city is, without a doubt, a reference in this matter.

Among all the Seville museums that you can visit, we bring you the seven must visit for a different and unique getaway. Immerse yourself in the Andalusian idiosyncrasy and lose yourself in a unique culture through our proposals. Do you want to know which ones they are?

The best Seville museums

Museum of Fine Arts

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, from 9 am to 9 pm Sundays and holidays, from 9 am to 3 pm; closed on Mondays.

Admission: € 1.50 or free for accredited European Union citizens and members of the International Museum Council (ICOM).

The Museum of Fine Arts in Seville is the second most important art gallery in Spain and the best in the city. Here you can contemplate the beauty of Andalusian painting of different centuries. Works by Zurbarán, Murillo, Valdés Leal and other artists are waiting for you to enjoy them. In addition to the collection, the headquarters of this institution is the building of the former Convent of La Merced Calzada and, of course, you can also visit it and get to know a charming corner.

Museum of Popular Arts and Customs

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, from 9 am to 8 pm Sundays and holidays, from 9 am to 3 pm; closed Monday.

Admission: € 1.50 or free for citizens of the European Union.

If you want to know the authentic culture and history of the Andalusian capital, this is the museum to visit in Seville. The parties, religion, work, traditional clothing or differences between social classes are the protagonists of this museum in Seville. In this one, you will be able to see the instruments and tools used by the ancient artisans, but also the utensils they used for everyday work and other craft productions.


Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm Sundays and holidays, from 10 am to 2 pm; closed Monday.

Admission: € 2 or free for residents or born in Seville, disabled and companion and under 16 years.

Many say it is one of the jewels of the capital, and it is, no doubt, because it contains the city´s origin. In this museum are the Roman remains of Hispalis, the city that later became Seville. The Roman houses, the evidence of the winemaking of those times or the jars where the famous Roman sauce was made, are some examples of what you can see. You can also go up to the Las Setas viewpoint, the best in the city, to discover it from the heights,

The location, in addition, is amazing. This museum in Seville lies in the basement of the largest wooden monument in the world, Las Setas, and the square where it is located is wonderful. This means that it shares location with our Casa de Indias by Intur hotel and it is a short walk from the Core Suites apartments. If you stay with us, you will be sleeping over the roots of the city!

Archaeological Museum of Seville

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, from 9 am to 8 pm Sundays and holidays, from 9 am to 3.30 pm; closed Monday.

Admission: € 1.50 or free for citizens of the European Union.

The building where it is located and the collection inside it were declared of Cultural Interest in 1962. A total of 27 rooms with more than 60,000 pieces from prehistory, pre-Roman and Roman times, as well as the middle ages. Indigenous goldsmiths, jewels, legal documents, portraits, busts and a host of works of art that will transport you to incredible and extraordinary times.

Flamenco Dance Museum

Hours: Monday to Sunday, from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm

Admission: € 10.

Talking about Seville is, for many, referring to flamenco. This art, considered Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, conquers those who enjoy it. Can you imagine knowing more about its origin and history? Stop by this museum! You will find cultural exhibitions, live performances, clothing, paintings and much more. You'll love it!

Andalusian Center for Contemporary Art

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, from 11 am to 9 pm; Sundays and holidays, from 11.00 to 15.30; closed Monday.

Admission: € 1.80 (monuments or temporary exhibitions), € 3.01 (full visit). Free from Tuesday to Friday between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

A library collection of more than 16,000 titles is distributed among brochures, books, catalogs, photos, audios, posters and videos. From the 50s to the present, a journey through the history of contemporary art by authors such as Mark Lewis, Henri Michaux, Francis Bacon or Joan Fontcuberta, among others. Beyond this content, the institution also organizes jazz concerts, workshops and festivals.

Triana Ceramics Center

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, from 11 am to 6 pm; Sundays and holidays, from 10 am to 3 pm; closed Monday.

Admission: € 2.10 (general admission) or € 1.60 (reduced admission: groups of 10, students up to 25 years, young card, pensioners and over 65).

Welcome to one of the last ceramic production centers in Seville. The pieces that you will see here will enchant you, but you can also enjoy the historic furnaces, the water well, the clay deposits, the mills, the pigment storage containers or the board where they were decorated, among others. In short, you will immerse yourself in the complete manufacturing process.

Apart from this list, until February 23rd you can also travel all over the planet thanks to the exhibition that has been inaugurated in the Archivo de Indias. You will find the original documents of the first round the world, with manuscripts, chronicles and pieces from other institutions in Europe. Thrilling!

Visiting at least one of these seven Seville museums is essential if you visit the Andalusian capital. To make that little trip perfect, we also suggest you discover the essence of the city with our Seville guide. Download it and get ready to live a different adventure!

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