Seville City - Hospital de los Venerables

Hospital de los Venerables

Located in the Barrio Santa Cruz, the baroque style building features inside some of the most impmortant works by Martínez Montañés.

Temporary art exhibitions often take place in this 17th-century building, originally constructed as a home for priests, which also has paintings by Murillo, frescoes by Valdes Leal and sculptures by Pedro Roldán.

In the Hospital de los Venerables there is a pretty sunken patio and central fountain.


Plaza Venerables 8. Tel. 954 562 696


Open every day from 10:00 am to 18:00 pm. Free entrance on Sundays from 14:00 to 18:00 pm. Special offer: guided tour included in the general ticket on Wednesdays from 15:00 am to 16:00 pm. The building will be closed on January 1st, Easter Friday and December 25th.


Candle lit night visits

Hospital de los Venerables is open during the summer of 2016 for evening visits by candle light. In the shadows the visitor will discover del the treasures housed in this place.

During the night visit the you can find out about the history of the building and learn the stories of its noble inhabitants such as Elvira de Ayala, the countess of Gelves or Justino de Neve, and also know a little abut the Fundación Focus-Abengoa and its art collection.

The itinerary of the visit allows the visitor to discover all the corners of the building. The library is open to the visit and also the watchtower. Discover on of the great jewels of Baroque Sevilla with her mysterious treasures.

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