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Seville City Museums

Museums in Seville City

Seville has a number of excellent museums representing a wide range of subjects, historical periods and styles.

Bullfighting fans will enjoy the small museum at the bullring, while the Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares is devoted to a more general tradition of arts and culture. The archaeological museum covers a period dating back to Paleolithic times, while the Casa de Pilatos and Casa de la Dueñas are examples of fine stately homes. Palaces such as the Alcazar and the Palacio de Lebrija are magnificent in their opulence, while the fascinating tobacco factory which inspired the famous Carmen gypsy heroine is, today, part of the city's bustling university campus.

More contemporary offerings can be found at the Pabellon de Navegacion, a museum about oceanic voyages built for the 1992 Expo, and the Magellan centre which examines the first circumnaviagtion of the world (1519-1522), while the Pabellon de Peru from the 1929 Expo is home to the small but interesting science museum.

The Alcázar Réal (Royal Palace) of Seville is one of the city’s most enchanting, and most popular, historic monuments. Along with the Cathedral and Archive of the Indies, it is recognised as… More →

The Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo is housed in the magnificent 15th-century Monasterio Santa Maria de las Cuevas. Known as La Cartuja, this is located in the district of the same name, north… More →

In 1519 Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan set sail from Seville with a fleet of five naos (carracks or carvel-built wooden sailing ships) to find the Molluca spice islands, in modern-day… More →

La Casa de la Ciencia (the House of Science) in Seville is both a museum and a centre for scientific study and research. The Peruvian Pavilion for the 1929 Expo now houses the Andalucian regional… More →

Located in Barrio Santa Cruz, in a pretty square with orange trees, the 17th-century baroque hospital was built to care for elderly, impoverished and infirm priests. It is now used as an art… More →

For many visitors to Seville, flamenco is one of its greatest treasures. People flock to the many tablaos (flamenco bars) and flamenco shows to see a little of this Andalucían culture while… More →

This impressive riverside building was originally designed for Expo 92, when it had replicas of Columbus' three ships moored outside (now at the Muelle de las Carabelas in La Rabida). Today the… More →

The Torre del Oro (Golden Tower), which dominates the banks of the river Guadalquivir next to the Puente San Telmo, is a remnant of the Moorish fortified walls which originally enclosed the city,… More →

This magnificent bullring is considered to be one of the finest in Spain and is one of the oldest and most important in the world. Although many of the younger generation in Spain abhor the sport… More →

Once a convent, this magnificent art museum has been lovingly restored and is now one of the finest in Spain. Located in a tiny plaza away from the city centre bustle, the building dates back to… More →

This magnificent palace is one of Seville's most impressive buildings, and certainly the city's finest example of the baroque style. Situated to the south of the centre, between the Hotel Alfonso… More →

One of the least known of Seville’s museums, this is a family palace with a wonderfully varied private collection. It is situated at the Campana end of Calle Cuna, parallel to Calle Sierpes. Look… More →

Located in the Mudejar Pavilion of the 1920 Ibero-American exhibition devoted to the popular arts and traditions of Andalucia. There are exhibitions held in the basement here, including a… More →

Bullfighting fans will enjoy the small museum at the bullring, while the Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares is devoted to a more general tradition of arts and culture. The archaeological museum… More →

This neo-baroque theatre is named after the famous 16th century Spanish playwright, often called the Spanish Shakespeare, who wrote more than 1,500 plays. Like most of the buildings in this area… More →

Situated in the basement of Metropol Parasol in Plaza Encarnacion, this is a modern, well-presented archaeological museum following a similar format to the Castillo San Jorge (Inquisition Museum… More →

This museum in Triana is easy to miss – it’s tucked away by the north tower of the Triana bridge, down some steps leading from the street. The entrance is next to the market (on the right-hand… More →

This large, walled complex of honey-coloured stone buildings, situated on the Isla la Cartuja (named after the monastery itself; the word means “charterhouse”), has seen many ups and downs during… More →

One of the best museums of its kind in Spain, located in the Maria Luisa Park and originally built as part of the 1929 exhibition. The focus is on the Romans, but there is also a prehistorical… More →

The cathedral's construction lasted over a century, from 1401 to 1506. It is said that when the plans were drawn up, church elders stated, "Hagamos una iglesia tan hermosa y tan grandiosa que los… More →

See the Museums in Sevilla city and Sevilla province: Museo Arqueológico de Itálica, Museo de la Ciudad, Museo y Necrópolis Romana and more.

Museum Title & Subject

Address & Tel


Casa de las Dueñas
Sumptuary Art

Dueñas, 5
Tel: +34 954 220 956


Casa de Pilatos
Paintings, sculpture and Mudejar tiles

Plaza Pilatos, 1
Tel: +34 954 225 298


Colección de Mineralogia

Palos de la Fra.1
Tel: +34 954 215 266


Hospital de los Venerables
Paintings. Sculpture.

Plaza Venerables, 8


Museo Arqueológico Provincial
Archaeology till the Muslim culture

Plaza de América
Tel: +34 954 232 401


Museo Catedralicio y Giralda
Religious art, paintings and sculpture. gold and silver work

Tel: +34 95 4214971


Museo Conventual de Santa Paula
Religious art, paintings, sculpture, gold and silver work

Santa Paula, 11
Tel: +34 954 421 307


Museo de Arte Contemporáneo
20th century paintings and sculpture

Santo Tomás, 5
Tel: +34 954 215 830


Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares
Ethnology of Andalusia

Pabellón Mudéjar
Tel: +34 954 232 576


Museo de Bellas Artes
Fine arts. Ceramics. Weapons.

Plaza Museo, 9
Tel: +34 954 221 829


Museo Naval
Old nautical instruments

Torre del Oro
Tel: +34 954 222 419


Museo Taurino
Paintings, sculpture, costume and fans

Paseo Cristóbal Colón, 12
Tel: +34 954 224 577


Museo-Tesoro de la Basílica de la Macarena
Religious art, embroidery and procession floats

Bécquer, 1
Tel: +34 954 370 195


Museo-Tesoro del Templo del Gran Poder
Ornaments, gold and silver work

Plaza San Lorenzo, 13
Tel: +34 954 385 454


Palacio de Lebrija
Roman, Arab and Mudejar archaeology

Cuna, 8
Tel: +34 954 218 183


Palacio de San Telmo

Barrio de Santa Cruz
Tel: +34 954 035 558


Reales Alcázares
Sumptuary Art, tapestries, paintings and mosaics

Plaza del Triunfo
Tel: +34 954 227 163


Teatro Lope de Vega

Avenida Maria Luisa
Tel: +34 954 590 867


Museo del Baile Flamenco
Museum of Flamenco Dance

Casa Palacio.
C/ Alfalfa.
Tel: +34 954 34 03 11


Museo de la Inquisición

Plaza del Altozano, s/n


Museo Arqueologico Antiquarium

Plaza de la Encarnación s/n, 41003 Sevilla


La Catedral

Avenida de la Constitucion, s/n


Casa de Pilatos

Plaza de Pilatos, 1, 41003 Sevilla


Espacio Primera Vuelta al Mundo

Centro de Recepción de Turista.
Marqués de Contadero, s/n.
Tel: +34 954 09 09 56



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