Museo artes y costumbres


There is always something new to discover in Seville, in summer and in winter as well. In our dear Seville, every corner has got its own charm, but there are also places where you can find a great concentration of art, namely the museums.

Here is a brief excursus about the most characteristic museums of the Andalusian capital.


Undoubtedly, this is the most relevant museums of the city, being the second most important art gallery in Spain. It is located in the Plaza del Museo, where each Sunday takes place an exhibition of works of art by local artists, who put on sale their paintings and sculptures.

The same building its significant in itself, being the ancient Convento de la Merced. After the expropriation of the XVII century, it has been turned into a museum, gathering highly valuable works of art. The visitor can discover masterpieces going from the Sevillian Baroque to the art of the XIX century, including some Medieval paintings too.

To name just a few classical painters whose works of art are on display in the museum: Diego Velázquez, Zurbarán, Herrera el Viejo, Gerard David, Caraciolo, Murillo, etc.

It is worth mentioning also that, being the year of Murillo, the museum offers a brand new exhibition of works of the Sevillian painter, and works on permanent display as well, such as La Virgen del Pañuelo or La Concepción Grande.


This museum is located in the group of buildings of the 1929 EXPO, since it has been moved here due to the increase of its collections, after finding place in the Real Alcázar and in the Convento de la Merced in the meantime.

The museum allows going over a part of history through the objects and sculptures coming from the Prehistory, the Copper Age, the Bronze Age, etc. It is fascinating being able to contemplate so many indigenous artifacts and true treasures like the Carambolo, made of gold.


It was inaugurated for the Countess of Barcelona in 1989 and it is located within the walls of the bullring. In this particular museum the tradition of the bullfighting is addressed by means of paintings, posters, objects and sculptures distributed in four rooms.

The visitor can visit the museum and the main areas of Plaza de Toros, too.


The “Museum of Arts and Popular Customs” is located in a beautiful Mudéjar building in María Luisa Park, built on the occasion of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, which is a spectacle in itself.

This museum houses a valuable collection of objects that illustrate the traditions and everyday life in Andalusia and other regions of Spain. This includes traditional costumes, musical instruments, objects related to fishing, agriculture, and craftsmanship, as well as elements related to local festivities and rituals.

Our recommendation is to visit it as it provides a fascinating insight into the everyday life and customs of Seville throughout the years.

Museo artes y costumbres



Located in the oldest part of the city of Seville and set in a building of the XVIII century, you can find this magical museum. It was inspired by the flamenco dancer Cristina Hoyos, in order to let everybody know this art so authentic: the flamenco. We can go deep into this wonderful world through performances of singing, dancing and guitar playing, by means of audiovisual aids arranged in every room of the museum.

Moreover, in this place you can enjoy the flamenco in all its essence, since it offers daily shows and classes to bring this art closer to anyone who so wishes.

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