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Housed in one of the very fine surviving Mudejar pavilions from the 1929 Spanish-American Fair in Maria Luisa Park, this is more than the extensive collection of flamboyant flamenco frocks you might expect– though they are certainly there in...more
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After visiting Plaza de Espana, I walked towards the southern end of María Luisa park and chanced upon this museum. The building is imposing, nice architecture. Museum was quiet as I didn’t see any visitors. The best place to take a photo of the entire...More
What an interesting museum. I didn't find it easy to find from Plaza De Espana, probably an idea to stay on main road Paseo De las Delicias which runs parallel to the river until there's a gate or turn off near Plaza de America where...More
If you happen to be in Seville, this is one of many museums worth visiting. You travel back in time as you move along a well organised layout of the various sections depicting different traditional trades and the tools used in these trades. The building...More
This is not an art museum, it's a museum of the arts of living - weaving, woodwork, metal work, and etc. There is a lot to see here, although sadly the costumes floor is closed at the moment. There is still a large and specialist...More
We were particularly impressed by the unique lace collection! The museum also displays an expansive array of local artefacts and everyday life. It is reccomended to combine your visit with the Archaeological Museum nearby.
Free if you are an EU citizen with a passport so worth maybe 30 mins of your time if you are in the area.
However I found much more of interest in the building itself (the decor, the stairwells, the coiurtyard), than I did in...More
It is a few minute walk from Plaza de Espana and this could be the reason for not so many tourists reach it. Many prefer to stop at the striking square without reaching the close museum area (there is also the archaeological museum). The museum...More