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 it's located. Entrance is free to EU or €1.50. And what pleasant staff on the Entrance and in the Ticket Office. Very welcoming.
There are 4 floors but the top 2 are closed for renovation. So there's no local costumes on display currently apart from a couple on Ground floor. So there is the Ground floor, and the Basement or Lower Ground floor. To get to the Basement, return to the Ticket Office, and pass the lockers and lift and you'll find the steps down.
The Basement area is huge. There are many rooms but particularly, Artisan workshops, set up as they would have been originally. Really interesting. Workshops such as the Castanets Maker or the Guitar Maker. There's also displays of Domestic products typically used in the home. There's a little bit of lace making and some great tiles displays. And a fascinating short film in Spanish, but you can get the gist of what's going on, on pottery manufacture. Especially the processes involved in the skilful transfer of patterns and the hand finishing.
This is one of my favourite museums in Seville.
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