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Museums in Seville, Spain

Seville is known as a center of baroque art in Spain as some of the important artists in Spain such as Zurbaran, Murillo and Velazquez were from Seville. You can see the baroque style all around the city but if you definitely want to learn about the baroque style, your must-see is the Fine Art Museum.

You can see also check out the beautiful facades or squares with ceramic tiles as the pottery industry is popular in Seville since the old Roman times. When the city was under the Moorish rule the beautiful coloured tiles were inserted all throughout the city’s architecture. You can learn about the pottery tradition and look at valuable pieces in the new museum “Centro Cerámica Triana”. If you really want to know about the local way of life in Seville during the 19th century you should go to the Museum of Arts and Traditions. So much to see, so little time, right? Discover Seville's history through its remarkable museums!

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Great Museums in Seville, Spain

  • In Seville you will find the Fine Arts Museum which displays art works from Spanish artists all the way from medieval period to the 20th century.
  •    One of the best collection of ceramic in Europe is displayed in the Museum of Arts and Traditions. The building itself is beautiful to check out, take a walk in the Maria Luisa Park while there!
  • What do you think about the combination of a museum, concert hall and University? The CAAC is the Center for Contemporary Andalusian Art, you’ll definitely find something for your taste there!
  • Triana Ceramic Center is an ambitious project to show how important the pottery craft was in Seville .You won’t regret it!
  • Go to the Maria Luisa Park and discover the Archaeological museum, where the highlight is the Tesoro del Carambolo:21 golden pieces from the 8th century B.C.
  • The cultural space Santa Clara is located in the monastery with the same name and they display beautiful andalusian art. Don’t miss it out!
  • The Casa de Pilatos Palace will both remind you of the Renaissance and Mudejar. Take a close look at their courtyards with moorish tiles.
  • The Flamenco Dancing Museum defines itself as an “experience museum” as you can attend flamenco shows and the exhibitions are really alive.
  • The Mudejar Center is the first initiative of this kind in Spain, visit it to get a genuine artistic manifestation of Moorish art.
  • Espacio California is a cozy small art gallery and a co-working area with cool contemporary exhibitions in Seville. Best thing: weekly open events!

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Must See Museums in Seville, Spain

  • The Fine Arts Museum in Seville has beautiful paintings from Spanish artists with an emphasis on the Seville School of Arts. The building has an amazing architecture, with a stunning ceiling! Are you an EU citizen? Free entrance for you!Museum of Arts and Traditions is an interesting museum about traditional objects and paintings about the Andalusia region. It hold a specially remarkable large collection of valuable Andalusian folk pottery that’s well worth a visit. Check out the 20th century spring festivals original posters collection, it’ll make you smile for sure.


  • The Center for Contemporary Andalusian Art (CAAC) is located in the former Cartuja de Santa María de las Cuevas Monastery. It was built in the 15th century and later on became a factory that produced the popular ceramic tiles in Seville. Finally, in 1990 the museum was created in this unique space. Fancy a journey through history? This is your place to go to!