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Museum of Popular Arts And Traditions, Sevilla

Plaza de America, 3, 41013 Seville, Spain
+34 954 71 23 91
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Nice building and free so worth maybe 30 mins

Free if you are an EU citizen with a passport so worth maybe 30 mins of your time if you are in the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Colin D
Just if you are in the area

It is a few minute walk from Plaza de Espana and this could be the reason for not so many tourists... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
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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 abundance! There also are ceramics from Triana, handsome furniture, and ancient artisan equipment from blacksmiths’ gear to wine presses, all of which give a taste of life in 19th-century Andalucía. The highlight – along with the tiles – is the historic collection of fabulously colorful posters advertising the city’s famous April Fair, a fascinating gallop through changing trends in graphic design. Look for the striking Art Deco poster from 1930. Closed on Mondays
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Plaza de America, 3, 41013 Seville, Spain
+34 954 71 23 91
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

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

Thank Colin D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

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

Thank ItalyMar
Reviewed 31 October 2017

a free entrance for EU citizens, a very beautiful building in the gorgeous parque of Maria Luisa, nice exhibitions and we were able to enjoy a concert of old andalusian instruments and dance on Sunday, highly recommended

Thank R L
Reviewed 10 October 2017

We popped into this museum for a bit of shade while walking in the Maria Luisa Park. Entrance is free for EU citizens, so you've nothing to lose. The exhibits are mostly without translation into other languages but generally they are self-explanatory. There are tableaux...More

Thank phil_oldham
Reviewed 29 March 2017

My wife and I have visited this museum many times in the past and we decided to go back on this visit. There are always interesting things to see here and gives an idea of how people lived in the past and what they collected....More

1  Thank BennyMalaga
Reviewed 26 March 2017

Opposite the archeological museum this museum has a small but very interesting collection of lace. The work is amazingly intricate and well displayed. There is also an interesting section on rural life with a video in Spanish showing the work of shephards in the hills....More

Thank 333EW1
Reviewed 14 March 2017

Really nice and interesting museum. Good videos and wonderful display. Combine with archeologic museum

Thank Marie D
Reviewed 9 March 2017 via mobile

We went here after the archaeological museum and found it fascinating, as I do a lot of sewing it was amazing to see the intricacy of the lace designs. Worth a visit, if only for the lace.

Thank Gillian Y
Reviewed 14 February 2017

There was much more than lace and embroidery. The undercroft has been divided up into rooms and good videos on how the tools displayed were used. There were room settings through Seville's history too.

Thank Margaret G
Reviewed 17 December 2016

Located in a beautiful palace, this museum is a very reasonably priced place to visit. Perhaps they should charge more and upgrade it. The floor that was temporarily closed had been so for 11 years! The workshops are interesting especially if you have any idea...More

Thank solomon5
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