Though not as prominent as other museums around, this place is nevertheless quite a curiousity. Located in the Mary Luisa Park, the museum is a collection of odds and ends, from lace, ornaments, instruments, embroidery, furniture, wine, to knives and metalwork. There are enough articles and descriptions here to while away an afternoon.
- Currently the first floor of the museum is temporarily closed due to some renovation work.
- For group visits, advance booking is required.
- Entry for visitors: 1.50 EURO
- For EU citizens: Free enty
- Holidays: 9am - 3:30pm
- Monday (except holidays): Closed
- Duration of the tour: 1 hours 30 mins (approx.)
- Nearby bus station: Avenida La Borbolla (Felipe Ii)
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- Trattiria europa
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55.3% of people who visit Seville include Museo De Artes Y Costumbres in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
79.59% of people start their Museo De Artes Y Costumbres visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Museo De Artes Y Costumbres
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Not very much to see but the building is interesting and there are toilets on the lower ground level. Only that level was open on the day of my visit, I did not see any costumes.
Slow down in the embroidery and lace exhibit while it lasts. Move in close and study the details as close as you can get. This exquisite art. Contemplate how many tight stitches there are, yet the underlying cloth is not stretched or distorted in the slightest. What finesse! Exactly the right tension repeated by hand tens of thousands of times. They closer you look and think, the more you will appreciate the skill.
hugely interesting . wide ranging collection , something for everyone . I especially enjoy the small guitar workshop
Muy recomendable. Perfect introduction to the daily life of Andalusian people in last three centuries. EU citizens free entry.
Nice place. Beautiful building in wonderful surroundings. Museum itself a bit thin on content. And, frankly, not my cup of tea. Still worth a visit though. And free if you are an EU citizen...