Museo De Bellas ArtesCurrently Closed
- Address: Plaza del Museo, 9, 41001 Seville, Spain
- Timings: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +34-955542931
- Ticket Price: 2 EUR
- Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
- Tags: Art Museums, Family And Kids, Exhibition
The Seville Museum of Fine Arts mostly contains exhibits from 17th century artists. One of the best exhibitions here is the Julio Romero des Torres, one of the best modern artists of Andalusia; his paintings are simultaneously idyllic and sensuous. Also to watch out for are the works by masters from the Classical Spanish School of Paintings. Charming staff, shay courtyards, good architecture, and a delightful gift shop make this a nice little stop. There’s a particularly famous painting: Death of the Maestro, that seems to affect everyone who looks at it. Going around the place is simple enough, its pretty small, despite it’s beauty. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Seville Itinerary 3 Days.
- Price: 1.50 Euro
- Free: European Union Citizens with corresponding proof; Students with International Student Card; Members of ICOM.
- Access to the museum is not permitted 15 minutes before closing time except in temporary exhibition.
- Public holidays: 9am – 3:00pm
- Plaza de Armas
- Nearby bus station: Monsalve (Miguel de Carvajal), El Silencio
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77.85% of people who visit Seville include Museo De Bellas Artes in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
35.53% of people start their Museo De Bellas Artes visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
2 Hrs 30 Minutes
People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Museo De Bellas Artes
83.22% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museo De Bellas Artes
A really beautiful art gallery set in an old convent. There is lots of medieval art, which was a little boring, but amazing art especially from the impressionist period. Very cheap, free for EU citizens, but only one or two euro for those outside. We saw the Murillo exhibition which is impressive.
An excellent palace with beautiful courtyards, and wonderful art all around. However, most of the art work doesn't seem placed in ideal height or distance which may make you think the work is distorted or very ugly (of course some styles were more grotesque than others). If you have an artsy friend, bring them along to helo you find the right angle or distance to view the works.
Located in a beautiful old convent, visiting this site just for the building itself is already very much worthwhile. The entrance is cheap, even free at some days. The beautiful square building has a nice garden to catch some fresh air inbetween the rooms. The paintings on display are very worthwile seeing also. Highly recommended!
No queues, free entry for EU citizens and a stunning setting (former Convent with beautiful courtyards). Impressive collection yet each painting has enough room to present itself. We preferred the ground floor (rooms 1 to 5). We recommend!
More like museum of depressing arts. Little bit disappointing, only very religious paintings. For those who like it maybe interesting. Inhabitants of Europe have free entry. Other people have to pay.