This place from change what you would normally expect from a museum by being not just an exploration and a record of its subject, but also its showcase. The sleek exhibits at the museum go through the origin and evolution of flamenco; there are collections of drawings and photography; workshops in dance and percussion are held regularly. Some of Seville's and Spain’s best flamenco talents regularly perform here every day. The intimately set dances are held on the museum patio, a perfect way to end your visit. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Seville Itinerary 3 Days.
- No smoking allowed.
- You can book private events, including for group visits.
- Show: 20 Euros
- Museum: 10 Euros
Show + Museum:
- Adults: 24 Euros
- Students, Seniors: 65+: EUR 18
- Kids 6-12: EUR 15
- Shows last about an hour.
- Shows are from 5pm-7pm and 8:45pm-10:45pm.
- Museum: 10am-7pm
- Bus C5 stop Jesus de Las Tres Caidas (Alfalfa).
- Tram T1 stop Plaza Nueva.
- Buses 01, 21, A1, A3, A8, C3 stop Menendez Pelayo (Puerta Carmona).
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25.09% of people who visit Seville include Museo Del Baile Flamenco in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
44.75% of people start their Museo Del Baile Flamenco visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Museo Del Baile Flamenco
72.14% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museo Del Baile Flamenco
One of the best place all over Spain to watch Flamenco Dance. It is highly-expressive, Spanish Dance form. It is solo dance characterized by hand clapping, percussive footwork, and intricate hand, arm, and body movements. Within 2 hours they perform all combination of dance including couple one. You can't miss this!!! Must visit place!
Not particularly cheap but a great insight into what flamenco means to the region’s culture and very in-depth explanations into the dance itself. Multiple language options for all exhibits. Very few staff throughout the museum and it’s a self guided tour that if you don’t rush through probably took around an hour. The VIP flamenco show, with 2 singers, 1 guitarist and 3 dancers (1 male, 2 female), was astounding and even though we’d been to a great flamenco show the night before, this was most definitely worth seeing!
The museum I think it's not that explicit. It was hard to go into the interactive information as it was always busy and it is only for one person at a time. I can't imagine if the museum is busy you will not be able to read or listen to the information. But, the flamenco show at night was amazing. 3 dancers and 3 musicians who did a traditional dance and it was organised.
My boyfriend made me go. He wanted to see flamenco guitar, but there was so much more. The first room of the interactive museum is scented, to make the explanation of flamencos exotic origins really come to life. But the evening show is the real attraction, and is worth every euro. Flamenco in Seville is a bucket list must!
Went to the intimate show (40 people) for a 1 hour show for 30 euros with a free drink (v generous glass of nice red wine or cava). The acoustics in the cellar are amazing and the quality and energy of the musicians and dancers was incredible. We were sceptical about the authenticity of the show with it being in a museum but were blown away. This was recommended as the best and most authentic flamenco show in Seville by our B&B host.