Museo Del Baile Flamenco, Seville

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Museo Del Baile Flamenco, Seville - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: C/ Manuel Rojas Marcos, 3, 41004 Sevilla, Spain

Phone: +34-954340311

Ticket Price: 24 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm Details

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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.

Museo Del Baile Flamenco Information

  • No smoking allowed.
  • You can book private events, including for group visits.

Museo Del Baile Flamenco Ticket Prices

  • Show: 20 Euros
  • Museum: 10 Euros

Show + Museum:

  • Adults: 24 Euros
  • Students, Seniors: 65+: EUR 18
  • Kids 6-12: EUR 15

Museo Del Baile Flamenco Opening and Closing Hours

  • Shows last about an hour.
  • Shows are from 5pm-7pm and 8:45pm-10:45pm.
  • Museum: 10am-7pm

How To reach Museo Del Baile Flamenco by Public Transport

  • 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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  • I recommend visiting this museum... informative and visually interesting. It elevated my appreciation for the dance and enhanced my experience seeing a flamenco show. I agree with previous posts - the nets and/or art over the screens of the videos is annoying and impacts your ability to fully appreciate what you’re watching. We browsed the gift shop also - nice to see some art and other items beyond the souvenirs you see all over the streets.

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  • I am not really into dance, did this to please the wife. The show lasts an hour and was a real spectacle, much better than what you see performed in the streets. Visit the museum first to get an understanding of what is going on. If you sit in the front row be prepared for a closer look at things than you expected.

  • Excellent energy. Very very good performance. Get the VIP tickets for the cosy experience getting up close and personal with the dancers. They were literally 30cm away when seated at the front row. Arrive half an hour earlier so that you can get front row seats.

  • They were so busy presenting videos in an "arty" manner most of the videos were mostly incomprehensible. In one room they hung fancy nets in front of the screens and all the videos were talking at once. It is mostly videos except for some mediocre photos of famous? dancers and a nice room with some costumes displayed. Not worth 8 euros.

  • In the performance we saw the dancing was good, but when the female and male danced together they did not seem to have the chemistry. Also the singers were average, but the guitarist Inglesias was good. Although we were in the front row it would have been fair to all if the venue had tiered seating. Unfortunately photos were not allowed.

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