Famous Museums in Seville

The museums in Seville give the very essence of its citizens and rich culture. If you are looking for something deeper and more meaningful, head to the museums in city. Explore the cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical side of Seville with these museums.
We have curated a variety of the best and free museums in city, besides the usual arts or historical ones. Explore and engage yourself with the wonders of science at the museum of science in Seville. Get fascinated by the exceptional stories of heroes at war museums or memorials. You can go wow with your kids at the Natural history museums or enjoy some time at children's museums in Seville.
Check out this list for an entertaining and enlightening trip to the museums in Seville.

Let's explore the finest collection of museums in Seville:

  1. Museo Del Baile Flamenco

    4.4 (1374 Votes)
    Museo Del Baile Flamenco

    Museum, Performance

    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 talent...Read more
  2. Museo De Bellas Artes

    4.6 (4238 Votes)
    Museo De Bellas Artes

    Art Museum, 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 architec...Read more
  3. Metropol Parasol

    4.3 (538 Votes)
    Metropol Parasol

    Museum, Entertainment

    There are so many great highlights here that visitors might think this place was a tourist trap. It’s anything but. Soaring above La Encarnacion square is what might the world’s largest wooden structure, a huge canopy of six mushroom shaped honeycombed latticeworks. There are four levels to the structure, from Level 0 to Level 3. A stylish restaurant and dreamlike viewpoint walkways...Read more
  4. Torre Del Oro

    4.4 (4430 Votes)
    Torre Del Oro

    Museum, Watch Tower, View Point

    Now a naval museum, this 12-sided 13th century construct was once a military watchtower. It was important in controlling accesss to the city’s ports by raising strategic chains across the water. The view from the top is always worth a climb and there are some pretty god replicas of ancient ships inside, as well as some ancient scuba divng gear. The name is a bit misleading though. There n...Read more
  5. Centro De Interpretacion Juderia De Sevilla


    Many centuries before the Holocaust this city witnessed a massacre of Jewish people that was equally terrible even if at a smaller scale. Back in the 12th and 13th centuries the Santa Cruz quarter of the city was this city’s Jewish neighborhood. Bankers, lawyers, doctors, bakers, scientists and priests - these all lived here. But then came the infamous Spanish Inquisition. Under the Catho...Read more
  6. Museo Arqueologico De Sevilla


    Though the Pabellón del Renacimiento, the pavillion upon which this museum is hosted, was built in 1929, the collections of this museum were not moved to here until 1942. They were transferred over from the Museum of Fine Arts. The archaeological artifacts in this Museum cover history from the early paleolithic period to the Middle Ages. Highlights of this collection include the shrine t...Read more
  7. Museo De Artes Y Costumbres

    4.3 (3006 Votes)
    Museo De Artes Y Costumbres

    Museum, Arts And Crafts

    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.
  8. Museo Taurino

    4.3 (3818 Votes)
    Museo Taurino

    Monument, Specialty Museum

    This is not just the museum of bullfighting in Seville, but also the arena in which the bullfights have been held since 1761. The grand baroque building is one the most recognisable monuments of Seville. Owned and managed by the Royal Cavalry of Seville the museum was opened in 1989, and comprises of four room, each of which are dedicated to: The Royal Cavalry 19th century Paintings of bullfig...Read more
  9. Museo Del Castillo De San Jorge


    The first fortress in this location, on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, was probably created by the Visigoths. But today the Castle of st. George, which doesn't exist anymore except for the museum in the old basement, is famous as the headquarters and prison of the local Spanish Inquisition. It was only in the 19th century that the castle was torn down and replaced by a food market, the Me...Read more
  10. Museum Of Military History

    Military Museum

    The collections in this Museum of Military history are rather extensive. There are over 12 rooms filled with artifacts, documents, examples of moldings used to make artillery weapons, uniforms, examples of military maps, instruments used to catalogue and measure, dioramas, exhibits on life during and after the Spanish Civil War, artifacts related to the history of artillery, a collection of inf...Read more
  11. La Casa De La Ciencia - Science Museum

    Science Museum, Exhibition , Specialty Museum

    Housed inside the Incan architectural style Peruvian Pavilion built for the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition, Seville’s science museum is a kiddie science wonderland. It is managed to by the Spanish National research Council. The main permanent exhibitions focus on marine life and the geological transformations of Earth. Another popular permanent installation is the planetarium. The museum ...Read more
  12. Centro Ceramica Triana

    4.2 (3 Votes)
    Centro Ceramica Triana

    Art Museum, Museum, Exhibition , Specialty Museum

    The creation of this tourist attraction was apparently a major project by the local tourism board. The neighborhood of Triana used to be a major ceramic producing area. This museum seeks to rekindle interest in that history by developing archaeological, anthropological and architectural exhibits. In other words the museum cleverly relates the development of the ceramic industry here to the deve...Read more
  13. Casa De Los Pinelo

    Museum, Architecture , Specialty Museum, Sculpture

    This Andalusian house museum is much appreciated for the manner in which it blends Spanish mudejar and Italian Renaissance architecture. The complex is an intriguing and pleasing combination of courtyards, buildings and gardens. Note the irregularly shaped arches, the coffered ceiling and the collection of paintings and sculptures. It’s not just here to be displayed though - the building ...Read more
  14. Museo Mudejar

    4.4 (2 Votes)
    Museo Mudejar

    Art Museum, Exhibition

    The Mudejar artistic movement is a very Hispanic heritage. It is a melding of the Gothic and Moorish architectural styles. Seville as some of the best architectural examples of the style in the country. But this museum focuses on other expressions of Mudejar art. To this end this museum exhibits a total of 111 pieces of decorative, fine art and archaeological items sourced from other institutio...Read more