Visit to the Flamenco Dance Museum
Discover the Museum of Flamenco Dance, conceived by Cristina Hoyos, the most awarded bailaora and choreographer in history
The Flamenco Dance Museum is located in an 18th century building on the ruins of a Roman temple, where Roman and pre-Roman stones in its vault embellish one of the most authentic settings in Seville, right in the historic center: the Barrio de Santa Cruz , old Sevillian Jewish quarter.
Tradition meets the avant-garde in the interactive rooms where flamenco styles are discovered, its evolution from its roots to the present, the mythical costumes of the most important dancers, unique pieces of flamenco, all through the highest technology, in the languages: Spanish, English, French, German, Chinese and Japanese.
You cannot miss in Room 5 of the museum an immense semicircular screen that immerses visitors in a choreography.
On the second floor you can enjoy temporary exhibitions, both of painting and other artistic disciplines, by artists from all over the world: Spain, France, the US, Germany, Poland, Israel, Korea and China, among others.
Visits to the museum can be made every day, at any time, from 11:00 to 18:00 (last entrance at 18:00). *Attention, on the first Monday of the month the museum will open its doors at 16:00.
Flamenco dancing like you've never seen it before, in the heart of Seville!
Tip: Our store is part of the museum and surprises visitors with products from 100% Andalusian artists and artisans.