Museum of Fine Arts of Seville
The Museum of Fine Arts is located in the old Convent of La Merced, which was built in 1839 by Juan de Oviedo. The building has around three patios. This museum hosts one of the most important collections in Spain from the 15th to the 20th century that includes works of Ribera, Valds, Murillo, Zurbarn, El Greco, among others. The museum of Fine Arts has art studios for temporary exhibitions, a research center for restoration, bookstores, a conference hall, libraries, photographs, café and archives.
- Address: Plaza del Museo, 9.
- Opening hours: Tuesdays 15.00-20.00, Wednesday-Saturday 9.00-20.00, Sundays 9.00-14.00.
- Phone: 954 220 790
The Archaeological Museum is located in the Plaza de America in a neo-renaissance building made as the Fine Arts Pavillion, for the Iberoamerican Exposition in 1929. There is an interesting collection of Roman, Christian, Visigoth and Moorish artifacts. One of the highlights is the Carambol-Treasure that belonged to the old tribe Tartessos in 650 B.C.
- Address: Plaza de America, s/n.
- Opening hours: From Tuesdays to Sunday 9:00 to 20:00.
- Phone: 954 232 401.
Museum of Popular Art and Customs
This beautiful and ethnological museum is also located Maria Luisa Park in a typical Iberian building from 1929, and hosts interesting objects from Andalucía, dating back from 17th to the 20th centuries.
- Address: Plaza de América, s/n.
- Opening hours: From Tuesdays to Sundays 9:00-14:30.
- Phone: 954 232 576
The Cathedral museum is situated in the famous Cathedral of Sevilla. There are magnificent sculptures, religious paintings, gold works, antique furniture and manuscripts by artists such as Murillo, Luis de Vargas, Goya and Pedro de Campana.
- Address: Plaza de la Virgen de los Reyes, s/n.
- Opening hours: From Monday to Saturday 10:00-17:00, Sundays 10:00-13:00.
- Phone: 954 214 971
Museum of Contemporary Arts
You can find sculptures, paintings, tapestry, pottery, works of art, and drawing of Spanish artists from the 20th century such as Caballero, Bacarisas, Mateos, Coritjo, Gerrero, Barbadillo, Gordillo and Mateos in the Museum of Contemporary Arts.
- Address: Santo Tomás, 5.
- Opening hours: From Tuesday to Friday 10:00-21:00, and from Saturday to Sunday 10:00-14:00.
- Phone: 954 125 830
The Bullfighting Museum was built in 1989, and it contains photos, trophies, bullfighters and other objects of the world of bullfighting, as well as general information about its origins and history; there is also a part dedicated to legendary figures of bullfighting.
- Address: Paseo de Cristóbal Colon, 2. (La Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevila).
- Opening hours: From Monday to Friday 10:00-13:30 and 16:00-17:30 Saturday 10:00-13:30.
- Phone: 954 224 577
Naval Museum - "The Golden Tower"
This Museum is located in the Torre de Oro (The golden Tower) that was built in 1222, near the Guadalquivir River. There is a collection of antiques and maps related to naval history of Seville.
- Address: Paseo de Cristóbal Colon, s/n.
- Opening hours: From Tuesday to Friday 10:00-14:00, and from Saturday to Sunday 11:00-14.00.
- Phone: 954 222 419
The Cartuja Museum is located in a building from 16th century, and displays an interesting collection of old horse carriages.
- Address: Virgen de la Consolación, 4.
- Opening hours: From Monday to Friday 10.00-14.00 and 17.00-21.00.
- Phone: 954 272 604