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Museo del Baile Flamenco, Seville

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.1/5 based on 1,500+ reviews on the web
Museo del Baile Flamenco explores the origins and evolution of flamenco dancing, a pivotal part of Andalusian culture. Learn about some of its biggest names, including Cristina Hoyos, who set up the museum. The displays include an array of paintings, photography, and sculpture depicting flamenco. Be sure to visit the onsite shop, selling a wide variety of flamenco related souvenirs. Pick up a CD, DVD, or book on flamenco, some dancing shoes, or even a guitar. For an extra special gift, purchase something from the line of hand-made jewelry designed exclusively for the museum. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Museo del Baile Flamenco and many more Seville attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Seville tourist route planner.
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  • We saw a show and then went through the museum. The show had some excellent footwork and amazing guitar. The museum started with a video showing the different styles and then went through a hall with ...  read more »
  • We skipped the Museum itself and opted for the hour long Flamenco show in the evening. Buy your tickets in advance because there is high demand. There is a choice of a large, 100 plus room or the more...  read more »
  • If you're going to Seville and have a free hour, you see and enjoy the passion, good work, sensitivity and art. Art capitals...
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  • We took in the show at the museum in April 2016. It was amazing and well worth the effort to find the building located amidst the winding streets. The dancers, singer and guitar player were amazing and certainly gave us a great taste of flamenco. Well worth the ticket! Sue (Ottawa, Canada).
  • Very nice. It is 18 Euros a ticket but it is totally worth every cent. The show is so mesmerizising that you would lose the track of time. The performers are very energetic and perform from with great passion. Besides its a small show, so only 20-25 audience. You could watch the performance from very close.
  • The best artistic show I have ever seen. The guitarist was perfect, the dancers (male and female) were excellent, some conservation about the singer, but it might be me not used so much to the flamenco singing. I wish I had their names. I've read somewhere that the team changes in every show, and there is a different presentation every time. The show lasted 60' and I could watch easily 60' more. My family things the same. They also offered a drink before the show. We also visited the museum, small (30' are enough) but interesting if you like music and dance. We had great fun with the wooden compas trainer, and the interactive screens about the different dances-rhythms are excellent if you are a music or dance scholar. The 'cave' is well done as well. I'll visit it again next time in beautiful Seville.
  • Thoughtfully presented and visually engaging displays with additional detailed information for those who want it. Great evening shows.
  • Small "theatre" for Flamenco performance founded by Cristina Hoyos. Every performance is accompanied by live music from a guitarist and a singer. The energy exuded by the male and female performers are electrifying. Highly recommended.
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