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Museo del Baile Flamenco, Seville
(4.1/5 based on 1,600+ 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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  • This is a wonderful little museum, full of nicely curated exhibits and helpful video projections. Highly recommended! 
  • Our guide to The Magic of Seville she booked four seats in this place they call "tablao" where every evening dance and sing flamenco. Although the audience was quite touristed, the show was the best I've seen in many years. The artists are delivered to the public with generosity and it showed that they enjoyed their work. Dragging the dancer (who was of Cadiz) and the cantaor (singer) who was in Malaga. An authentic Andalusian artist group all! The guitarist has maybe let him go to his ruminations while solo, but the rest of the show was phenomenal. They played 5 or 6 different styles from more cheerful than tragic and gave us a rundown of Andalusian culture and feelings. I recommend it highly. You can't go to Seville and skip the flamenco. Suggest you reserve seats by the Guide: the night we were there there was not even an empty chair.
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  • We were advised to arrive early and were so glad we did finding seats on the front row which gave us a wonderful view of the intricate footwork of the dancers. Accompanied by an amazing flamenco singe...  more »
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  • Great performance. Seemed authentic and artistic enough. Not like the flamenco in real life, but a definite must see for tourists. Good price as well.
  • This is one of the best things I experienced in Seville. You must go. Make time.
  • 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).
  • Enjoyed every second of the show, I got only the show ticket for student so it was 14 €, and it was well worth them. Energetic dancing, amazing music, and the performers were really cool, the male dancer had some funny moments. I wish I could have taken just a short video to tease my family with, but they only allow photos.
  • We watched a Flamenco show here and it was probably the highlight of the trip. It was amazing!