Seville Museum of Fine Arts, Seville

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Housed in an ornate former convent dating back to 1594, Seville Museum of Fine Arts features works by mostly Spanish artists from the medieval period until the early 20th century. A collection of paintings from the Golden Age of Sevillian painting, which dates to the 17th century and includes pieces by Zurbarán, Murillo, and Leal, serves as the highlight. The works are arranged chronologically throughout the museum, helping you see the development of Spanish painting over a handful of centuries. If you’re traveling with children, ask ahead of time about family programs. Put Seville Museum of Fine Arts at the forefront of your travel plans using our Seville family vacation planner.
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  • Admission for EU citizens and ISIC holders is free. Otherwise, admission was 1.5 euros. The collection is quite large and there is information available in English. The architecture of the building it...  more »
  • very good Museum with works by Spanish artists and the very good region. The building is a marvel, and is in excellent condition. Very good the tour.
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  • An unusual artistic experience is to appreciate the paintings by Murillo and Zurbaran in the Chapel to which were conceived, part of the convent where operates the Museum. The entrance is very accessible and of tomorrow the place is very quiet. The plaza that it surrounds summons artists local that offer memories of the city that not is will find in the typical shops of gifts.
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  • This is one of the best art museums in Spain. While the collections are not as fast as some of the larger national museums around the country this museum truly has some spectacular pieces.
  • Beautiful Zubarans and Velazquez housed in an old monastery. The chapel section is gorgeous.
  • Good if you like religious art. One of the rooms was architecturally very interesting.
  • I'm sure the museum is fantastic, but I didn't get to see the inside because the opening hours are incorrect on Google. During summer the museum closes at 3.30pm!
  • The paintings are awesome. But too many paintings with religion themes. ..also the devil is captured under the form of dogs or clowns. It's an interesting perspective. I didn't expect to see this specific theme all over...