Flamenco Museum Seville – Museo del Baile Flamenco

Flamenco Museum Seville – Museo del Baile Flamenco

Guide and Ticket Information for the Flamenco Museum Seville

seville flamenco museum
flamenco museum seville

The Seville Flamenco Museum, or in Spanish Museo del Baile Flamenco, is a museum devoted to the art of flamenco dance.

The museum is interactive with multiple exhibitions highlighting the history and culture of Flamenco in the south of Spain. The museum is built on a historic location, an 18th century preserved building, and hosts regular Flamenco shows.

It’s one of Seville’s main tourist attractions and a great addition to any Seville itinerary.

Seville Flamenco Museum General Information


C. Manuel Rojas Marcos, 3, Casco Antiguo, 41004 Sevilla (Map)

Opening Times

Monday to Sunday: 11:00AM – 6PM
Last entry at 5:30PM
Note: Every first Monday of the month the museum does not open until 4PM

Entry and Tickets

Seville Flamenco Museum tickets start at €10 for adults, children and students €8 (Book Tickets Online).
Planning to catch a Flamenco show? Combine a visit to the museum with a for an additional discount! Starting from just €29 (Book Combination Ticket Online)

Seville Flamenco Museum Tickets

Buying Seville Flamenco Museum Tickets Only

– Tickets can be booked online and is recommended in advance (to avoid queuing) as the museum is relatively small and can get full quickly.
– Tickets start from €10 (Check Availability and Book Online).

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Booking Museum Tickets with a Show

– It is worth combining the museum entry with a Flamenco show for additional discounts. (Book Show + Museum)
– Flamenco shows are in the evening, with performances daily at 5PM, 7PM and 9PM.
– Evening shows usually last from 40 minutes to 1 hour.

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History of Seville Flamenco Museum

The museum was first opened in 2006 by the famous Spanish flamenco dancer, Cristina Hoyos, in an old 18th century traditional Spanish building – Casa de Palacio(Palace House).

The museum was set up with intention to ‘preserve and celebrate the profound cultural heritage of flamenco‘ with Cristina Hoyos still working as ‘artistic director’ having a strong influence on both the museum exhibitions and the nightly shows.

The museum is spread over 4 different floors, with much of the historic palace restored and preserved to add to the traditional atmosphere.

seville flamenco museum
seville flamenco museum

Visiting Seville Flamenco Museum

The Seville Flamenco museum is relatively small in size, but packed with plenty to see. I think it does a great job of combining educational context about Flamenco culture (with plenty of information points and interactive screens) with more artistic exhibitions.

I would set aside around an hour to fully visit the museum.

If you’e planning to also catch a show at the Museo del Baile Flamenco then I would recommend visiting the museum around 90 minutes before the show, allowing you to explore the museum, and have plenty of time to get good seats (they are first come, first serve).

The museum consists of 4 main sections to visit:


The patio section is where you will find the ‘main stage’ of the Flamenco museum. Here is where the live shows take place, in a beautiful and traditional Spanish courtyard. Just off this is the museum shop as well as a dance hall/studio where educational workshops and Flamenco lessons take place!

1st Floor

The first floor is the main area to discover the history and culture of Flamenco Dancing. Through the use of electronic touch screen monitors and beautifully restored displays you can learn about the influences, objects and costumes used in Flamenco dancing. There is even a giant screen to immerse yourself within an actual flamenco choreography!

2nd Floor

The second floor of the museum is dedicated to the temporary exhibitions that are offered throughout the year. Furthermore it houses a collection of paintings, drawings and sculptures that celebrate the art of Flamenco.


The basement is a fairly unique part of the museum, and really shows off historical part of the Palace building, with restored Roman stone walls and artefacts. It’s generally used more for events and gatherings, and large parts are often closed off from public viewing.

Flamenco Shows in the Seville Flamenco Museum

The Museo del Baile Flamenco also hosts regular Flamenco shows at the venue, allowing you to witness the traditional dance before or after your museum visit.

The official tickets for shows at Museo del Baile Flamenco include free access to the museum and allows you to get some context to the performances by understanding the history and culture behind it.

A lot of Seville Flamenco shows will provide no context and often just go into the performance straight away, making it sometimes confusing for tourists.

Booking a combination ticket that includes a flamenco show and entry to the museum is great value for money for tourists looking to get the ultimate Seville flamenco experience.

For our comprehensive guide to Flamenco shows in Seville, including the best venues and performances for 2024, visit our Flamenco Show guide.

Seville Flamenco Museum Location and How to Get There

The Seville Flamenco Museum’s location is just a few streets away from the Plaza Alfalfa in the city centre.

It is situated near too many of Seville’s major attractions, including being just a short walk from the Royal Alcazar and the Cathedral.

It is easy to locate via public transport with the Larana (Plaza de la Encarnacion) bus stop just 8 minutes away, accessible by catching the line 27 and 32 TUSSAM buses.

The nearest metro station to the museum is Puerta Jerez which is just a 12 minute walk to the venue.

You can also access the Flamenco museum by taking the tram. The central Plaza Nueva station is just 7 minutes walk away.

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