The history of the Sevillian horse carriage

The Museum of Carriages in Seville is located in the old Convent of Los Remedios, in the Sevillian district of the same name. It is divided into four thematic units. At the entrance the visitors will be able to find three wagons in the fieldwork. In the third room, the space is occupied by sports and hunting carriages, as well as a collection of harnesses and spears to hook up the carriages, while the fourth room deals with the hitch and the horse.

Among the valuable carriages that can be seen, the luxury saloon of the Sagrario Brotherhood, formerly located in the stables of the Royal Alcazars, stands out for its age and value. The Museum also has educational contents through audiovisuals, which tell the story and different aspects of the carriages. It is also the venue of the Real Club de Enganches de Andalucía. Inside you can see a selection of all types of horse-drawn carriages from the Spider to the Tilbury.

The old convent of ¨Los Remedios¨, makes the visit even more pleasant.


Opening hours

Monday - Friday: 9:00 am- 14.00 pm.
Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.
Closed in August.


General admission: 3.60€
Reduced ticket: 2.40€ (students, pensioners and groups)


954 27 26 04


Plaza de Cuba s/n