One of the most diverse collections of Andalusian Popular Ceramics in Europe

Traditional Customs of Seville is located in the María Luisa Park, in the Plaza de América. It occupies the Mudejar Pavilion, a building built in 1914 by the architect Aníbal González. on the occasion of the Ibero-American Exhibition in Seville (1929). It includes a space of 5496 m² for permanent exhibitions and services. In the Mudejar style, it is built in exposed brick with ceramic applications full of designs and fantasy.
During the Ibero-American Exhibition it was known as the "Pavilion of Ancient Art". Reforms were carried out in 1972. Its functions as a museum have been carried out since March 4, 1973, when it opened its doors to the public. The First Floor and the Semi- basement Floor are equipped as a museum. It is also equipped with an Audiovisual Room, a Conference Room. The collection of Andalusian Traditional Ceramics in the museum is one of the most complex in Europe, as the one in the Hamburg Museum.


Opening hours

From 1/1 to 15/06 and from 16/09 to 31/12:
Tuesday- Saturday: 9:00- 19:30h.
Sundays, public holidays and Mondays before public holidays: 9:00 am- 3:30 pm.
Closed on public holidays: 1/1, 6/1, 1/5, 24, 25 and 31/12.
From 16/06 to 15/09:
Tuesday, Sunday and public holidays: 9:00 h - 15:30 h.


1,50 €.
Free of charge for accredited EU citizens, students with international driving license.


955 54 29 51


Plaza América s/n