Costurero de la Reina (The Sewing Box of the Queen)
The „Costurero de la Reina” is a beautiful building in the form of a small castle with round turrets, crowned by small pinnacles. The construction is in the immediate vicinity of Maria Luisa Park.
This unique construction of two-tone bricks with bright and reddish-ocher stripes typical of Seville was built in the 19th century by Antonio de Orleans, Duke of Montpensier. The architect of the construction is Juan Talavera y de la Vega.
The "Costurero de la Reina" is the first neo-Mudejar-style building in Seville. The Arabic style is evident from the large windows.
One of the most famous legends around the Costurero says that Queen María de las Mercedes spent many hours in the rooms of this building because of her illness, sewing in the sun accompanied by her visiting court ladies, and that King Alfonso XII after the government business they visited on horseback from the Alcázar coming. However, this story cannot be right, because the building was built in 1893 and the queen died in 1878.
Location: Paseo de las Delicias, 11,41012, Sevilla
The Queen's Sewing Box is a small building with two floors. It also has a small, pretty garden welcoming visitors to the venue, and providing access to the building.
This space is highly recommendable for product and service launches, as well as for corporate annual general meetings and other gatherings. The size of this building is suitable for small events, endowing them with exclusiveness and intimacy.
The maximum capacity of the venue is 20 people on the first floor and 80 people outdoors. There is public parking near the premises, which are accessible for people with disabilities.
The audiovisual and lighting resources available at the site are the following:
|This venue has furniture available that can be used for different types of layouts.||The venue has wireless internet connection.||Accessible for people with disabilities.||There are several public car parks nearby.||Lines C1-34|
|Room name||Banquet||Cocktail Reception||School||Theatre|
|The Queen's Sewing Box||-||80||15||20|