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.
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.
Free of charge for accredited EU citizens, students with international driving license.
955 54 29 51
Plaza América s/n