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Museo del Baile Flamenco

Museo del Baile Flamenco

4.5 (4227 reviews)
4.5 (4227 reviews)
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Calle Manuel Rojas Marcos, 3, 41004 Seville (Seville) - Spain | View map
Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su
17:00 | 19:00 | 20:45
60 min
100 people
6 performers
6 performers
Venue: accessible | Bathrooms: accessible
Venue: accessible | Bathrooms: accessible

About the Show

The Museo del Baile Flamenco (Museum of Flamenco Dance) in Seville is an impressive venue for some of Seville’s best flamenco. Located in the Santa Cruz quarter and just a few steps from the Plaza Alfalfa, the museum offers daily flamenco performances with the "Patio Flamenco" show. The central patio of the museum has been specially designed to stage performances for a small number of spectators. Under the direction of Cristina Hoyos, the museum shows of course attract some of the best talent in Seville and Spain.

Equally impressive is the Flamenco Museum itself, perhaps one of the most technologically advanced museums in Spain. Interactive exhibits show the origins and evolution of flamenco, covering the various styles of music and dance. Music, video and costume displays are some of the best in any museum. The Museum also offers a wide variety of exhibits and workshops such as flamenco focused exhibits that include paintings, drawings and photography. Dance and percussion classes are a sampling of the possible workshops offered in the museum. It is also possible to arrange a wide variety of private shows and functions for groups. Highly recommend is a visit to the museum followed by the flamenco performance.

The museum has become a place of reference for good flamenco in Seville. After a brief introduction the one hour "Patio Flamenco" show demonstrates the museum's dedication to bringing its visitors an authentic and unique flamenco show. The performance is held in the patio of the historic building with a cast of artists that changes every day. One day the show may feature Alegrias, another may be a solemn Seguiriya, Solea por Bulerías, a tragic Taranto, emotional Tangos or another style of flamenco.

Visits to the museum can be made at any time of the day from the time stipulated on your ticket, always from 11:00 to 18:00 (Last entry at 18:00), except on the first Monday of each month when the museum will open at 16:00.

The Museo del Baile Flamenco´s VIP show, "Museo Flamenco Premium", takes place under the historic vaulted arch with roman architecture. For more information and reservations you can consult the following page:


Flamenco is the quintessential spanish art, dance and a big part of Andalusian cultures. What a Rhythm! They know how they make us feel excited. If you are traveling to Andalusian region, you shouldn’t miss out on this!
I went to the Flamenco Dance Museum this evening 💃 followed by their 19:00 Flamenco performance 💃 and it was one of my favorite things I did in Seville. Met a fellow solo traveler from the Netherlands as well 🇳🇱 which was cool 🤙 I highly, highly, highly recommend coming here if you're in Seville, both to the museum and going to one of their performances 💃 This place is genuinely special 👌
You can buy a combined ticket for the museum and for the show. The show was truly great - live music and live singing together with amazing flamenco dancers! The museum is about the history and different styles of flamenco dance. If you are not too much into history, I really recommend the show - it was amazing, normally the shows are sold out quickly so better book couple of days in advance
We bought joint tickets for museum and the show. If doing again I would only do the show, as found it spectacular whereas the museum was less my learning style. The museum is five rooms, four of which are TV and one has costumes. There are no signs, and though great for those liking to learn by video we didn’t come away any more knowledgeable about flamenco than when we went in, though in fairness we only spent about 10 minutes as I am more reading than video oriented. Also note if you go when another show is underway it can be pretty loud in some parts of the museum. The show was phenomenal. It included three dancers, a guitarist, and two singers - and all were spectacular performers for the 55 minute show. We felt the older audience perhaps didn't appreciate it as much, but the footwork, musicality, and performances were great. If you care about which seats you get for the flamenco show (as first come first serve) I would recommend getting to the show 30-45 minutes early as our 19;00 Sunday show had the doors open 45 minute before (when we arrived as already at the museum), 30 minutes before starting about 20 seats were marked as reserved and 20-30 others now seated (not quite half full). Almost all seats were taken by 15-20 minutes before starting, and a full house by 10 minutes before. We found the best seats to be in the front row corner(or perhaps on the sides) as you can see everything and the footwork without needing to move your neck back and forth (as would if in the centre). They had a bar if wanting to arrive early and have a drink. It was o wine and decent sangria at a reasonable price. Toilets are clean. There is also a gift shop with a few interesting souvenirs available.
Watched the show on Monday 25 September. It was very professional, captivating, and very enjoyable. We went to see another show two days later in another place (memory house) and it wasn't even close to the magnificent performance of the Dance Museum. The trick is that the shows and performers may differ from day to day, but I believe that the Flamenco Dance Museum should maintain overall high standards, and I therefore definitely recommend seeing the show here.
I booked this show because I saw it online as one of the top things to do in Seville. My expectations were not high enough for the amazing show we witnessed. I cannot recommend this show enough. It was lovely to get to learn about the Spanish culture through Maria, Rocio, Ramon, the singers and the guitarist.
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The tickets will not be sent by post. The confirmation email will serve as your tickets and the reservation will be held under your name at the venue. You can either print the confirmation email or present a copy of the email on a Smartphone or tablet. If you are not able to print or present a copy of the email on a Smartphone or tablet, please send us an email directly after finalizing the purchase and we will arrange entry presenting photo identification (Passport, driver's license or other national identity card).

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