El Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla se crea por Real Orden de 16 de septiembre de 1835 como "Museo de Pinturas". En 1839 se escoge, de entre varios edificios conventuales desamortizados, el de la Merced, la actual sede, inaugurándose oficialmente en 1841. Hoy es considerada una de las pinacotecas más importantes de España. Se ubica en la plaza del Museo, que está presidida por una escultura dedicada a Bartolomé Esteban Murillo. Es un museo fundamental para conocer tanto la pintura barroca sevillana, especialmente de Zurbarán, Murillo y Valdés Leal, como la pintura andaluza del siglo XIX.
|Martes||9:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Miércoles||9:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Jueves||9:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Viernes||9:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Sábado||9:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Domingo||9:00 AM – 3:00 PM|
Marco Gemignani | feb. 28, 2018
Excellent art exhibits and beautiful historical structure. The local art market is excellent. Remember to bargain on the asking price!
Kaylan Barge | ene. 24, 2018
Free entry for EU citizens and €1.50 for internationals. No photography allowed inside. The museum shows the works of Murillo during the 1600s. There is a free drinking water fountain outside and seating around the statute of Murillo. Wheel chair access is offered through the museum. Free toilets and lockers are also available. A lovely building and museum. It takes around 30mins to an hour to walk around the exhibition. English translations next to all of the works. Would highly recommend.
Kathy L | feb. 1, 2018
Only 1.5 Euros for hours of art, 100% recommend! Don't forget to visit upstairs, it's easy to miss. Note that you have to keep any bags in a free locker. Cameras are allowed inside but most of the gallery doesn't allow photos I think.
Marcus Schürstedt | dic. 31, 2017
Over if the really nice places I visited. Nice paintings. The building itself is just amazing. Not so crowded. Love it
Gerardo Roca | nov. 23, 2017
Very nice museum. Some great pieces. Its not a Must See, but its worth the time if you have it. The area its situated is nice for a walk too. I think it is free for europeans and cheap for everyone else... not sure though
Phillip Spencer | mar. 30, 2018
Very nice 17th century building with some shady courtyards. Ground floor dominated by heavy religious art though so while there are fine quality paintings if you are into that type of art, for me this was depressing and missable.
Diana L | abr. 4, 2018
Beautiful monastry now a museum. Luckily run into Murillo exhibition. $1.5 entry fee is a steal.
Calum Robertson | abr. 30, 2018
Fantastic place to visit. We do not consider ourselves particularly arty but found this enjoyable and educational. Also, if you are from the EU, admission is free.
Clayton Kimball | may. 1, 2018
Beautiful building and nice art. Well worth 1.50 euros. Free locker bag check at the entrance.
Irina Rempt | abr. 18, 2018
Nice museum, very quiet on a Tuesday except for some school parties. Free for EU citizens, otherwise very cheap anyway (1,50 euro in 2018)
James Tonner | abr. 29, 2018
Lovely installation plus local artists exhibit outside in the plaza on Sundays. Very interesting
Randeep Singh | abr. 11, 2018
Beautiful museum with beautiful art. Really Quiet. Worth a visit when you are in Seville.
Lokesh Murugesan | jun. 6, 2018
Surprisingly good museum. Quite underrated as it sits quietly on a corner of the old town. Friendly staff. Entry is around 2 euros but sometimes they waive that off too. There are two floors with a good collection of art from the 16th century onwards mostly (although you can find stuff from earlier periods) I was pleasantly surprised by the variety of the collection present.
Christian Muller | jun. 5, 2018
Free for EU citizens, €1.50 for everyone else. Enjoyable for 45 minutes to 1 hour. Becomes tiring after that. Gorgeous, well-maintained building that houses a somewhat mediocre collection, with some stand out pieces and a large emphasis on Sevillan and Spanish artists. Much of the works here are Christian religious pieces, which when juxtaposed with one another in the smaller gallery rooms become rather monotonous and boring as you'll come across slightly varied depictions of St. Francis or the Virgin Mary multiple times in the same room. To some, it may detract from the experiencing of each piece when you can see another depiction of perhaps the same scene in your peripheral vision; inviting comparison rather than individual appreciation.
Charlotte Walker | may. 24, 2018
Great collection of artwork, most of it by well known artists, you don't have to pay much to enter and you get good attention from the staff.
Christer Erlandsson | jun. 4, 2018
After "El Prado" in Madrid, this museum - from the beginning a monastery - is considered the second most important art museum in Spain today. Normally open 7 days a week, but closes early in the afternoon on Sundays. Free entrance for citizens of the EU but please don't take offence if the receptionist asks for a national ID or passport. Bags or backpacks are not allowed in the museum. If interested in classical art, you will not be disappointed!
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