Cristina Hoyos, one of the most recognized bailaoras and choreographers in history, founded this Museum as an artistic legacy of her career. It is located five minutes from the Cathedral and the Giralda, one of the most emblematic places in Seville, and in an 18th century building where the most traditional architecture is fused with an attractive contemporary design.It is a museum that invites you to immerse yourself in the magical world of flamenco. In its four floors, you can live the passion of the dancers and artists in the shows, discover the millenary history of flamenco art in the interactive exhibition, explore how contemporary artists capture the flamenco feel … and follow the evolution of flamenco from its beginnings to its recognition as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.Open every day of the year.Opening hours: 10:00 – 19:00 (last entry 18:15)
Visit: Museo del Baile Flamenco, Seville, Province of Seville, AndaluciaAre you ready to find out the origin of flamenco dancing? The Flamenco Dance Museum is located in the oldtown of Seville, five minutes on foot from the Cathedral and the Giralda, one of the most historic places in Seville, and it is hosted in an eighteenth century building completely renovated and equipped. This interactive museum was founded by Cristina Hoyos, one of the most famous dancers and choreographers in history. Immerse yourself in the magical world of flamenco through its styles: Alegría, Soleá, Seguiría, the Taranto, the Tangos, the Guajira ... Dresses from different epochs, interactive screens, exhibition of works of art ... the Flamenco Dance Museum offers a unique opportunity to know the most important cultural living entity in Andalusia.There is no better place to feel the passion and elegance of the best dancers of the world in all the pieces of the museum! You will be able to see every detail of their dresses and clothing while you learn the evolution of flamenco from a popular folk art to a cultural institution.Everything about flamenco dancing, in the heart of Seville!