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The brainchild of sevillana flamenco dancer Cristina Hoyos, this museum showcases the dance with interactive displays, paintings and photos of revered erstwhile (and contemporary) performers, and a display of period dresses. Even better are the fantastic nightly performances (at 5pm, 7pm and 8.45pm; €22) staged both in the courtyard and the more intimate basement space (€30 including one drink). Combined museum and flamenco show tickets (€26) are a good option.
Classes and workshops can be organised, and there's an interesting shop with unique books, CDs, DVDs and garments.