Museo De Bellas Artes De Sevilla, Seville

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Housed in an ornate former convent dating back to 1594, Museo De Bellas Artes De Sevilla features works by mostly Spanish artists from the medieval period until the early 20th century. A collection of paintings from the Golden Age of Sevillian painting, which dates to the 17th century and includes pieces by Zurbarán, Murillo, and Leal, serves as the highlight. The works are arranged chronologically throughout the museum, helping you see the development of Spanish painting over a handful of centuries. If you’re traveling with children, ask ahead of time about family programs. Arrange your visit to Museo De Bellas Artes De Sevilla and discover more family-friendly attractions in Seville using our Seville trip planner.
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  • This used to be a convent and is now a marveloous museum full of works of art by Spanish artists. The museum is beautifully kept and organized making it easy to follow and enjoy. 
    This used to be a convent and is now a marveloous museum full of works of art by Spanish artists. The museum is beautifully kept and organized making it easy to follow and enjoy.  more »
  • My wife says this was one of the highlights of our visit to Seville. I also enjoyed viewing the display of works by local artists in the gardens outside 
    My wife says this was one of the highlights of our visit to Seville. I also enjoyed viewing the display of works by local artists in the gardens outside  more »
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  • Beautiful museum in the center of Sevilla! The ticket price is only 1 euro and is definitely worth it to see all the amazing Spanish art pieces. The upstairs floor has a large collection of sculptures and more paintings, so definitely check that out. Aside from the art, there are many courtyards where you can sit down and enjoy the fresh air.
  • This is a great museum with lovely courtyards and spectacular medieval religious pieces housed in a former convent. It is spacious and not crowded. There were no lines and it was easy to get to by bus or walking from central Seville.

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