Museum of Fine Arts of Seville

It is important to know that this museum is considered as the most important museum in Spain, after the Prado Museum in Madrid.

It is situated in the old "Convento las Mercedarias Calzadas de la Asunción".

It was inagurated as a museum in 1841. It contains one of the world´s best collections of Spanish art with the Works of Murillo, Velázquez, Valdés Leal and all the representatives of the Seville baroque school.

There is a very important collection of the best school of paintings of local customs and contemporary life in 19th century Seville.

The Museum organises different temporary art exhibitions during the year.

Tuesday: 15 to20 h. Wednesday to Saturday: 9 to20 h. Sunday and Holidays: 9 to 14 h. Closed on Mondays.