The Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions in Seville is a must with over 84,000 visitors checking it out yearly. Some of the items in the museum date back to its original collection, particularly the Aguiar collection of costumbrista paintings, the Soria collection of Oriental porcelain and ivory and pieces from the Orleans and Gestoso collections.
In addition, ceramics, woodcraft (some dating back to the Middle Ages), and antique bullfight posters can also be found inside the museum.
First established in 1972, the museum is located in the Maria Luisa Park, across from the Plaza de America. Keep your cameras at home though, as the museum doesn’t allow photography inside. For more information on opening hours and admission, check out www.juntadeandalucia.es or call 954 712 391.