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Museo De Bellas Artes De Sevilla

2,065 Reviews

Museo De Bellas Artes De Sevilla

2,065 Reviews
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SteveK wrote a review Dec 2020
Los Angeles, California32 contributions29 helpful votes
Thank you for such a wonderful visit! What an absolute delight. If you’re visiting Seville, this museum should be on your list. I visited 1 Dec 2020. Not sure why it was free that day, maybe pandemic discount. Usually it is an inexpensive ticket anyway. English language translations are inconsistently available (see about their free app below). Many bigger placards and captions are only in Spanish. Big placards in the heart of the collection all have English translations. Captions for items in this area also have English captions. English, wherever it shows up, is written fluently. I was amazed how concise and highly informative these descriptions were. Excellent writing but not overwhelming. The museum offers a free mobile app that is EXCELLENT. They really did an awesome job on this, and the English text and audio available in this app more than compensates for any lack of English on placards/captions (though having both are ideal!). The app uses beacons around museum to dynamically locate you and show what is nearby. Deep dive on any particular item to get text/audio. Again, perfect English and wonderful writing. Definitely download the app. To use a baseball metaphor, it's a triple. That’s because the excellent writing is read by a robot voice. To make this an easy home run, hopefully the museum will record a native English speaking human to read this aloud. I was relieved to find myself with breathing space from the guards. Other Spanish art museums have suffocated my experience by circling, stalking. Here I was on camera but left alone on my side of a gallery to be present with the art. Thank you for that.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Pete M wrote a review Oct 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
Was interested in seeing some fine art in Seville, unfortunately no entry if you have a skateboard, no option of leaving it in the safe hands of a regime security guard or even in the cold hands of a desolate receptionist. Shame this museum is so uptight, and unlike the warm inclusive city it inhabits.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Wanderer2011_11 wrote a review Jun 2020
Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom111 contributions80 helpful votes
Very ggod museum and well worth a visit. It's spacious and well set out and in the post covid world when it re-opend should be able to accommodate visitors in a safe environment.
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Date of experience: March 2020
2 Helpful votes
David H wrote a review Jun 2020
South Portland, Maine3,050 contributions46 helpful votes
Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla is a wonderful museum, much smaller than the ones I'm used to in Madrid; but it is wonderfully laid out in a beautiful building. While we were there, there was a fabulous temporary exhibition featuring the works of Juan Martínez Montañés; his carvings were quite impressive to behold. Many of the works in the permanent collection were religious in nature, which I can appreciate, but I do get tired of after a while. The piece that spoke to me most in the collections was La Muerte del Maestro by José Villegas Cordero. This large painting had such depth and power that I couldn't stop looking at it, and all its detail. Even if you are only a casual art enthusiast, this museum deserves at least a little of your time. The courtyards are also quite a lovely space to relax in for a while.
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Date of experience: March 2020
2 Helpful votes
Dimitris L wrote a review Apr 2020
Sydney, Australia22,032 contributions60,912 helpful votes
Museo De Bellas Artes De Sevilla is a beautiful building and for that alone it deserves a visit! It contains some very interesting exhibits but unfortunately we were running out of time so only paid a short visit here. However it merits a good look into!
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Date of experience: May 2019
23 Helpful votes
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