The Flamenco Dance Museum is a window into the world of flamenco. We wanted to develop a unique experience around flamenco, where all the facets of the art are united: the dance, the singing, and the guitar. As much in our interactive museum as in our shows, we expand understanding of the art by including its aesthetics in our publications, expositions, and items in the shop. As a result, everything culminates in a very unique atmosphere.
The Flamenco Dance Museum is alive! Our musem is a meeting place to facilitate the communication of information and knowledge. Directed by experts if the field, we bring the experience to life in order to display the evolution of flamenco from popular folk art to a more beautiful cultural and artistic manifestation.
Financed and endorsed by Cristina Hoyos, the museum was constructed in an eighteenth century building over the foundation of an ancient Roman temple, at the same time using Tartessian-carved stones. Situated in the most elevated and oldest part of the city, the museum has a vaulted basement, following the style of Ecijan patios. The walls of the museum were built over an urn that contains the Bible, Talmud, Torah, Quran, Vedas, and Tripitaka to symbolize peace and understanding. The resulting unique architecture