The building is located in the heart of the historic centre of Lora del Río. It was part of the former Governor’s Palace or “Bailío”. Nowadays, it houses the municipal exhibition hall and the future local museum.
The Science House Museum is located in the Peru Pavilion, a building owned by the Seville Town Council and temporarily given to the CSIC for the location of this dissemination centre. This is one of the historic buildings of the heritage complex inherited from the 1929 Ibero-American Exhibition, designed by Manuel Piqueras Cotolí.
The Museum of Popular Arts and Customs of Seville, created in 1972, is a museum dedicated to Andalusian ethnological heritage, both tangible and intangible, in the rooms of which there are displayed objects and utensils that document the customs, knowledge and ways of life typical of the traditional culture of the area.
In Seville, the Flamenco Dance Museum is the first and only museum of its kind in the world. A modern museum that preserves ancient roots. Located in a beautiful 18th century building, it stands on the foundations of an ancient Roman temple.
The centre is devoted to the history of Cazalla de la Sierra and its famous wines and spirits. The importance of this industry in local development is discovered through a variety of panels, objects and multimedia devices. Its ethnographic value is enhanced by successive temporary exhibitions on specific aspects of Cazalla, such as mycology, bird life and the town’s traditional trades.
The Casa de la Cultura is housed in the former Jesuit convent. It leverages the ample space available in the convent complex with its large central cloister and rooms around it.
Conceived as a great centre for exhibitions and other artistic expressions, where the permanent collection rooms on the history of Alcalá coexist with the temporary exhibitions that allow us to gain an insight into the contemporary panorama of the plastic arts.