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This museum sits on the site of the excavated 12th-century Castillo de San Jorge which in the 15th-century became the first headquarters of Spain’s notorious Inquisition. The museum places in context the events which followed the Christian...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
Plaza del Altozano | s/n, Mercado de Abastos de Triana, 411010 Seville, Spain
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You're not going to spend more than an hour here. The displays are well done, they tell a good narrative about the inquisition. It's not too intensive, but it's a great stop-in (free as well) that gives you another side of Seville history.
This castle museum caught my attention when I crossed the bridge Puente de Isabel II from Seville side. Its exterior is nice, a dome shape top and a tower. Unfortunately, it was closed when I was there around 1900hr. I understand the museum is free...More
If you walk out of Seville over the Triana bridge, immediately right on the far end of the bridge lies the site of a medieval castle, concealed from casual view under what is nowadays the bustling Triana food market. Although the castle is no longer...More
This is a short exhibition showing the history of the inquisition and ruins from the old buildings. It is free entry and worth a look if you are in the area. Probably a 30min to 1 hour tour is all that is needed.
Triana is on the west side of the River Guadalquivir and not as well visited by tourists when in Seville as the old town on the other side.The Castillo del San Jorge was used as a prison and HQ for the Inquisition and the castle...More
This was a bit of an unexpected visit for us. We knew that it was castle ruins but didn't realize it was also a museum. It was a very interesting experience, especially being able to walk through what used to be a prison while learning...More
This is in the Triana district, on the opposite side of the river to the centre of the city, but easily reached across the Puente Isabel II. There’s no admission charge. The exhibits are displayed below street level, down amongst the foundations of the castle...More
we found this museum very interesting and informative. despite the gruesome subject the exhibits don't depict anything too brutal. The museum is housed in what remains of the head quarters of the Spanish inquisition and most of the information that you get is about the...More
This little exhibition is in the Castle from which the infamous Spanish Inquisition was led. The subject matter is by its nature gruesome but the exhibits themselves are not . Thought provoking and well scripted the narrative links the actions of the Inquisitors to today's...More