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The musuem combines some interesting permanent exhbits (integrated into the building itself) with several tempray exhibitions. Visitos can also enjoy the original monastery, its extensive citrus and rose gardens as well as features of the cermaics factory that has also shared this space. It´s also...More
The buildings are great. I love transformation of industrial property and here it has been done very good. The ovens of the former tile industry are real landmarks and can be seen from the other side of the river.
Part of the venue was not...More
The museum's buildings are fascinating, worth a visit just for this alone. The location is across the river, so crossing by the smaller, narrower Pasarea de Cartuja bridge is a much pleasanter walk or cycle ride. This is the next bridge after the bus station...More
This museum is a 20 minute walk and there is very little shade along the way so bring water and don't go at midday. Actually, don't go at all. The exhibits are awful, even by contemporary art standards.
It's free on Tuesdays but you'll want...More
The museum showcases modern art from various artists in a historical setting. The museum is situated half an hour walk from the city center. Take plenty of water as there is hardly any shade during the last part of the walking.
Once a cloister, parts...More
The Andalusian Center for Contemporary Art is set in an amazing old monastery with remains of frescos, stunning ceilings, marble carving but without any information on any of this at all! It is surrounded by a lovely garden. There were 4 exhibitions during our visit,...More
For one thing, this former monastery and tile factory was part of the 1992 International Exposition and the whole area is a wonder. The museum hosts contemporary exhibitions of hispanic and emerging artists. It's great, exciting. The cafe is great, too, worth a trip across...More
The other side of the river is quite barren and industrial but I still expected this to be a jewel is this grey place. The old monastery and ceramics factory give it charm but that's where it ends. There was virtually nothing inside but strange...More