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Museo Del Castillo De San Jorge

Plaza del Altozano | s/n, Mercado de Abastos de Triana, 411010 Seville, Spain
+34 954 33 22 40
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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 Reconquest of Spain, when many of the Jews who remained and converted became suspected of heresy, and subject to torture – from water-boarding to the rack - designed to extract confessions.
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Plaza del Altozano | s/n, Mercado de Abastos de Triana, 411010 Seville, Spain
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+34 954 33 22 40
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Reviewed 6 August 2017

I was expecting this to be rather underwhelming, but in fact it was great! Well laid-out, informative, interesting and moving. Friendly staff, and the whole thing is free! As with many other sites, the opening times were different in reality compared to the various guides...More

Thank tomtrad1
Reviewed 6 April 2017 via mobile

Easy to find - at the bridge and nestled in beside the mercado. It is well worth a visit, the castle and archeological site is a thought provoking place. The guide is in English so make sure to get one as it explains the audiovisual...More

Thank HappyHols012
Reviewed 29 March 2017

This museum provides a sober look at the fate of many who suffered or who were killed for their faith. The Castle was the headquarters for the Inquisition for 300 years and many of those who suffered were condemned in this building. As a Protestant,...More

2  Thank Chileice
Reviewed 26 March 2017

This little gem is not easy to find the entrance. Go across the Triana bridge and you will see the market on the right. Go down the market steps and turn immediate right. This is the entrance. The first sensory rooms are a little confusing...More

Thank 333EW1
Reviewed 16 February 2017

This museum just across the river is situated under the market there. Entrance is free. Initially I was somewhat baffled by the two short video clips you see as you enter.But once underground there are explanations in English and some enlightening information about the Spanish...More

1  Thank Kelly39
Reviewed 28 January 2017

Interesting museum and free admission - beside Triana food market. Afterwards we crossed the bridge and went for lunch in Mercado Lonja del Barranco, nice selection of food, you are bound to find something you would like.

Thank onecitylady
Reviewed 18 November 2016 via mobile

This is a very well presented museum with great audio visual and written information which makes you more aware of the atrocities of the day. The world has still not learnt. It is set inside the archeological digs of the castle ruins. An amazing and...More

Thank Brian T
Reviewed 10 November 2016

I was not really knowing what to expect from this exhibition, but it was brilliantly put together, not at all sensational, but making you think and, as intended, reflect on the past. You are taken on a journey through the ruins of the castle, eerily...More

Thank June M
Reviewed 28 October 2016

The museum is very tastefully done and located on a beautiful bridge. This was the best thing I saw in Seville. There are no actual torture instruments etc, but you can really feel the history of inquisition here, looking at the places where various participants...More

Thank Thomas J
Reviewed 20 October 2016

This museum presented the information in a thoughtful way that ties the past to our present. It is quiet, dark and atmospheric, a powerful experience.

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