Triana and the ceramic tradition

3 Hours · Entrance to the Museum of Ceramics · Bicycles · It is offered in Spanish, English and French


  • Bike

  • Tickets Museum of the Ceramics of Triana

  • Duration of 3 hours

  • Map

  • Helmet for children

  • Water bottle

Visit of the Museum of the Ceramics of the city

Starting from the monumental area of Seville, we will see the main monuments of the city to arrive soon at Triana, the most popular district of the city. There we will visit its Museum of Ceramics, the streets of its Abastos market and know the secrets of the Castle of San Jorge, home of the fearsome Inquisition. Includes the tickets for the Museum of Ceramics created in the old factory of Santa Ana, located in Triana and one of the last centers of ceramic production in Seville capital, has ceramic pieces designed by Aníbal González and decorated the monumental Plaza de Spain. Also, several historic kilns, some of them from the 16th century, the water well, the clay deposits, the mineral mills, the almágenas or containers to store the prepared pigments, the potter’s wheel, the ironing boards of pieces and drying of molds or the board where the painters decorated the large tile panels.


Children from 1.5 meters high can attend.


Groups of 2 to 10 people.

If the weather conditions are unfavorable, another day will be sought to carry out the route or carry out an alternative activity.


Free! Cancel without charges until 7 days before the activity. If you cancel with less time or do not show up, no refund will be offered.

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