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Really nice and pretty layout of the place. Some lovely boat models and some future prototypes. Alot of standing around watching screens though. My son's favourite bit was the interactive pirate games.
The museum is very good for travellers with children, the story of Spain's nautical history is displayed via a series of cartoon films (English and Spanish), model boats and information, all set in an amazing sea of lights that gives the impression of the moving...More
We did not have enough time to do the exhibition hall properly, but we could see how original and creative this space was - very interactive with lots of info and exhibits well presented (inc in English). The tower trip was comfortable with amazing 360-degree...More
More interesting when there is a special exhibition on (the Lego Travelling Bricks at the time of writing). The Torre Schindler, when open, give a great view of the city. There is also an outdoor venue for summer concerts. Wiht the nearby Torre shopping centre...More
This is a modern exhibition space on the south side of the river, devoted to the story of the voyages of discovery. There are quite a lot of high tech and interactive displays, with some translation into English provided. However, the effectiveness of these displays...More
This is one of the exhibition pavilions left from the Expo in Sevilla in 1992. Unless you are rabidly interested in seeing a few models of old ships it’s really not worth the visit and entrance fee.
My wife and I went to Expo Sevilla...More
After an abortive visit to a local Rastro (Market) now closed we intended to walk back to the hotel along the river in Seville. We noticed a few people exiting a large building and curiosity drove us to see what it was. Good move! It...More
This is a really different and fun museum with lots of interactive exhibits about the history of navigating the world's oceans. The design of the building itself resembles the upturned hull of a ship. The exhibits are surrounded by thousands of LEDs which twinkle to...More