Seville’s Baratillo Bullring started to be constructed in 1761 according to the project by Francisco Sánchez de Aragón and was finished in 1881 by the architect Juan Talavera y de la Vega. Its exterior shows the style of the Late Baroque and early Classicist period.
Inside its Museum there are exhibits related to the history of the Noble Order which is the owner of the Bullring: ‘La Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla’, as well as numerous objects associated with the art of bullfighting.
The bullfighting season begins on Easter Sunday, continuing with bullfights through the April Fair and Corpus Christi, and concludes following the Fair of San Miguel with the traditional bullfight on 12 October.
Opening Hours (museum): Monday to Sunday, from 9:30 to 19:00 hours. Bullfighting days, 9:30 to 15:00 hours. Guided visits every 20 minutes. From April to October, everyday from 9:30 to 21:00 hours. Bullfighting days, 9:30 to 15:00 hours. Guided visits every 20 minutes.
Prices: General: €7. Retired, pensioners and students – €4. Children from 7 to 10 – €3. Children under 6 – free. Free entry on Mondays from 15:00 to 19:00.