1º Rules and conditions
For requesting free visits to the Alcazar with prior booking, specifically for nursery schools, primary and secondary schools, colleges and educational institutions:
One of the Board of the Alcazar of Seville's most important objectives is to promote and spread knowledge about the compound of monuments under its management. This is a compound of extraordinary historical, artistic and cultural importance, not to mention the weight it carries today as a Royal Palace still in use, an extension of the Town Hall of Seville, and a World Heritage Site since 1987.
In order to promote knowledge, the Alcazar’s Ordinance for Regulating Fees for services and visits states that admission shall be free for students up to 13 years of age (13 is included), and, with a view to further promoting the educational community's access to knowledge about our Cultural Heritage, we have set up an Activity Unit, whose purpose, amongst others, is to organize advance booking visits for nursery, primary and secondary schools.
There is no time or itinerary limit for these visits.
2º Educational Material designed for nursery education
The Faculty of Geography and History at the University of Seville (Department of Art History Course "Andalusian Art in Early Childhood Education" from 2012 to 2013) has teamed up with the Board of Seville Alcazar to provide a set of innovative teaching materials for the educational community, aiming to make nursery school visits to the Seville Alcazar educational, fun and participative. You will find these materials here below. Covering everything from class preparation before the visit to different routes and stories, these teaching materials are designed to unlock the doors of Seville Alcazar for 3- to 5-year-old children and help them to discover one of the world's most interesting and complex monuments. Welcome!
Document in pdf and zip formats. Click on the links to open in a new window or right-click and select "Download Linked File As ..." to download the files to your computer.
1. Introduction and Development. PDF 1MB
2. Itineraries and activities. PDF 70MB
3. Stories. Compressed zip file 26MB
4. Evaluation. Annex for teachers. PDF 75KB
List of authors: Irene Crespillo, Daniel Del Valle, Laura Falcomer Rocio Franco, Yolanda Gamez, Blanca Lopez, Ana Isabel Melero, Sara Montilla, Teba Maria Nieto, Laura Sánchez, Natalia Sousa, Silvia Stefani and Rule Vargas.
Coordinators: Carmen Rodriguez Serrano, BA in Art History, Professor and Researcher in Education of the University of Seville; and Manuel Rivero Varas, Doctor and Professor of the University of Seville.