The museum is situated exactly where Club Juan Breva (4 Ramón Franquelo Street) is, occupying the first and second floors of the building. Open to the public since 2008, the museum exhibits the majority of artefacts, paintings and objects that form the heritage of the club. The meeting room is on the third floor amongst the library and recording archive. On the first floor you can find paintings with different styles and trends - all relating to the art of flamenco, artists and other people involved in the world of flamenco, as well as glass cabinets with interesting objects and momentos. This floor is home to the collection itself, while the second floor is the investigation and documentation centre. The Flamenco Museum has a collection of more than 2,500 records. It is closed on Mondays and admission costs €1.
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