7,000 square metres of museum in a former winery which will transport you back to the past.
Impressive carriages and coaches.
Amongst its many tourist activities, the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art has an impressive collection of carriages and coaches in the Carriage Museum, located in the former Permartín Winery, spanning more than 7,000 square metres. It is a journey into the past, recreated in multimedia format with large screens that are intertwined with the real carriages exhibited in the collection. You will find them arranged according to their use and origin: they include Andalusian carriages, accompanied by bells and fitted covers, and English and Hungarian carriages, with frills and quirky clasps. Amongst the crown jewels of the Carriage Museum you will find an 18th century coach; a four-seater carriage with a foldable cover, perfectly preserved and fully operational in a video from the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Lugo in Seville.