Museum of Equestrian Art
The Museum of Equestrian Art forms part of the facilities of the Royal Andalusian School of the Equestrian Art and is included in a visit through the main facilities of the institution, a repository of Andalusian equestrian heritage.
Opened in 2005, the museum is devoted to the art of horsemanship, its appreciation, preservation, study and promotion. It takes visitors through the origins and evolution of equestrian art from the beginning to the present day by various means to facilitate the appreciation of the experience using all the senses
It is dedicated to the art of horsemanship, its understanding, maintenance, study and promotion and its visits are intended to illustrate the equestrian art from its origins to the present day by means of diverse and varied resources.
The museum is located in a 19th century palace designed by the French architect Charles Garnier. It consists of 11 public spaces that contain displays depicting the origins and evolution of the art of horsemanship in Andalusia and the rest of the world.