The Carriage Museum of Seville is located in the former Convento de Los Remedios, Seville in the neighborhood of the same name.
It is divided into four thematic units. At the entrance visitors will find three car field and work. The second room is dedicated to the city car and walk home and travel carriages. In the third room, the space is sporting and hunting chariots, as well as a collection of spears to attach harnesses and carts, while the fourth room is the hitch and the horse. Among the valuable carriages can be seen stands out for its age and value, the luxury saloon of the Brotherhood of the Tabernacle, formerly at the stables of the Royal Palaces. The museum also has educational content through visual, narrating the history and various aspects of the carriages. It is also home to the Real Club de Andalucía couplers. Inside we see a selection of all types of carriages pulled by horses from the Spider to the Tilbury.