Fosforito Flamenco Center

Centro Flamenco Fosforito

The Fosforito Flamenco Center is a museum dedicated to Andalusian and Cordovan flamenco. The popular singer Antonio Fernández Fosforito gives its name to this multidisciplinary exhibition in which flamenco is the main theme. In fact, he opened it in 2013.

The center is made up of a series of rooms scattered throughout the rooms of the The Potro Inn, with the idea that the visitor can feel flamenco as well as learn more about its history. The permanent exhibition has a multitude of graphic and sound archives of the recent history of flamenco.

The rooms of the Fosforito Flamenco Center

The main room is found on the first floor, it is the Fosforito Room and it is chaired by a great image of the singer holding the Golden Key of Cante. Inside there is a large collection of objects, texts, historical images and awards that Fosforito has given for the exhibition.

In one of the rooms on the ground floor is the Flamenco Room in Time. It is an extensive gallery of images and audiovisual archives with the main flamenco figures. If you are a fan of flamenco, here you will find your favorite figures.

After the Flamenco room in time there is a room with a mural that shows the different expressions of flamenco, both on stage and in everyday life.

Other rooms of the Fosforito Flamenco Center are dedicated to the Flamenco Keys, Flamenco Elements and Flamenco Forum.

Where is the CFF

In CFF it is in the Potro Square, along with the Museum of Fine Arts and Julio Romero de Torres. Being free, if you like flamenco or are curious, it is a highly recommended visit.

Visiting hours

The Flamenco Center can be visited at different times, depending on the time of year.

September 16 to June 15

  • Tuesday to Saturday from 8:30 to 19:30hr.
  • On Sundays and public holidays from 9:30 to 14:30h.
  • Mondays are closed

June 16 to September 15

  • Tuesday to Saturday from 8:30 to 15:00h.
  • On Sundays and public holidays from 8:30 to 14:30h.
  • Mondays are closed