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Museo Picasso Málaga
Museo Picasso Málaga

Museo Picasso Málaga

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Palacio de Buenavista c/ San Agustín, Málaga, 8 29015

The Basics

As one of Málaga’s best museums, Museo Picasso features on many sightseeing tours of the city, including guided day trips from Marbella. Those with a special interest in Pablo Picasso can opt for a private guided tour of the museum, which often includes a stop at the artist’s birthplace (Casa Natal), church, and school. Picasso’s first known painting is on display at the nearby Municipal Museum.

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Skip the Line: Museo Picasso Malaga Entrance Ticket
Skip the Line: Museo Picasso Malaga Entrance Ticket
$13.84 per adult
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Malaga
Great museum . We arrived and although there was a long queue , we did not have to wait at all . There was no signs indicating where we had to go when we arrived , so we asked the security guard and he kindly showed us what we needed to do . Staff very helpful and polite .
Gaby_A, Aug 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Malaga

star-4
Nice small museum with works by the artist that are less know but just as unique
Mercedes_B, Jul 2021
Skip the Line: Museo Picasso Malaga Entrance Ticket
Nice to not wait in a line. We walked straight in to enjoy the museum. The audio device is included in the price and good to listen to as you view the works. There were other exhibits but the price did not include them and that was a disappointment and unclear when purchased.
star-5
Picasso Museum
G C, Nov 2019
Skip the Line: Museo Picasso Malaga Entrance Ticket
System worked flawlessly. Recommend going right into the Museum to the 2nd floor with your printed tickets or tickets downloaded on cell phone. Ignore the long line that snakes out the door waiting to buy tickets. There are no signs so it is a bit confusing.
star-5
Excellent
Gayle_P, Nov 2019
Skip the Line: Museo Picasso Malaga Entrance Ticket
Easy & convenient saved money and also saved time. I highly recommend Viator. They rated by Trip Advisor too!
star-4
Skipped the Line, Missed the Special Exhibit
Culture200614, Oct 2019
Skip the Line: Museo Picasso Malaga Entrance Ticket
Got right in first thing in the morning when they opened. I didn't know that there was a special exhibit and would have like to see it, but the ticket line was LONG! Nice museum with a good perspective of Picasso art.
star-5
Stunning
John_M, Sep 2019
Skip the Line: Museo Picasso Malaga Entrance Ticket
Wonderful wide ranging collection of all his periods and styles. Beautifully displayed in lovely buildings. Only drawback was that no-one on admission had seen this sort of ticket before. It took 5 minutes of phone calls to get us in.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • The museum is a must-see for art lovers and history buffs.

  • Bring along a light jacket as the exhibition rooms are kept quite cool.

  • The museum is wheelchair accessible, and staff are available to help at the wheelchair access point.

  • Photography and cellphone usage are both prohibited inside the exhibition rooms of the museum.

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How to Get There

The Museo Picasso Málaga sits in the city’s historic center near the Alcazaba and the Roman Theatre. It’s easily accessible on foot, but you can also take the public bus to stops at either Paseo del Parque (Ayuntamiento) or Plaza de la Merced.

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When to Get There

The museum is open daily throughout the year, with extended hours during July and August. If you’re visiting during the summer tourist season, plan to arrive first thing in the morning to avoid the crowds.

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Architecture and Archaeology

Palacio de Buenavista, the 16th-century building that houses the collection, features a mixture of Mudéjar and Renaissance elements. It was built atop the remains of what was believed to be a Nasrid Palace, where archaeological remains from Phoenician, Roman, and Moorish eras have been uncovered. Some of these remains are now a part of the museum’s permanent collection.

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