Malaga is known for its wide cultural offer, with a wide variety of museums and exhibitions. Below, we detail some of the most notable museums in the city of Malaga.
This museum houses an important collection of works by the famous painter Pablo Picasso. It is located in the Buenavista Palace, on Calle San Agustín, 8. The museum has several exhibition rooms, where you can see works from different stages of the artist’s life. The price of general admission is around 10 euros. It is recommended to book in advance, especially in high season. You can reserve your tickets through the museum’s official website or at the museum’s box office.
This museum is an extension of the famous Pompidou Center in Paris. It is located in the Port of Malaga, on Pier One. The museum exhibits works of modern and contemporary art by internationally recognized artists. The price of general admission is approximately 9 euros. It is recommended to reserve your tickets in advance, as the museum may have limited capacity. You can reserve on the museum’s official website or at the museum’s box office.
This museum houses a collection of art from the 19th and early 20th centuries, mainly with Spanish themes. It is located in the Villalón Palace, on Calle Compañía, 10. The general admission price is around 10 euros. It is recommended to reserve your tickets in advance, especially in high season, as the museum may have limited capacity. You can reserve on the museum’s official website or at the museum’s box office.
The museum is located in the Customs Palace, in the Customs Square. It houses an important collection of art and archeology, which includes works from Prehistory to the 20th century. The price of general admission is approximately 2 euros. It is not necessary to reserve a ticket, as entry is free for citizens of the European Union and for students under 26 years of age.
The Automobile and Fashion Museum of Malaga is a museum dedicated to automobiles and fashion. The automobile museum is located in the old building of the Royal Tobacco Factory in the Spanish city of Malaga.
Automobiles have always been the social symbol that reflects the evolution of design throughout history. The Automobile and Fashion Museum shows how artistic trends have evolved thanks to vehicle designers such as Ettore, Bugatti, Gordon Buehrig, Giuseppe Figoni, Freestone and Labourdette.
It is one of the oldest private museums in the city of Malaga, the Unicaja Museum of Popular Arts and Customs finds its origins in the sixties, at the same time as the inauguration of the Museum of Fine Arts (1961).
The Russian Museum Collection center in Saint Petersburg Málaga is a headquarters of the State Russian Museum located in the building of the former Royal Tobacco Factory of Málaga in Spain. It is the first European branch of the Russian institution and its inauguration took place on the 25th. March 2015.
Museum dedicated to the history of video games. The museum has three full floors: past, present and future of video games. Almost the entire museum is interactive. An experience that will take you back to childhood. The exhibition on the first floor, the temporary ones and the vision of the future of video games on the 3rd floor are incredible. If you come to Malaga it is a highly recommended museum.
The MIMMA (Interactive Music Museum) invites the visitor to a dialogue with the exhibition. It has an important collection of musical instruments from all over the world and from all periods. It has “Please play” rooms in which it encourages the public to learn through experimentation, playing the instruments. General admission: €4. Students, over 65 years old and groups: €3
Where to park near the museums in Malaga
As for parking near the museums, Malaga has several public parking lots in the city center. Some of the closest to the museums are the Muelle Uno Parking, the Teatro Cervantes Parking and the Centro Alameda Parking. Prices can vary, but generally range between 2 and 3 euros per hour.
- Parking Plaza la Marina, Malaga: https://maps.app.goo.gl/LGB5QtnnsXS7KaUN9
- Parking Muelle Uno. (in Malaga Port): https://maps.app.goo.gl/tGDamZo6YwTMpZXn6
Where to stay near the Museums of Malaga
There is a wide variety of hotels in the center of Malaga that offer different features and amenities. Some nearby hotels include Hotel Molina Lario, Apartamentos Catedral, Hotel AC Málaga Palacio and Hotel Vincci Málaga, Hotel Valeria RoomMate. Hotel prices may vary depending on season and availability. July, August and Christmas the prices are higher. The rest of the year prices are cheaper. It is recommended to book in advance directly with the hotel or through online booking platforms such as Booking.com that offer free cancellation. 👉 Book Hotel In Malaga
Museum prices and schedules in Malaga
It is important to note that prices and hours of museums and exhibitions may change, so it is recommended to check the updated information on the official websites of each museum before your visit. It is also recommended to arrive early to avoid crowds, especially in high season.