Museums in Málaga
The spectacular Nerja caves, the Balcón de Europa viewpoint and its appearances on television make this Málaga town famous.
The remarkable cultural and natural heritage of Antequera deserves to be enjoyed, if only for a weekend.
Situated in the central Buenavista Palace, the Picasso Museum recently unveiled a new narrative discourse that allows you to discover, stage by stage, the artistic evolution of the Malaga-born genius.
The Palacio de la Aduana houses the Museum of Málaga, a cultural flagship exhibiting a collection comprising both art and archaeology.
Villalón Palace, in the centre of Málaga, houses the finest existing collection of nineteenth-century Spanish painting.
The exhibitions at the Russian Museum of St Petersburg in Málaga are a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the artistic world of the country of the tsars.
The walled compound of Gibralfaro Castle, situated next to the Alcazaba, offers spectacular views of Málaga and the Costa del Sol.
This branch of the Parisian museum has been introducing people from all walks of life to modern art since 2015. Visit it in the heart of Málaga’s port!
With a long and fascinating history, the square that bore witness to Picasso’s early years offers a varied range of cultural and culinary attractions.
Housed in Málaga’s beautiful, old Tabacalera building, this museum offers visitors a chance to discover more about both art and history, with an exhibition of more than 90 cars from a variety of places and time periods.