Malaga has become a cultural epicentre in Andalusia and Spain, with more than 40 museums. The “city of museums” is one of the most used nicknames to refer to Malaga in recent years.
Factors such as communication, good weather, quality services, beaches… have made Malaga one of the most attractive cities in Spain.
Throughout this post we will talk about the 5 best museums in Malaga and the cultural attractions offered by each of them.
Top 5 Best Museums in Málaga
Picasso Museum of Malaga
The Picasso Museum has been a point of reference for the city of Malaga and for the world of museums. With an annual audience of more than three million visitors, it is one of the most important museums in the city.
The Picasso Museum of Malaga is located in the Buenavista Palace, in the heart of Malaga.
The exhibition has more than 230 works by Picasso.
Discover the opening hours and the entrance fee to the Picasso Museum in Malaga.
Russian Museum Collection
In the old building of the Tabacalera of Malaga, we find Museums like the Automotive Museum or the Collection of the Russian Museum, inaugurated in 2015.
The Collection belonging to the Russian Museum forms part of the great artistic and cultural offer that the city of Malaga offers. With works ranging from the fifteenth century to contemporary art, made by artists from Russia.
Pompidou Centre Málaga
One of the most modern and current art centres in the city of Malaga is the Pompidou Centre. Known throughout the world for its art galleries in France, Malaga’s Pompidou is the first art centre to be found outside the country of France.
The museum will remain in the city for 5 years so if you want to visit their works, it is recommended that you go as soon as possible to enjoy the contemporary art of their permanent and temporary exhibitions of photographs, sculptures, paintings … This agreement drawn up in 2013 had the condition that these 5 years could be extended.
Enjoy artists such as Frida Khalo, René Magritte or Pablo Picasso from Malaga.
Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga
Since 2011 the Carmen Thyssen Museum is a reality. A place where you can enjoy mostly Andalusian authors and unique works by painters such as Julio Romero de Torres, Joaquín Sorolla … It also has a collection of paintings by renowned Spanish artists.
Museum of Malaga
To finish with this list, which could be endless, we would like to talk about a museum that represents the city of Malaga. The museum is located in a unique location, in the Palacio de la Aduana.
In the Museum of Malaga you can enjoy from the collections of the Museum of Beautiful Arts to those of the Archaeological Museum.
We hope it has been helpful to get to know some of the most important museums in Malaga. From Hotel Lima, Hotel in Marbella, we offer our clients the necessary information about the services offered by the province of Malaga.