Museo Picasso MalagaCurrently Closed
- Address: Palacio de Buenavista, Calle San Agustín, 8, 29015 Málaga, Spain, Malaga
- Timings: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +34-952127600
- Ticket Price: 8 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art Museum, Family And Kids
Museo Picasso Malaga - Review
The museum is an ode to the genius of Picasso and well worth spending a couple of hours wandering through his surreal artworks. There are about 285 paintings on display , making you wonder whether Picasso ever led a normal life, away from his art. Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga in 1885 and famously desired for his artwork to be displayed in his hometown.
Strolling around the museum will make you realize why Picasso’s talent has made ground breaking changes in the course of modern art. A great window to Picasso’s eight decades of artistic work, the museum is a must visit for any art aficionado.
Museo Picasso Malaga Information
- Wheelchair access available.
Museo Picasso Malaga Ticket Prices
- Visitors over 65 (-50%).
- Students under 26 with valid identification (-50%).
- Prior reservation only- Groups of more than 10 people and maximum of 25 (-20%).
How To reach Museo Picasso Malaga by Public Transport
- Nearest bus stop: Plaza de la Merced (bus number 1,36,37, C1).
Restaurants Near Museo Picasso Malaga
- El pimpi
- El Vegetariano Alcazabilla
- La Cosmopolita Malaguena
- Bodeguita El Gallo
Love this? Explore the entire list of things to do in Malaga before you plan your trip.
Fancy a good night's sleep after a tiring day? Check out where to stay in Malaga and book an accommodation of your choice.
Things to Know Before Visiting Museo Picasso Malaga
91.64% of people who visit Malaga include Museo Picasso Malaga in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
63.02% of people start their Museo Picasso Malaga visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Museo Picasso Malaga
85.67% of people prefer walking in order to reach Museo Picasso Malaga
Museo Picasso Malaga Trips
3 Views13 Days 12 Nights13 Day Trip to Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, Malaga, ZaragozaBy: Published PrivatelyCity: Seville, Malaga, Madrid, Zaragoza, Barcelona
2 Views17 Days 16 Nights17 Day Trip to Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, Malaga, Toledo, Ibiza from NewarkBy: Guest UserCity: Barcelona, Madrid, Toledo, Seville, Malaga, Ibiza
Museo Picasso Malaga, Malaga Reviews
If you're interested in art and especially Picasso's I would totally recommend going. As a student it's pretty much free, it doesn't cost that much for adults either. The staff were very polite. The Picasso expo was very easy to navigate around, the temporary Andy Warhol collection was a little less clear, this could be improved in the future. Overall, very nice experience!
I didn’t really like the museum. First of all nobody is allowed to take photographs and everywhere is security which looks at you. Second of all there were no paintings. Just small drawings and sculptures. It was so abstract I really didn’t get the sense of it. Strange compositions of objects which are supposedly art. I know what you think, i don’t get abstract art, but for me these sculptures were different than the well know paintings. I like the well known paintings but not the stuff here in the museum. Maybe I needed more explanation or I need to get to know Picasso better. What i liked were the real person portraits which he drew in his early ages. These were really good !!
Mediocre museum: medium sized with rather unknown works of Picasso (none of the groundbreaking ones as you might expect). It is well structured in terms of chronology but it features mostly sketches and just a few paintings. I entered for free on a Sunday fortunately. The queue went pretty far around the corner and looked scary at first but it moves really fast: in around 10 minutes I was in. Knowing what was inside I would have not paid the fee.
Nice museum with really impressive Picasso works. The museum itself is beautiful and the walk in between the different collections is very nice. The works themselves are impressive and show different life periods of Picasso. The audioguide is free and explains everything really clearly in a concise way. Try and book in advance or get there early as it gets really crowded so you tend to wait outside.
A lot of less known works by Picasso but a great overview of his career, chronologically presented and well documented through the audio-guide. For the moment there is also a very good Andy Warhol exposition so book the two together. Teachers get a free entrance at the Picasso Museum and students get half price. Nice book and souvenir shop.