Museo Picasso Malaga, Malaga
About Museo Picasso Malaga, Malaga
Museo Picasso Malaga, Malaga - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Palacio de Buenavista, Calle San Agustín, 8, 29015 Málaga, Spain
Ticket Price: 8 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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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).
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Museo Picasso Malaga, Malaga Reviews - Write a Review
The Picasso Museum, I feel, is really well curated at the time I visited in Nov 2017. I got there at 10am, which is the opening hour and there were already a lot of people (tour groups and student groups) so I'd recommend to go slightly later to avoid a bottleneck in the exhibition hall itself. The Picasso exhibition itself took me about an hour to go through with an audio guide which is highly recommended. I gleaned a lot of additional information from the audio guide that would have otherwise escaped me. It's only 1 euro so it's very worth it. I think the second exhibition (Women and Surrealism) was great too, but far too many artworks in a small space. It felt like too much visual information without much breathing space in between.
Fantastic museum. Visited with friends including adults and 2 kids aged 13 years. We all enjoyed it. The audio-guides are very good and the art interesting. It was very busy and a star has been taken off for a very long queue to get in. Still, would highly recommend and about the best thing to do in Malaga
6€-adult t., 3.5€-students/over 65. Nice two story building with inner garden and peaceful atmosphere. The exposed arts are nice, mainly from the later part of Picasso's life, mostly schicces and ceramics. The most part of his work may be scattered all over the world, so what you will see, is a fraction of it. The gallery is reasonably large, but it takes only 30-60' to take the tour. If you have limited time I might suggest other attractions instead. Remember, photographing is forbidden. 📷🚫
An interesting exhibition for a Picasso lovers and those who loves him not. I'm the one who belongs to the second group, although it was a pleasure to see his work. The exhibition is divided into 10 galleries (commonly called rooms) where you can see his art and listen to the audio to find out more about Picasso's life and how his personal experiences influenced his work. Ticket cost was £6 (bought it online in UK) it also included entry to another exhibition 'Bacon, Freud and The School of London' (it is held within same building). Both exhibitions were well lightened, and presented. Oh and there is a shop and a place where you can eat and drink with the outdoor garden.
The palace that houses the museum is beautiful. Well priced entry and cafe - which has good coffee. The audio guide is quite wafflely and on many occasions doesn't reference the picture it's meant to be talking about for a few minutes. (Great audio guide to be found at the Cathedral) Like other reviews have said there are a lot of sketches and postcards but equally there are a lot of his famed cubism pictures too.
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