Don’t miss it – makes Beaulieu look like a scruffy used car lot. The Malaga Museum is laid out in wonderful Belle Epoque style in a refurbished tobacco factory about a mile from the centre. Containing about 80 cars from 1900-2010, including a lovely old De Dion-Bouton, a 1920 Hispano-Suiza, a gorgeous 1938 Lancia convertible, a 1937 Mercedes 540K, a wonderful Ferrari 250GT, an Aston Martin next to a gull-wing Mercedes, two Cords, an Auburn speedster, a Fiat Topolino, a 1937 Austin Seven, and many many more. You can walk round most of the cars and lean over and peer at them (but not touch). And there’s a collection of hats. Worth the entry fee and the taxi fare from the centre. Forget the Picasso museum, go here for a proper taste of modern art. The theming and the displays linking the cars to high society and culture make this a delightful experience even if you’re not a car buff.
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