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Museo Picasso Malaga

8,205 Reviews

Museo Picasso Malaga

8,205 Reviews
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Caminito del Rey tour from Malaga with Picnic (small group)

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We are the best way to discover Caminito del Rey avoiding the crowds and big groups.<br><br>We are the only tour that includes a picnic with local products.<br><br>Small group (8 people max.) with independent travelers. Lots of fun guaranteed.<br><br>visits the Natural Park during the less busy hours.<br><br>The guide is an expert in geography and geology.
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Ronnie wrote a review Dec 2020
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My 2nd visit to the museum. I love the location and presentation. The staff were great. One small complaint - the shop was closed at 4.45 so couldn’t buy a souvenir.
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Date of experience: December 2020
mbbtf wrote a review Dec 2020
Malaga, Spain47 contributions26 helpful votes
It was a nice experience visiting this museum. Picasso was born in Málaga so one would expect a museum dedicated to him. This is just that: a small, nice museum with few of his paintings and sculptures, that seem carefully selected to get a taste of Picasso's art and genius.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Edward B wrote a review Dec 2020
Malaga, Spain93 contributions30 helpful votes
A good selection of Picasso’s work from throughout his life. The collection takes you through chronologically from his early life and work through all the different periods and styles of his work. Free audio guide available in several languages adds lots of interesting detail. Recommended for art fans.
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Date of experience: December 2020
Kelleygirl2 wrote a review Nov 2020
Sarasota, Florida6,509 contributions717 helpful votes
I did not purchase tickets in advance but thankfully there was no problem entering, although I did need to give them my personal affects. When I entered the museum I purchased an audio guide that, as usual, proved most helpful. The museum opened in 2003 and houses over 200 of his works including paintings, sculptures and ceramics that were donated by members of his family, so in I went, eager to compare this museum with the Picasso Museum in Barcelona. This museum is located in the spacious Palace of the Counts of Buenavista. Built in the 16th century, it features a mixture of Mudejar and Renaissance elements. It was built on top of what is believed to be the Nasrid Palace. Archeological remains from the Phoenician, Roman and Moorish eras were unearthed and are now part of the museum’s permanent collection. This building was previously home to the Museum of Fine Arts of Malaga, so when the museum was repurposed for the Picasso works, “it was enlarged with a series of modern structures that extend in the manner of a traditional white Andalusian village”. I began looking at his early works completed when he was just 13 and slowly moved through the galleries exploring his many sketches and paintings, many of them focusing on a bull. His ceramics are both beautiful and playful, one in particular his Bust of a Faun on a plate that made me smile. Some works by Alexander Calder were included here to focus on the creative connection between these two modern masters. I took my time in the museum to enjoy many of Picasso’s works in metal like his Woman in the Garden, Spring 1930, but Picasso’s unique creative vision combining odd objects to make something new such as his Head of a Bull from a bicycle seat has been “described by Roland Penrose as Picasso’s most famous discovery, a simple yet ‘astonishingly complete’ metamorphosis”.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Aashia wrote a review Nov 2020
Manilva, Spain7 contributions
Was an amazing experience, as a family of four with small boys aged 6 and 5 they loved it. Staff were very friendly and welcoming... we had an audio but we never used it, it was just truly amazing just to see and read everything 😍
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Date of experience: November 2020
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