Museo Picasso Malaga
Museo Picasso Malaga
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10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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E2607ae
20 contributions
Mar 2022
We really enjoyed our visit...a great introduction to Picasso and the audio tour was very informative...we spent about an hour in the museum and would recommend it.

I think it would be better to pre-book than to stand in line (as we did) to pay for tickets as it was quite slow moving to enter (waiting for people to leave before we could go in). And this was in March so I imagine it would take a lot longer in summer
Written July 22, 2022
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Dean D
Oak Creek, WI9 contributions
Feb 2022
Although I have collegiate experience in art and architectural history, I never "knew" Picasso until I visited this museum. Located in a 16th century palacio, the building is art in stone. This was my second visit to the museum and will definitely visit again as the collection is comprehensive. I've viewed Picasso's better-known works at the Prado (a must see if visiting Spain), but this collection offers better insight into the master's artistic evolution. The first time I visited, I opted for the personal guided tour. If your budget allows, this is an excellent way to see the collection, This time I went solo. Well not really solo, I downloaded the free museum app. The app provides additional information on many of the works and helps place them in Picasso's life chronologically. Many of the trip guides recommend 1 to 2 hours for this museum. I had a previous engagement, so had to limit my visit to around 3 hours, but could have stayed longer easily. If you have even a trifling interest in art, this is a must see when visiting Malaga,
Written February 23, 2022
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CazzyMo
Hartford, UK17 contributions
Apr 2022 • Friends
Museum has plenty of interesting paintings and sculptures with useful information. However, despite having a timed ticket, there were far too many people in at the same time. I lost count of how many times I was looking at a painting only to have someone walk or even stand in front of me. It felt like the museum was only interested in how many tickets they could sell and not in providing a good experience.
Written April 28, 2022
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LadyEliza86
Sheffield, UK209 contributions
Apr 2022
We went here with a 7 year old and 3 year old, they are both well behaved children and were calm and interested, especially my 7 year old, he thought the art was great. They had prams in the entrance we could use and my youngest was happy to sit in that after a busy day. Unfortunately we were literally followed and stared at by staff the entire time, they made comments to us about not touching when we obviously weren't and my son literally brushed a wall with his shoulder as we walked through a doorway and they told him off. Absolutely disgusting behaviour that spoiled our visit. How are you supposed to get the next generation interested in such things when you treat them like that? DO NOT GO HERE unless you want to be judged and treat poorly.
Written August 17, 2022
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Chris B
Northallerton, UK12 contributions
Nov 2021 • Solo
For those wanting a Fest of picasso under one roof this is the place. However the negative is that it is very popular and when I was there it was crowded with little social distancing. Another negative was a personal guide came between me and a painting with her two clients, and proceeded to talk to then about the painting which I found very rude. Maybe just me?
Written November 7, 2021
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Antonieta
Porto, Portugal501 contributions
Oct 2020 • Solo
We all heard about Picasso and he’s irreverence 😊

I usually try to don’t spend much money entering museums and others, because I don’t have time for everything and “time” ($$) for everything, but this was Picasso... had to go in.

The entrance is ok, 9€ with audio guide included, and it shares a lot about Picasso life and his lovers 😊. That was a man in love

There are many interesting paintings and sculptures, here are some pics of what I loved the most.

Picasso was born here in Malaga and lived here until he was 10y
Written October 6, 2020
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Sara Joler
Zagreb, Croatia7 contributions
Dec 2019 • Friends
You should definitely visit the museum of one of the world's most famous artists, in his hometown, even if you're not a particularly artistic person.
Because it's culture.
Because it's Picasso.
Because it's Malaga.
It just makes sense. :)

For an artsy person like myself, it was quite a pleasure seeing his artwork up close and in person. The museum is situated right in the center of Malaga, entry fee is 7 Euros and includes an audio guide (individual tape players, to describe it best) which tells you interesting stories about his professional and personal life.
You can finish the tour in about an hour, but there's no restriction or any sort of hurry from the staff. You may take as much time as you want to observe art - no pictures allowed.
There is of course a gift shop at the exit for all things Picasso related.
It's a very cool place and an easy way to get some culture and basic artistic knowledge about such a fascinating person!
Written February 24, 2020
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Hong Q
Canton of Geneva, Switzerland193 contributions
Aug 2021
One of the few museums worth a visit in Malaga. I recommend to prebook ticket or go early before opening: long queuing may be possible. I visited many museums in the world and I discovered new Picasso's: loved it.
Written August 26, 2021
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Skeddadle
Lexington, KY106 contributions
Sep 2022
This is a good museum if you are already interested in Picasso and/or have seen some of his more famous works elsewhere. I enjoyed it and recommend the audioguide. The museum is well laid out and the works are displayed well. It would be nice if there were a few more places to sit. With small museums like this, it is nice to be able to comfortably spend some time contemplating the works.
Written September 24, 2022
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Stephon C
Gaithersburg, MD195 contributions
Jan 2020 • Couples
This museum was fascinating. The entry fee was very affordable. Any large shopping or hand bags must be left with the staff upon obtain your ticket. It's a bit like a coat check where you are give a ticket. Once you enter you will pickup a hand held listening device where you can select your language. You can tour the collection rooms one and two and if you wish to tour the exhibition room that is an additional fee. You can learn a lot about his style and see many of his earlier original paintings. Highly recommend this exhibit.
Written January 16, 2020
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