We visited this museum in 2013 before it closed for renovations. Upon revisiting it, we can't understand what took them so long. There's nothing particularly striking about the new museum and the contents are no more or less impressive than they were before. The Picasso Museum in Barcelona has a better collection and the one in Malaga has works from the family collection that, while smaller, seems less desperate than the collection here, where everything even tenuously associated with the artist (photos, letters from friends, etc.) are put on display. The cafe is a right rip-off, too.
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