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The Best Museums In Malaga:







Museo Picasso Malaga

Museo Picasso Málaga was created in response to Pablo Picasso’s own desire for his work to be present in the city where he was born on 25 October 1881. The museum was created thanks to Christine and Bernard Ruiz-Picasso, the artist’s daughter-in-law and grandson, whose donations constitute the core of the collection.

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Museo Picasso Malaga




Alcazaba of Malaga

The Alcazaba is a palatial fortification in Málaga, Spain. It was built by the Hammudid dynasty in the early 11th century. It's one of the must see places when visiting Malaga!

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Alcazaba of Malaga




Museo Carmen Thyssen

This museum is located in the heart of the city and has over 2600 works that are a part of the Carmen Thyssen-Bornesmisza collection. This gallery will take you on a tour through different styles of the Spanish painting, paying special attention to the Andalusian painting

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Museo Carmen Thyssen




Museo del Vino

If you enjoy a glass (or two) of wine then there's worse places you can visit when in malaga than the wine museum! Established to help promote the quality wines made in the region this museum is a wine lovers paradise!

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Museo del Vino




Museo Automobil Malaga

This privately owned collection of classic cars is simply incredible and a must see for anyone with the slightest interest in cars, motoring and history.

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Museo Automobil Malaga




Malaga Cathedral

Malaga Cathedral is a beautiful building steeped in a rich history and is well worth taking the time to visit when you're in Malaga!

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Malaga Cathedral




Interactive Music Museum

The interactive Music Museum in Malaga is a kid-friendly music history museum featuring touch-screen displays & a number of playable instruments.

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Interactive Music Museum