Malaga is happiness, “tapas”, open-air bars and restaurants but also culture, for which it is a global reference.
Much more than the birth place of the great Pablo Picasso, Malaga has a route of museums that are perfect for those who want to take home with them something more from their visit. Something authentic, pure and totally artistic and historic. Have you decided to visit this beautiful part of Spain and have you chosen the Hotel Petit Palace Plaza Malaga of Petit Palace? If this is the case today we will advise you about the museums you really should not miss.
- Museum Casa de Malaga: The visit to the Picasso Museum in Malaga is well worth a visit both for the interior of the Buenavista Palace and also for the works of art therein. The artist born in Malaga has a museum that not only offers a permanent collection of his works but also has a full programme of temporary exhibitions containing authentic jewels.
- Malaga Pompidou Centre: Yes, you have read that correctly and no, we have not changed to the French capital. In case you are unaware, Malaga has its own and very particular Pompidou Centre, and, how could it be otherwise, a visit is essential. In the interior you will find an ideal sample of art of our times and more than 90 works of art received directly from the headquarters in Paris. Open from 09.00 to 20.00 hours.
- Carmen Thyssen Museum: Although the Thyssen Bornemisza in Madrid is a world reference, a visit to the Carmen Thyssen Museum is essential during a trip to Malaga. Open from 2011, the Museum has available for its visitors a unique pictorial display. A total of 230 works of art signed by relevant artists, such as Ezquerra or Zurbaran.
- Wine Museum: Painting and sculpture are two of the most well known artistic forms that can be enjoyed in the form of wine in Malaga. This is the offer that is presented by the Malaga Wine Museum, a place where you can enjoy the wine culture with Designation of Origin “Málaga” and can also visit an exhibition with more than 400 lithographs of labels and posters of many of its most outstanding wines.