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#1 of 43 Museums in Malaga
If you get tired of all the wonderful churches and art museums in Malaga, this is a nice break and well worth the price and the time.
My husband declared it the best of the museums because of the excellent tour led by one of the owners who speaks English.
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#2 of 43 Museums in Malaga
Everything about this museum is outstanding, the attention to detail is amazing, I would go as far as to say it is one of the best, most interesting museums I have ever visited-& I've visited a lot!
Loved also the Museum in Gaziantep Turkey for Culture and Art ... two very different places and Museums: both Top Drawer!
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#3 of 43 Museums in Malaga
The Museo de Málaga is the icing on the cake of this city's wonderful range of museums (ranging from art to artefact, bullfighting to dolls houses).
Malaga is justifiably proud of this fine museum, after a hard fought public campaign to make the Aduana building the home of the fine arts and archaeological museums.
#4 of 43 Museums in Malaga
Having been in Malaga for two weeks, we are very impressed by its public works and museums.
The museum is a private initiatief of the Spanish painter Jorge Rando, housed in a former sisters convent with a beautefull courtyard.The paintings are expresionists and show a large craftmanship and a real involv...
#5 of 43 Museums in Malaga
a mixture of castle and museum, interspersed by delightful gardens with pools as well as great views of city.and at its entrance a fine Roman theatre- the Alcazaba is one of the "nust sees" of Malaga
We saw the Picasso Museum, the Cathedral (stunning and enormous), the Roman Amphitheatre (this will give you a sense of your place in history) and the twin castles, initially built by the Romans and perfected by t...
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#6 of 43 Museums in Malaga
This is one of the nicest museums of popular arts and culture that I have been to.
This was by far one of the most interesting museums to visit.
#7 of 43 Museums in Malaga
The 10 minute film on Pedro de Mena was really informative especially if you've seen some of his works in the cathedral and other museums.
We always enjoy seeking out small museums - and this was a very good one.
#8 of 43 Museums in Malaga
It is a must for the visitor who loves museums and history!
I have visited many art museums all over the world and I can safely say that this is one of the most beautiful both in location, collection and facilities.
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#9 of 43 Museums in Malaga
Malaga is a city which has been investing in new art museums and, with the CAC Malaga, the aim is both to show international modern and contemporary art, but also to show contemporary artists from the city and the...
Malaga has a growing number of excellent art galleries and museums and this FREE gallery always has an interesting contemporary exhibition or two worth seeing.
#10 of 43 Museums in Malaga
Of Malaga's three world-class museums -- the Picasso, the Pompidou and this one -- the Carmen Thyssen may have been our favorite, largely because its pleasures were so unexpected.
There are so many museums to choose from in Malaga, however we were attracted by the Museu Carmen Thyssen as the building and its location right in the attractive pedestrian centre of Malaga, could be combined wit...
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#11 of 43 Museums in Malaga
Museums can leave us cold, but this is a gem... Obviously the day could start better if I went in the entry instead of the exit, but they politely put me right....! Ever so nicely laid out, with black curtains con...
The best bit about the museum is it's red rooms which have a selection of instruments you can play, piano, drums, violin, glockenspiel and didgeridoo to name but a few.
#12 of 43 Museums in Malaga
It is better than the Picasso Museums in Paris (minor works) and Barcelona (only from his early career), and we were very pleasantly surprised, in the city where he was born.
We have been to the major Museums devoted to Picasso in Paris and Barcelona, so we were eager to see this one in the city of his birth.
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#13 of 43 Museums in Malaga
very nice arranged, with museums, cultural centers, nice boasts, stores, restaurants..and Pompidou center.
There are now 5 major museums to visit and the Centre Pompidou is one of the most impressive.
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#14 of 43 Museums in Malaga
This museum is hidden away but well worth finding, its free entry but there is a bottle in reception for donations the recommended donation being three euros which is well worth it and more besides as it goes towa...
I brought my engine-loving husband to the museum as a treat for him, and found it was quite interesting for me too - the original airport terminal building is filled with flying memorabilia from the days when air...
#16 of 43 Museums in Malaga
There is a museum for major fans of flamenco, but the real deal here is the show, which is usually on Thursday and Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons.
#17 of 43 Museums in Malaga
We visited the museum in an hour, it was quite fascinating to see the wine-making procedure and history of Malaga.
To gain a greater appreciation for the history of wine production in the Malaga region, the Wine Museum is a must do.
#18 of 43 Museums in Malaga
This is a museums that goes back to the beginning and here the story of Picasso starts!
We visited this museum during the Blanco en Noche fiesta and even though we had to queue to get in due to its popularity it was well worth it!! Interesting intriguing and informative would be the best way to descr...
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#19 of 43 Museums in Malaga
The museum concentrates on the people, art and culture of Malaga and covets over 2000 years, using some great interactive areas for kids and grown ups.
I liked it moore than Picasso's Museum.
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#21 of 43 Museums in Malaga
A science museum with a large room stuffed with excellent hands on demonstrations (both our 1 and 2 year old loved it, but to be honest older children would have got more out of it), a compact decent Planetarium (...
Why is this place not packed?! Great science museum in Malaga
#25 of 43 Museums in Malaga
Culturally, this museum is a treasure trove.
#30 of 43 Museums in Malaga
But a trip to the Museum and talking with our Spanish friends explained away our feeling of discomforts.