Explore Malaga Picasso Museum

Art enthusiasts, you can’t miss this! Explore the spectacular collection of artwork by Pablo Picasso in Buenavista Palace with Picasso Museum tickets. Save time and skip the long queues by booking your Museo Picasso Málaga tickets online. You will instantly get the voucher ticket on your mobile which you can simply show at the entry for a hassle-free experience. With your tickets, you can explore the permanent exhibition of Picasso’s best works on display with over 200 artworks by the brilliant artist. So, what are you waiting for? Get booking!
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Our tips for Museo Picasso Málaga

  • Book tickets in advance. Being a popular attraction, tickets can be difficult to get during the peak tourist season. Therefore, it is recommended to book tickets in advance.
  • Check for current exhibitions. The museum hosts temporary exhibitions from time to time. It is recommended to check the website and plan your visit accordingly.
  • Follow the rules. While photography of the museum's permanent collection is allowed, it is not permitted in the temporary exhibitions.
  • Take some souvenirs home. Before leaving, make sure to stop by the museum's gift shop, which offers a range of distinctive souvenirs and gifts inspired by Picasso and his creations.
  • Plan ahead. If you are a passionate admirer of Picasso, it is recommended to allocate more time to fully appreciate the vast collection of artwork on display. Plan your visit accordingly, and make sure to allow for at least two hours to explore the museum's collections.

Good to know

The Palacio de Buenavista, a historical building dating back to the 16th century, underwent renovations to house the collections of the Museo Picasso Málaga. Featuring paintings, drawings, sculptures, ceramics, and prints, the museum's collection comprises over 200 works by Pablo Picasso from different periods of his career, spanning his early years to his later works. The Museo Picasso Málaga also holds temporary exhibitions showcasing the works of other artists, including contemporary and classical pieces.

After years of planning and restoration on the Palacio de Buenavista, the Museo Picasso Málaga opened its doors to the public in 2003. Apart from its permanent and temporary exhibitions, the museum offers educational programs and cultural events, such as concerts, talks, and workshops.

A courtyard with a 200-year-old magnolia tree and a fountain is present within the museum's premises. This serene area offers visitors a relaxing and peaceful environment to take a break from their tour.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Museo Picasso Málaga?

    Since Museo Picasso Málaga is an indoor attraction, you can visit it any time of the year. However, you can avoid the peak tourist season between June and September to avoid the worst crowds. Also, make sure to arrive early at the museum for a hassle-free visit devoid of the crowds.

  • Q: How do I reach Museo Picasso Málaga?

    The best way to reach Museo Picasso Málaga is by bus. Several bus lines including 1, 3, 16, 19, 24, 27, and 35 will take you to a stop near the museum. You can also reach the museum by car but keep in mind that parking may be difficult around the museum. Taxis are readily available to drop you directly at the museum. If you are staying in the historic center of Malaga, you can reach the museum on foot.

  • Q: What are the opening hours of Museo Picasso Málaga?

    The museum is open from 10 am to 7 pm from March to June and September to October. From July to August and November to February, it is open till 6 pm.

  • Q: How much is the entry ticket to Museo Picasso Málaga?

    The regular admission fee is €9 and there are discounted rates for students, seniors, and groups. Additionally, children under the age of 16 can enter the museum for free.

  • Q: How long does a typical tour of the Museo Picasso Málaga take?

    The time taken for a typical tour of the Museo Picasso Málaga may vary depending on several factors, including the group size, the tour's pace, and the visitors' level of interest in the exhibits. That being said, most visitors usually spend approximately 1.5 to 2 hours exploring the museum's extensive collection of over 200 works by Pablo Picasso, alongside the temporary exhibitions that are changed periodically. If you are a great admirer of Picasso and want to fully appreciate each artwork, you may require additional time. On the other hand, if you have limited time, you can concentrate on the museum's highlights and complete your visit in about an hour.

  • Q: Does the museum have a gift shop?

    Yes, the museum has a gift shop where you can buy a range of unique souvenirs and gifts inspired by Picasso’s work.

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