Travel Reservation Hotline

Call and Book Your Hotel Now!

Domestic Toll-Free for US and Canada: 1-800-997-1438

Worldwide: +1-817-983-0682

Malaga Museums

Malaga has rightly been called ‘the city of Museums’, be it a Bullfighting museum, Picasso museum or a Music museum or an art exhibition centres the sheer variety will leave you amazed.

Whatever your penchant is, whether it is 19th-century paintings, glass, archaeology, wine or modern art, you will find a museum that will cater to your interests.

Thousands of tourists, students and art connoisseurs visit the city to observe and study the objects that are displayed in the museums of Malaga. A wide range of well-known sculptors, artists and painters have been featured at the museums in Malaga. A visit to the museums should be on the top of every tourist's list.

Museo Jorge Rando

Museum Jorge Rando (Museo Jorge Rando)

Museum Jorge Rando (Museo Jorge Rando)

The Jorge Rando Museum is the first of its kind in Spain. The museum represents expressionist art and is devoted to the painter Jorge Rando and his work. The museum focuses on learning and propagation of the works of Jorge Rando, and also represents diverse art forms such as paintings, sculpture, philosophy, architecture, literature, films and music. The museum is located close to the Monastery of Mercy, and was designed by the architect D. Manuel Rivera Valentin.

Address: Calle Cruz del Molinillo, 12, 29013 Málaga, Spain
Tel.: +34 952 210 991

Picasso Foundation  (Fundación Picasso)
Palickap/CC BY-SA 4.0

Picasso Foundation (Fundación Picasso)

Pablo Picasso, the great painter was born in Malaga in 1881. His five storey house has now become the headquarter of The Fundacion Picasso - a foundation that promotes, encourages and provides historians the resources to do research on Picasso's work. The Museum contains over 3,500 pieces of ceramics and graphic artworks dedicated to the Spanish painter, but also to other protagonists of modern art.

Address: Plaza de la Merced, 15, 29012 Malaga, Spain.

Interactive Music Museum - MIMMA (Museo Interactivo de la Música)
Mikey 111/CC BY-SA 4.0

Interactive Music Museum - MIMMA (Museo Interactivo de la Música)

MIMMA has some of the best private collections in Europe, with about 300 instruments ranging from different periods of history, countries and civilisations. It is also one of the most interactive museums that offer a variety of cultural and musical ensembles throughout the year.

Address: Calle Beatas, 15, 29008 Malaga, Spain.

Municipal Museum (Museo del Patrimonio Municipal)
Miwipedia/CC BY-SA 4.0

Municipal Museum (Museo del Patrimonio Municipal)

The museum was started with the thought of displaying Malaga's long & eventful history through art pieces, documents of great historical value, paintings, graphics and an extensive library. Started in the Town Hall in 1487, the museum till this date has been able to unify a substantial collection of over 4,000 pieces.

Address: Paseo de Reding, 1, 29016 Malaga, Spain.

Museum Revello de Toro (Museo Revello de Toro)

Museum Revello de Toro (Museo Revello de Toro)

The Revello de Toro museum is situated on the Cistercian street in the notable centre of Malaga. The museum derives its name from the famous painter Felix Revello de Toro, and is dedicated to his work. The museum was launched in November 2010, and houses about 132 works of the artist. The artist was well known for his paintings depicting the various forms and moods of a woman, and the museum contains grand examples of the same.

Address: Calle Afligidos, 5, 29015 Malaga, Spain.

The Picasso Museum (Museo Picasso Málaga)

The Picasso Museum (Museo Picasso Málaga)

The Picasso Home Museum or Museo Casa Natal is a public foundation established on the 26th of February 1988 under the decision of the City Council. The building was built in 1861 and in 1997 it went through a series of renovations. Classic pieces of Picasso are on display, as well as ceramics and sketches.

Located in the centre of the city and near the historic monuments, the museum is just a few minutes away from the Cervantes Theatre and is a part of an urban structure, the Casas de Campos. During the restoration of the building, Roman and Phoenician ruins were found and these are displayed in the basement.

Address: Palacio de Buenavista, Calle San Agustín, 8, 29015 Malaga, Spain.

Museum of Glass and Crystal (Museo del Vidrio y Cristal de Málaga)

Museum of Glass and Crystal (Museo del Vidrio y Cristal de Málaga)

Situated inside a palatial 18th century house, the Museum of Glass and Crystal represents art by the means of beautiful crystals and glass. The museum contains more than 3000 pieces of art which can be categorised into paintings, glass objects, furniture, decorative items, etc. The museum arranges many workshops and events, and strives to promote the art of local artisans and craftsmen.

Address: Plazuela Santísimo Cristo de la Sangre, 2, 29012 Malaga, Spain.

Recommended Activities

Cordoba Day Trip

Duration: 15 hours (approx.)
Find Out More »

Malaga Segway Tour

Duration: 1 to 2 hours (approx.)
Find Out More »

Sign up to our Newsletter