Palacio de Buenavista
c/ San Agustín, 8
29015 Málaga, España
Tel: (34) 952 127600
Fax: (34) 952 127607
Tuesdays -Thursdays: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
Fridays - Saturdays: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
Sundays and Holidays: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.
December 24th and 31th: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Closed Mondays, December 25th, and January 1st.
The museum, funded by the Junta de Andalucia with the support of heirs of the Andalucian artist, is the fulfilment of a lifelong dream of the artist. A fact recently confirmed by his daughter-in-law, Christine and his grandson, Bernard, the principal driving forces behind the project, who explained that for them it is the result "of the people of Málaga's passion for the artist". In gratification for these feelings, both decided to donate or hand over part of their collections to the art gallery. Christine and Bernard Picasso have placed 204 pieces of work from their private collections at the disposal of the Picasso Museum in Málaga. According to Carmen Gimenez, the museum director, these are pieces that cover "all the creative periods of the artist's work", and include creations from his youth to those which he signed at the end of his life.
C/ Alcazabilla s/n
Phone +34 952 21 60 05
Opening hours: Monday-Saturday 9.30-19.00.
The Archaeological Museum is located in the castle/ fortress La Alcazaba. It contains important archaeological findings from the Phoenician era to the Moorish epoch. Many of the findings were found under the restoration of La Alcazaba and include Roman sculptures and mosaics, Arab ceramics and other pre-historical findings.
C/ Molina Lario s/n
Phone +34 952 22 03 45
Opening hours: Monday-Friday 9.00-19.00, Saturdays 9.00-18.00.
In the Cathedral museum you can find religious paintings, sculptures and manuscripts.
Museum of Fine Arts
Palace de la Aduana C/ San Agustin, 6.
Phone +34 952 21 83 82
Opening hours: Monday, Saturday and Sunday 9.00-14.00, Tuesday 15.00-21.00, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9.00-21.00.
The Museum of fine Arts is located in the old palace de la Aduana. In the lower plant you can find paintings, sculptures, furniture and ceramics from the Gothic, Renaissance, and the Baroque period (including works made by Ribera and Pedro Mena). The rest of the museum is dedicated to the Contemporary period primary with Malagueñas paintings.
Museum of Popular Arts and Customs
Mesón de la Victoria Pasillo de Santa Isabel, 10.
Phone +34 952 21 71 37
Opening hours: Monday-Friday 10.00-13.30 and 16.00-19.00 (or 17.00-20.00 during the summer) Saturday 10.00-13.30.
The Museum of popular Arts and Customs is dedicated to show how the everyday life has changed from the beginning of the 17th century until today. In the Museum it's possible to find clothes from different periods, examples of how they used to cook or prepare wine, the use decorations etc.
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