Museo Casa Natal de Picasso, Malaga

(2.9/5 based on 440 reviews on the web)
Museo Casa Natal de Picasso displays works by the great artist Picasso, of course, but also collections from other artists. Picasso lived here during his childhood, and you can see the very rooms where he spent his time. Try to connect his childhood hobbies to the visual themes he explored as an adult. Don’t forget to snap a picture with the statue of the artist himself outside. An audio guide is included with the price of entrance. Museo Casa Natal de Picasso is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Malaga Edition.
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  • Definitely not one of those sights in town. The birthplace of Picasso nothing outstanding ... it is sufficient in my view a picture from the outside. Visit cost about 4 euro
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  • The native House of Picasso is located on a beautiful square and is a must to visit, if you in Malaga. Information about his life is relatively limited, but it feels to have been in the birth House, worth and it does not cost any hours!
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  • The entire Museum can be seen in 15-20 minutes, but it is interesting to see where Pablo Picasso was born and raised.
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  • Small and ok. Unfortunatly moldtoxins in the air. I had to leave after a few minutes due to sickness from moldtoxins.
  • It is a great way to really understand Picasso the art is arranged by style. Get the Audio tour it's a must
  • This museum is less about Picasso paintings and more about his life in Málaga (although there are some paintings too). It's free on Sundays and worth a visit, but would not pay the full admission fee unless you're an art enthusiast
  • A small museum that essentially describes Picasso's life. Those who are mainly interested in his art has not much to get here, but should instead go to the Picasso Museum. A bit of a tourist trap.
  • Recorded guide does not follow or relate enough to the pictures and exhibits on display.