Museo Casa Natal de Picasso, Malaga

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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. For Museo Casa Natal de Picasso and beyond, use our Malaga travel route planner to get the most from your Malaga vacation.
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  • To visit this House was a place of no. 1 in Malaga-as it turned out, in the native House of the genius of the artist more exhibits related to family life Picasso than creations of the artist himself. Nevertheless, the visit turned out to be informative, the same day when the entry was free-requested only 1 euro for an audio guide. It is forbidden to take pictures inside!
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  • Very good Museum has recommend, there are all the works of Picasso, it right has a personal guide, which boils down to one simple handset speaking the language of the work you want
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  • The most famous arteworks are not here, and many of them are on loan. Microfone/Speaker guide is useful but not comfortable. Price is right, the location is controlled and clean.  more »
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  • Just been there ,gives a bit of insight into how his mind worked (definitely a mummy's boy). Worth the visit only €3 or €4 if you include the add on exhibition down the road about his stalker from Barcelona( Couldn't have had restaining orders in these days). If you go on a Sunday after 4pm it's free as are other places in the city. I cannot comment on the Art as I have a science background and to me the cubism reminds me of somebody superimposed on a brain. Still as they say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Enjoy but don't take it to seriously.
  • I was expecting to see more of Picasso house however only few props. The ticket for me was free however knowing what inside i wouldn't have paid.
  • Amazing museum, and interior is beautiful as well. Very recommended.
  • It's a very small museum. The temporary exhibition downstairs was only a few drawings, but well worth it. Upstairs are four restored rooms with memorabilia. Concessions tickets are available, and audio guide is included with the admission, so that's nice.
  • Interesting, a very different view on the person instead of on the artist Picasso.

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