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Museo Picasso Malaga, Malaga
(3.6/5 based on 3,800+ reviews on the web)
Visit the birthplace of one of Spain’s most renowned artists at the Museo Picasso Malaga. Located in a historic 16th-century palace, the museum holds a collection of 285 works donated by members of Picasso’s family. Tour the galleries to see his various paintings, sculptures, and drawings or browse the museum’s library, which boasts over 800 titles on Picasso, to learn his history and development as an artist. Have a coffee while enjoying the shade of the orange trees on the relaxing cafe terrace. To visit Museo Picasso Malaga on your holiday in Malaga, and find out what else Malaga has to offer, use our Malaga travel itinerary maker.
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  • The exhibition is small but set in a beautiful building with pleasant court yard to enjoy your lunch from the in-house cafe. 
  • Picasso you don't get piece: even with moderate work continues this artist above. You get an excellent insight into the different styles of Picasso and you feel everywhere the drive with which he has paid itself for decades on his work. A compact exhibition in a nice building. And fair prices.
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  • The museum is small, but pleasant. Good lighting. I found some of the works to be remarkable. Enjoyable experience, overall. Avoid weekends, when it's crowded. 
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  • After an aborted attempt (insane queues!!) to visit during the free period (6-8pm Sundays), I returned first thing Monday morning and had the place almost entirely to myself until lunch time when the hordes returned once more. According to Google, people typically spend about 2 hours here. I spent almost 4 hours, including about 45 minutes in the Pollock temporary exhibition. It was wonderful, and, without the crowds, I could easily have spent 4 hours with the Picasso exhibition. The staff are friendly and helpful, most seem to be multilingual, the audio guide is informative and the collection is rather wonderful. Highly recommend a visit.
  • Loved this museum. It had a nice variety of his work that I did not know about. Paintings and drawings, of course, but also ceramics and sculpture that was surprising to see. I did not know he was so diversified. The audio was wonderful to have. No picture taking allowed except for the grounds outside which aren't all that interesting. Nice gift shop as well. Worth a trip and only takes about an hour.
  • Nice collection out of different Picasso periods. Don't forget to visit the cellar, it has some old ruins to see. Nobody will tell you
  • Adults 7Eu and children free. Audio guides in multiple languages. Lovely building, Ceilings and interesting art.
  • It's a good museum ; well put together with a good flow and a nice collection. It does lack a 'exceptional' piece to be truly great. Regularly has cool exhibitions as well and reasonably priced for that sort of thing. Worth a visit.