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The Museo de Málaga is a museum in Málaga, Andalusia, Spain. Formed in 1973, it brought together the former Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes (Provincial Museum of Fine Arts), born in 1913, and Museo Arqueológico Provincial (Provincial Archeological Museum), born in 1947. As of 2010, the museum remains institutionally divided into two "sections" corresponding to the older museums. There are slightly over 2,000 pieces in the Fine Arts collection and over 15,000 in the Archeology collection. The museum opened to the public in December 2016, becoming the biggest museum in Andalusia and the 5th in Spain.
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The place is really big. There is a total of 3 floors. Admission is free but you will need a €1 coin for lockers to put your bags in. I'm not sure about pictures policy but I was able to take some so I think it's allowed. I would allow yourself about 2 hours for this museum maybe more to go through it fully of you like reading the descriptions and stuff. Really nice artefacts and art here. Highly recommend visiting.
This museum is free for EU citizens!!! You should never pass up the opportunity of free museum trips, and this one does not disappoint. There's a really interesting history of Spanish art, from probably mid-18th century with some really lovely paintings on the second floor. The top floor houses a whole bunch of archaeological stuff, such as pottery, weaponry and mosaics, which is not really my cup of tea, but worth a visit if its yours.
This was surprisingly interesting - and free entry if you're an EU citizen. The history going back to the Phoenicians was fascinating. Could have spent longer but it was our last day in Malaga and we had a plane to catch!
Interesting museum with art and archeology from Malaga's history. Well-displayed with detailed information panels in Spanish and English. Free for EU citizens.
I had to wait over 10 years whilst the museum was being renovated but it was worth it. One of the best museums I have visited in Spain. Good clear displays, information in Spanish and English. Free to EU citizens.
Excellent museum of the Malaga history and more! Worth to visit. Free entry for European citizens!!! Delightful was to see that this very modern building was designed to serve also customers in a wheelchair.
Who knew? This area has very rich history over last 3,000 years. Brilliant presentation.
A must-visit in Málaga that take you back through 2,000+ years of local history, plus an excellent art collection.
nice museum. there is lots to read and it offers a good history of the area. to do the full thing you need 2-3 hours
Interactive and informative. Lots of information in a small space! The courtyard is so, so beautiful.
Really interesting museum with lots to see. Fantastic store room, and archaeological finds are definitely worth the visit. Also, it's free for EU citizens! Go up to the restaurant on the top floor and see the great views of the Alcazaba too.
Free entry to all EU citizens. Good range of art on display. The archeology on the second floor is superb
Very nice museum. You qill meed around two of ours to visit the three floors. No entry fee...