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Museo Picasso Malaga Entrance Ticket
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Museo Picasso Malaga Entrance Ticket
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Reviewed today

The main exhibition is €8 for adult. It's a timeline of Picasso's life and the works he did during each period of his life. There is a decent amount of art but barely any masterpieces that I suspect are in other museums around the world....More

Thank travelbonkers44
Reviewed yesterday

On the day we visited,we unexpectedly were treated to an exhibition of Picasso and Fellini. The price was reasonable. The sketches and paintings were not abundant, but the ones on display were interesting. My wife's reaction was, "Picasso was a dirty man."

Thank luvelymess
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

A limited range of paintings with descriptions so small they were impossible to read. The gallery lures you into paying to see 3 different sections at nearly 20 euros when in reality they should be part of one and the same exhibition. Considering Picasso was...More

Thank HenryDiddle
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Like all museums, this one is different as you can joined the group tour upon purchasing your ticket at the counter. You will get a sticker and the attendance were limited. Our guide was so knowledgeable and shown such a passion on the arts and...More

Thank Nai B
Reviewed 6 days ago

Enjoyed much more than the Picasso Museum in Barcelona. Works are different. I felt we're rushed and pushed along in Barcelona, but this one in Malaga was more relaxed. It is a rather small two story museum, but with some great Picasso works. We had...More

Thank HeaveNEarth
Reviewed 1 week ago

Unfortunately most of Picasso's masterpieces are in other art galleries in cities all over the world. You get a portable guide, the exhibition is a chronology of picasso's life. No photography allowed. Tickets cost 8 euros each children 16 and under free

Thank derek12Tonbridge
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you’re anywhere near Malaga, don’t miss the Picasso Museum. It’s located in the Old City on a charming street in an old Spanish villa. The only thing that might have made the Museum better would be to house the collection in an architectural style...More

1  Thank sculptor-for-fun
Reviewed 1 week ago

Just a few days before our visit, we visited Picasso Museum in Barcelona. If you're looking to compare the two--I'd say that the collection here in Malaga is more diverse view of Picasso's works throughout his life. But they are both very good in their...More

1  Thank Trinity100
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Unless you absolutely have to see mediocre Picasso artworks, don't bother with this museum. Divided into two small collections which take about 10 minutes each to see make this not worth the entry paid. Also no photos allowed in the museum so free publicity by...More

1  Thank Jame755home
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It took a bit long to reach the pay desk. The museum is EUR 8 and the temporary art is 6,5. Buy it together and it is 12.50. You can leave bags and jackets there as well. Entering the patio you can grab a free...More

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Linda D
6 December 2017|
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Response from Richard W | Reviewed this property |
I don’t know. But obtaining tickets for Picasso are not like obtaining tickets for the Alhambra. We just walked in.
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MiriChavez
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KarenInSF
16 November 2015|
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Response from Robert M | Reviewed this property |
There was a queue when we went, but it was quick enough, we didn't wait long.
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