Natural spaces and buildings, as well as historical, artistic, documental and bibliographical property composes the Collection of the Municipal Heritage. In total, the collection comprises more tan 4,000 pieces.
At The Wine Museum you will learn everything there is to know about Málaga’s wine history. You will also discover where the production areas are located, what the different grape varieties in Málaga are and how the grape juice and wine are obtained and elaborated.
The CAC or Contemporary Art Centre in Málaga aims to spread both plastic and visual arts from the last third of the 20th Century until now. It is characterised by its dynamic nature and its emphasis on the dissemination of contemporary art and reflection on the issues involved in this field.
Jorge Rando Museum is the only museum in Spain which focuses on all aspects of Expressionism. The museum was founded with the intention of raising awareness of the work of Málaga painter Jorge Rando and of becoming an international benchmark for Expressionism.
The Museum Casa Natal de Picasso (Birthplace Museum) is located in plaza de la Merced, in the same building in which Picasso’s parents lived and where the artist learnt to paint. The collection of the Museo Casa Natal comprises almost all the creative periods of the artist from 1904 to 1971.
Malaga has grown as a cultural city in the last few years, being well known for its museums, and we want you to have the opportunity to check them out. Every Sunday these museums are free for a few hours before closing. A perfect way for you and your wallet to end your Sunday afternoon!
Opened in 2011, the museum is allocated in Palacio de Villalón, a conversion of a XIV century building that is home of 285 art works that belong to Baroness Thyssen. Carmen Thyssen has been an art collector since the 1980s, and Malaga is home now to her personal collection, which is different from the Thyssen family’s art collection shown at their museum in Madrid