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. However the museum only exhibits 94, the most relevant.

The Municipal Heritage Museum, know as MUPAM, has a triple aim:

  • Give value to Málaga’s historic and artistic heritage.
  • Bring it close to society.
  • Act as a broadcasting and supporting platform for local art, especially for contemporary artists.

The museum is divided in three rooms or “salas”, ordered chronologically. In “Sala I” we find pieces that belong to the history of the city from the 15th to the 18th century. In “Sala II” the collection comprises works from the 19th century. This was a period of economical, social an cultural development for Málaga. And last, “Sala III” focuses on the 20th century. It is the biggest collection of the Municipal Heritage Museum and we can find some of Picasso’s works, among other local artists.

Open:

Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 2 pm and from 5 pm to 8 pm

Closed:

Every Monday

Including: December 25th, January 1st and 6th.

December 24th and January 5th will be closed in the afternoon.

¡Free Admission! 💃🏻

Adress: Avenida de Cervantes, 4 Málaga – 29016

Web: http://museodelpatrimoniomunicipal.malaga.eu/portal/menu/portada/portada

Teléfono: (34) 951 92 60 10

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