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. The first few museums we have on our list you can see for free, any time, any day, as long as they are open. As well as, every Sunday you can visit the rest of the museums on our list for free a few hours before closing. A perfect way for you and your wallet to end your Sunday afternoon!


FREE all day, every day! 

The museum has a collection comprised of more than 4,000 pieces. The aim of the museum is to give value to Málaga’s historic and artistic heritage, bring it closer to society and act as a broadcasting and supporting platform for local art.



FREE all day, every day! 

The centre was specifically created with the intention of becoming an international reference point and widening the cultural possibilities in the south of Spain.  The aim of the CAC is to spread both plastic and visual arts from the last third of the 20th Century until now.



FREE all day, every day! 

Jorge Rando Museum is the only museum in Spain which focuses on all aspects of Expressionism. Solely focused on the work of local artist Jorge Rando and his work as an international Expressionist.



FREE every day if you belong to the EU and only 1,50€ if you don’t!

Museum of Málaga

The Museum of Malaga takes you on a trip back in time to Prehistory, the colonization of the Phoenicians, the roman period or the establishment of the Islamic regime in Al-Ándalus. You will get to know more about the history of the museum and its historical and cultural possessions, as well as the work of artists who left a lasting impression in Málaga from the 19th Century until today.


FREE every Sunday from 4 pm until closing time at 8 pm

The collection of the Russian Museum in Malaga is the first headquarters in Western Europe of the prestigious Russian State Museum of St. Petersburg. It is housed in the Tabacalera building, next to the Automobile and Fashion Museum, making it easy to visit both museums on the same day.



FREE every Sunday from 4 pm until closing time

Museo Picasso Málaga

Picasso Museum has its home at the Palace of Condes de Buenavista, a National Monument from the XVI century. The museum has more than 200 pieces on display by the painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso. Throughout the collection, you can admire the innovative styles and techniques that Picasso mastered and that changed the course of modern art.


FREE every Sunday from 5 pm until closing at 8 pm

Museo Carmen Thyssen

The Carmen Thyssen Museum is allocated in Palacio de Villalón, a conversion of a XIV century building home of 285 artworks that belong to Baroness Carmen Thyssen. Carmen Thyssen has been an art collector since the 1980’s and Málaga is home now to her personal collection, which is focused on the different genres of 19th Century Spanish painting, highlighting Andalusian works.


FREE every Sunday from 4 pm until closing at 8 pm

Centre Pompidou

Centre Pompidou Museum in Malaga offers a tour through XXI and XX century art with one of the most important collections of the modern and contemporary world. The Pompidou Centre had multidisciplinary programs dedicated to dance, representation, words and cinema, with the help of devices intended for a young public.


FREE every Sunday from 10am to 2pm

Museo Revello de Toro

The Revello de Toro Museum permanently exhibits the collection which the famous portrait artist and figurative painter Félix Revello de Toro has left to his native city. The collection contains 142 works of which 104, including oil paintings, sketches and drawings belong to the Revello de Toro Museums permanent collection.