Avoid queues and buy your tickets online.
9,5 € / 7,5 € reduced
Children under age 17*, job seekers* and persons with disabilities*.
Every Sunday, two hours before closing. Day of Andalusia (28 February). International Museum Day (18 May). World Tourism Day (27 September). Anniversary of the museum’s inauguration in 2003 (27 October).
0€ / Audioguide 1€
The price of all general and concessionary tickets includes the audio guide.
· Seniors over age 65
· European Youth Card holders
· Students under age 26
· Children under age 17
· Persons with disabilities (and their companion, if necessary, with proof of degree of disability)
· Job seekers registered with SEPE (Spanish Public Employment Service)
· Students enrolled at the University of Málaga (UMA)
· ICOM members
Free admission every Sunday, two hours before closing. Day of Andalusia (28 February). International Museum Day (18 May). World Tourism Day (27 September). Anniversary of the museum’s inauguration in 2003 (27 October).
Discounts and gratuities will only be applied to the rates to visit the Museum, not to cultural or educational activities.
We’re in the historic centre of Málaga, very close to the Cathedral, the Alcazaba and the Roman Theatre.
The nearest stops are:
To the south, Paseo del Parque-Ayuntamiento
To the north, Plaza de la Merced
More information at http://www.emtmalaga.es/
The nearest public car parks are:
Plaza de la Marina and Alcazaba
More information at http://www.smassa.eu/
Plan your visit
Open every day
March–June: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
July–August: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
September–October: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
November–February: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Last entry 20 minutes before closing. Galleries are cleared 10 minutes before closing. The shop/bookshop shuts its doors 15 minutes before closing.
Special opening hours
24 and 31 December and 5 January: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
25 December, 1 January and 6 January: closed
Laurels, geraniums, orange trees and bougainvillea bloom in the museum garden, a peaceful oasis in the heart of historic Málaga, isolated from the hustle and bustle of city life. The perfect place to make a stop and let your senses revel in the gurgling water of the fountain or the bells at the neighbouring church of San Agustín.
Café. A Mediterranean menu with something for everyone.
Specialised in Picasso and his time, the museum shop/bookshop stocks numerous volumes published by the Museo Picasso Málaga as well as an ample selection of art books, gifts, posters, stationery, decorative and textile products, accessories and a variety of articles for children and teens. The perfect stop for booklovers and anyone looking for an original souvenir or gift.
The Malaga of Picasso