Malaga: Picasso’s Birthplace Museum Entrance Ticket
- Skip the ticket line
- Valid: 1 day
- Optional audio guide
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Central to the historic part of the town the Picasso museum was an enjoyable way to pass a couple of hours. Laid out chronologically, you could trace the artist's development to his latter years - the audio guide was more than helpful. The on-site cafe was cheap and cheerful with seating indoors and in a patio area. Well worth a visit.
it was nice experience to see how the way of painting changing through the years. I loved mostly paintings with small details - great work! it is so easy for us to capture the moment but for them it took months or years. That was my experience, was it worth the money? I don't know. I had a feeling that I missed something.
It was only worth it because Picasso lived in Malaga. Very quick to see everything. You can purchase tickets the day off and if you’ve purchased them online you can skip the line and go directly inside. It does not indicate this anywhere so people with ticket wait the same line...
Nice museum, although the audio guide was sometimes a bit hard to follow (we didn't find all the numbers). Quite small museum, but perfect if you want to take a quick peek to Picasso's works.
Is a delightful museum with a great collection of very varied Picasso works. Facilities are great we especially loved the cafe with it's stylish garden with orange trees and geranium pots