The Museo de Málaga hosts a stunning collection of fine art and archeology to commemorate the rich history of the city.
The Museo de Málaga was inaugurated on 12th December 2016 in the impressive Palacio de la Aduana, bringing together the former Provincial Museum of Fine Arts and Provincial Archaeological Museum. The museum houses eight rooms, the first five dedicated to archaeology and the other three to fine arts. There are just over 2,000 pieces in the fine arts collection and more than 15,000 in the archaeology collection. Perhaps the highlight of the building it the terrace, where you can observe the work done to recovered the old two-story roof of the building, destroyed in a fire in 1912, and admire the stunning view of the Alcazaba. Make sure to visit this fascinating museum for to broaden your understanding of this city’s rich history.
Museo de Málaga
Plaza de la Aduana, S/N, 29015 Malaga