Museums

Picasso Foundation Birthplace Museum skip-the-line-tickets

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Availability: Daily
Duration: 1 day
Printed ticket only
Do this because
  • A collection with more of four thousand pieces by over 200 different artists
  • Picasso’s sketchbooks in preparation for 'Las señoritas de Aviñón'
  • Various original objects, family souvenirs and pieces made by Picasso
  • A continuous program of temporary exhibitions and cultural activities
What to expect

In 1881, Pablo Picasso, the most important artist of the 20th century, was born at No. 15 Plaza de la Merced. Declared an Artistic-Historical Monument of National Interest in 1983, the Birthplace and Museum started out on the first floor, and now occupies the whole of the building. Since 2005, there is also another exhibition room at No. 13 of this same square.

During its existence, the Pablo Ruiz Picasso Foundation has compiled a collection of works of art featuring over four thousand pieces by over 200 different artists. These include Picasso’s sketchbooks in preparation for 'Las señoritas de Aviñón', the only sketchbooks of this kind contained in a Spanish collection, dating from 1907.

Its exhibition rooms contain various original objects, family souvenirs, and pieces made by the artist that document the family, social, and cultural ties of Pablo Picasso with the place he was born. The birthplace and home of Pablo Ruiz Picasso also houses a specialist library and offers a continuous program of temporary exhibitions and cultural activities.

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What's included
  • Entrance ticket (permanent collection and temporary exhibitions)
  • Audio guide
What's not included
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Transport
  • Food and drinks
Where

Calle Merced, 2, 29012 Málaga, Spain

Meeting point:

Plaza de la Merced, 15 - 29012 Málaga Buses 36, 1, 37 and Circular 2.

What to remember
  • On the day of your visit, you must exchange your printed voucher for your combined tickets at the ticket office
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When
  • Daily, from 9.30am to 8.00pm (including bank holidays)
  • 24 and 31 December
  • Closed: 1 January and 25 December
  • Admission will end 15 minutes before the closing of the museum
  • Admission is free on the 28 February, 18 May, 27 September, 25 October

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Provider
Agencia Pública para la gestión de la Casa Natal de Pablo Ruiz Picasso y otras equipamientos museísticos y culturales
Booking fee
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Cancellation policy
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