This is one of the most popular museums in the city, frequented as much by locals as tourists. The lovely building itself was ... More
Museo del Ferrocarril
This is one of the most popular museums in the city, frequented as much by locals as tourists. The lovely building itself was opened as a railway station in 1880. It's interesting to see - through the steam, diesel and electric engines - how elegant and efficient train travel used to be. Most of the rolling-stock is so valuable that it has been declared of national cultural interest and is protected from destruction by statute. Other interesting items include old clocks, passenger cars, etchings, lamps, tools and much more. Look out for the working scale models, temporary exhibitions and children's activities.
One of the few spaces available for contemporary art in Malaga, Museo del Patrimonio Municipal de Málaga opened in 1999,
with three floors to house temporary exhibitions organized by the Town Hall's cultural department. Paintings, sculptures and photographs by ...
This building was once the Buen Retiro Palace's ballroom. The palace no longer exists and the ballroom now belongs to
the Museo del Prado (Prado Museum). It houses a collection of 19th century paintings by artists such as Madrazo, ...
The Museo Arqueológico contains thousands of pre historic artifacts and remains from ancient civilizations based in Italy, Greece, Cyprus, and
Egypt. One of the highlights is the museum's reproduction of the Altamira caves in northern Spain with their fascinating ...