Add dates

Picasso’s Birthplace Museum

Picasso’s Birthplace Museum: Our most recommended tours and activities

Malaga: City Tour by Electric Tuk-Tuk

1. Malaga: City Tour by Electric Tuk-Tuk

Embark on an electric tuk-tuk tour of Malaga and discover some of the main highlights of the city. Enjoy the perfect introduction to Malaga as your guide recommends places to visit during your stay. Admire the exterior of some of Malaga's most iconic landmarks including the Gibralfaro Castle, the Alcazaba, and the Pompidou Museum. Ride through La Malagueta Beach and Marina Square. See the Bank of Spain, and La Malagueta bullring. Explore the streets of Malaga.

Malaga: Picasso’s Birthplace Museum Entrance Ticket

2. Malaga: Picasso’s Birthplace Museum Entrance Ticket

Enjoy entrance to the Museo Casa Natal de Picasso in Malaga. Wander through the temporary exhibition, and see interesting personal mementos from Picasso’s life. The first floor displays works by the artist and his father, Jose Ruiz Blasco. See the library and research center, with an expansive archive on the artist and his work. As well as Picasso’s prints and ceramics, you can see his graphic art from 1931 to 1971 and illustrated books. The museum contains over 3,500 examples of contemporary art by more than 200 artists, including a large selection of graphic art by Miró, Bacon, Ernst, Matta, and more. Contemporary artists from the 1950s to the present day are also represented.

Malaga: History of Picasso Guided Walking Tour

3. Malaga: History of Picasso Guided Walking Tour

You will meet your guide in Plaza de la Merced, where Picasso spent the first ten years of his life. You will see the building where he was born, which now hosts the Picasso’s Birthplace Museum. Then you will walk around relevant places in the life of Picasso and his family and learn interesting facts about the most famous citizen from Malaga: How was his life back then in Malaga? Who was his family? What inspired his artwork? You will find out during the tour! You will discover the most relevant places in the city related to Picasso's life but also the main monuments of Malaga, like the Cathedral, the Alcazaba Fortress, the Roman Theatre or the bullring that inspired Picasso`s first oil painting. All of them have a fascinating history which you will get to know. Finally, your guide will give you useful tips and advice to get the most out of your stay in the city.

Malaga: Guided tour of Picasso's Birthplace Museum

4. Malaga: Guided tour of Picasso's Birthplace Museum

Visit the Birthplace Museum in Buenavista Palace on this Malaga tour. Discover a collection of the artist's work and take a deeper look into the personal life of Picasso.  Meet your guide and learn about the most influential artist from Malaga of the 20th century. Stroll through 285 works donated by Picasso's family. Admire the craftsmanship of drawings, engravings, and ceramic pieces.  Explore the artists origins and personal life with the help of your guide. Meet the Picasso family and imagine what life was like for the artist in the 19th century. Find out what role the artist's father played in this work. Listen to anecdotes and commentary on the life of Picasso to gain deeper insight into the artist. After the tour, spend some time walking around the museum on your own.

Málaga: Panoramic Private Tour by Car with Photo Stops

5. Málaga: Panoramic Private Tour by Car with Photo Stops

We start from your Hotel,Apartment or the Port, The driver and the guide will be waiting for you. In this panoramic tour we will have several stops to take pictures with the comfort of having near the car and with explanations of our official guide. 1.Enjoy stunning views of the Port of Málaga and the Historic Quarter. Then moving on to Mercado Atarazanas (Ataranzas Market), so called because it occupies the site where the Nasrid shipyards (i.e. ataranzas) stood. The main gate has been preserved. They say that, if you want to know a city well, the first thing you should do is visit the market. ( Here we will have our First PhotoStop if the Market open we can go inside ) 2.Calle Larios and Plaza la constitución make the iconic Calle Larios, Málaga's main shopping street where the world's leading brands have their stores. Next, follow it as far as Plaza de la Constitución, the heart of the city's historical quarter. 3.The Cathedral : Although work on the Cathedral began during the Gothic period (16th Century) on the site of the old Arab mosque, the building is in the Renaissance style and is still unfinished . 3.The Alcazaba, built between the 11th and 15th centuries, was the fortress-palace of the Moorish rulers. It is located on the site of an earlier Phoenician building at the foot of Mount Gibralfaro, a privileged spot overlooking the city.( Entrance fee included ) 4.The Roman Theatre, an essential sight. Built in the first century BC, it was in use until the third century AD After its recent restoration, Málaga's Roman Theatre regained its use as a performance space. 5. Plaza de la Merced where it joins the Málaga Picasso Route. Objective: Fundación Picasso (Picasso Foundation) Museo Casa Natal. (Picasso's Birthplace Museum) 6.Castillo de Gibralfaro where you can enjoy a panoramic view of Málaga .

Malaga : Picasso in Malaga Walking Tour

6. Malaga : Picasso in Malaga Walking Tour

Discover the legacy of Pablo Picasso and his works, which can still be found all around Malaga. Find out interesting facts about the bohemian artist while you enjoy a glass of wine at his favorite bar. Learn about some of Picasso's most famous pieces, his importance to the arts, and his life in Malaga. Visit Plaza de la Merced, Picasso’s birthplace, and experience it from a different perspective. Look around the amazing Picasso Museum, examine Picasso his works all around the city, and listen for interesting facts and stories told by your knowledgeable guide.

Other Sightseeing Options in Picasso’s Birthplace Museum

Want to discover all there is to do in Picasso’s Birthplace Museum? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Picasso’s Birthplace Museum

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 125 reviews

Best part of Malaga is to see it from a Tuk-Tuk. It was fun, informative and a great experience. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable about the city, and shared many tips of things to do in the city.

It was a great experience. Highly recommended David is very friendly and he knows very well the city. He offered good advice about restaurants and what we can visit in Malaga and nearby.

we recommend everyone to do this trip. this gives you a good basis to explore the city well. friendly guides who gave us a lot of interesting information. MANY THANKS!

Very nice tour to get a good impression from the city. Nice guide and good electric tuktuk! We loved it!

It is a nice way to see the highlights of Malaga in a short time. Jaime was an enthousiastic guide.