As one of the city’s most notable museums, there are several ways to experience the Centre Pompidou Málaga including photography or Picasso themed tours. Visit independently—or admire from a distance—during a hop-on hop-off bus ride, ideal if you’ve got limited time to spend in the region. Alternatively, stop by the Centre Pompidou Málaga as part of a group or private city tour—walking, Segway, and even electric car options are typically available. However you choose to arrive, booking skip-the-line admission tickets in advance can help you save time on the day.
Things to Know Before You Go
Skip potentially long lines on the day by visiting the Centre Pompidou Málaga with pre-booked, skip-the-line admission tickets.
Entry is typically free for all visitors on Sundays from 4pm ‘til closing time and free year-round for under-18s, the unemployed, and the disabled.
Last entry is always 30 minutes before closing time.
There’s an on-site cloakroom and gift shop, as well as both audio and guided tours at Centre Pompidou Málaga.
Centre Pompidou Málaga is accessible for both visually impaired visitors and wheelchair users.
How to Get There
Situated just a stone’s throw from both the city’s historic center and La Malagueta, the distinctive Centre Pompidou Málaga is both easily accessible on foot and well-connected by public transit. Several local buses pass by the museum, including the numbers 14, 25, 33, and 37, as well as the number 92 tourist bus and the Airport Express. There are also several nearby parking lots.
When to Get There
Centre Pompidou Málaga is open from Wednesday to Monday between the mid-morning and late evening, closing only for Christmas and New Year’s Day. Visit in the morning for a quieter experience or stop by the Centre Pompidou Málaga on Sundays after 4pm when entry is free for all if you don’t mind larger-than-average crowds. Last entry is always 30 minutes before closing time.
Art Galleries in Málaga
While many travelers choose to visit Málaga for its lively nightlife and laidback beaches, there are also plenty of art galleries to explore in this southern Spanish city. Celebrate Picasso—arguably Málaga’s most famous son—at the Picasso Museum or stop by the Contemporary Art Centre of Málaga (CAC) for a look at works by international artists such as Damien Hirst and Olafur Eliasson.
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