It was built in 1861, and Picasso came into the world here in 1881. Picasso lived in Málaga until he was 10 years old, and the city had a profound effect on his memories, his personality, and his work. Tickets for the Museo Casa Natal Picasso offer you a thematic tour highlighting this family, social and cultural link between Pablo Picasso and Má...
- * Access to the permanent collection of Picasso Birthplace Museum
- * Access to temporary exhibitions
- * Audio guide
- * Big bags and suitcases aren't allowed in, but there are lockers onsite Getting There Bus: 1, 36 or 37 to Plaza de la Merced. * Under-18 and disabled visitors can get free tickets onsite * Reduced tickets onsite: 65+ and students <26 * Free entrance on 28 February, 18 May, 27 September, 25 October, and Sundays after 16:00
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