Carmen Thyssen Museum, Malaga

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Carmen Thyssen Museum is an art museum in Malaga, Spain. The museum was opened in 2011 in the repurposed 16th century Baroque Palacio de Villalon, the building was also extended to the designs of the RG Arquitectos Asociados. The museum exhibits the art collection of the Carmen Cervera. The main focus of the museum is 19th-century Spanish paintings, some highlights of the collection on display are the ‘Penitent’ by Niccolo Frangipane and ‘Saint Marina’ by Francisco de Zurbaran.

Getting there

By bus, take the 2, 17, 20 or 30 to the ‘Puente de la Aurora’ stop which is a short walk away from the museum.

Opening Times and Admission

The museum is open six days of the week, Tuesday to Sunday 10am-8pm; Monday is a weekly day of closure. Admission to the museum is set at 6 euros for adults and 3.50 for concessions.

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  • Calle Compañía, 10, 29008 Málaga, Spain
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  • +34 902 30 31 31
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