The most famous arteworks are not here, and many of them are on loan. Microfone/Speaker guide is useful but not comfortable. Price is right, the location is controlled and clean.
About Fundacion Picasso - Museo Natal
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We came here with a tour guide which is a good idea. He connected this place and others in Malaga with Picasso. Interesting to find out about the influence of his father on his artistic talent and about his many romances. Steps away from this...More
This small museum is situated in the house where Picasso was born. Really interesting to hear about the early years of Picasso's life and his development into one of the most famous artists and Spaniards in the world. Great for art lovers and interesting to...More
Málaga’s most famous resident is, unsurprisingly, Pablo Ruiz Picasso. Though his father’s surname was Ruiz, he chose the alliterative last name of his mother: Picasso. Diagonally across from Plaza de la Merced, this was the apartment building Pablo Picasso was born, on the second floor....More
I agree with one of the other reviewers that you need to be a real Picasso fan to find this place of much interest. It is not particularly dynamic and the recorded information on the handset is confusing at times.
Only for Picasso lovers, I am not a lover of picasso so quick review, small apartment to expensive and just making a buck off the guy. English commentary from earphones. sketches to paintings, up too you really.
On the corner of the Plaza de la Merced is the apartment where Pablo Picasso was born and lived for about 3 years. There are a few paintings displayed and some artifacts and memorabilia which might have belonged to the family. I'm afraid to say...More
Save time: skip this and go straight to the Picasso Museum 5 minutes away on foot. Yes, this is the birthplace of Pablo Picasso. You quickly find out however that he only lived there for a few years as a child. The exhibits include diverse...More