Category: Spain museums
Malaga Museum is one of the cultural institutions with the longest tradition in the capital of Malaga, with a history which dates back to the foundation of the Provincial Museums of Fine Arts in 1905 to which can be added Provincial Archaeology Museum in 1947 and united since 1973 as a more powerful institution in both its collections and presence in the province.
Malaga City Council plans to house part of the Thyssen-Bornemisza collection in the Palacio de Villalón. The collection is made up of 358 Spanish and Andalusian paintings from the 19th century.
This museum is located in the heart of Malaga, in the former Victoria Tavern, a building that dates back to the 17th century. Following completion of its purchase in 1974, the building was restored and refurbished as a museum, inaugurated in 1976.
Principia is an interactive science centre which sets out to explain science and technology to the public in an entertaining way without losing any of the rigour of its contents. The science centre PRINCIPIA is organised around various areas: