Malaga Carmen Thyssen Museum Tickets

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Get these tickets for the Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga and don't waste any time thanks to its queue-free service. This way, you'll have more time to discover and observe in detail the works of art inside.

You can walk among the works that Carmen Thyssen collected in her own home. These include all kinds of Spanish artists with works from the 19th and 20th centuries. Some of the most important names in this collection are Sorolla, Gómez Gil and Raimundo Madrazo . Due to the age of the building, it is also considered a historical monument.

  • Get these skip-the-line tickets to the Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga
  • See great Spanish works from the 19th and 20th centuries up close.
  • See the wooden ceilings and Andalusian courtyard of Carmen Thyssen's house.

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  • Entrance to the Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga
  • Guaranteed queue-free service
  • Access throughout the day of the reservation

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Visit the Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga thanks to these tickets. By purchasing in advance, you'll enjoy a guaranteed queue-free service, meaning you'll enter the museum directly. This will save you time and you will be able to dedicate yourself to seeing each work of art inside the museum.

Tickets are purchased for a specific day, but not for a specific time. You can enter at any time of the day during the museum's opening hours. There is also no time limit once you are inside, you can stay as long as you like.

The Museo Carmen Thyssen was formerly the home of Carmen Thyssen, but today it houses Carmen Thyssen's personal art collection. This woman collected Spanish works of art from the 19th and 20th centuries throughout her life, which are now on display to the general public.

Among this wide variety of works you will find world-famous names such as Joaquín Sorolla. However, other Spanish artists whose works are also on display, such as Guillermo Gómez Gil and Raimundo Madrazo, should not be overlooked either.

The building itself is also of cultural interest as it was built in the 16th century and has been meticulously preserved to this day. With its wooden ceilings and Andalusian courtyard you can see what architecture was like at that time.


· 264 Reviews
  • W
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    Good collection and exhibitions.
  • E
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    I love this museum, it is undoubtedly one of my favorites and the ones I have learned the most from. If you have the opportunity to go do not hesitate, it is a magical place full of history and art.
  • M
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    A must-see museum.
  • C
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    Nice museum with a very interesting collection. I had been wanting to know it for a while and finally I was given the opportunity. I am very happy to have gone, it is a place that I keep recommending to everyone who travels to Malaga.
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