Het Museo Automovilístico de Málaga is een museum van wereldklasse gewijd aan de geschiedenis en evolutie van de auto. Gelegen in het hart van de stad Málaga, is het museum gehuisvest in een prachtig omgebouwd 19e-eeuws herenhuis.
De collectie van het museum omvat meer dan 100 voertuigen, variërend van vroege paardenloze rijtuigen tot moderne Formule 1 -raceauto's. Het museum beschikt ook over een breed scala aan interactieve tentoonstellingen en displays, waardoor het een geweldige plek is voor zowel autoliefhebbers als mensen met een algemeen belang in de geschiedenis van de auto.
Of je nu een versnellingsbak bent of gewoon op zoek bent naar een unieke en interessante manier om een middag door te brengen, de Museo Automovilístico de Málaga is zeker een bezoek waard.
- Monday: 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 4:00 – 7:00 PM
- Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 4:00 – 7:00 PM
- Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 4:00 – 7:00 PM
- Thursday: 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 4:00 – 7:00 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 4:00 – 7:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 4:00 – 7:00 PM
- Sunday: 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 4:00 – 7:00 PM
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To be honest I was going to have a coffee outside and wait for my friends, but I went in d WOW and WOW,,,, really interesting Cars and fashion,lots to see i enjoyed this museum . Took lots of pictures but chose three Would definitely recommend
Stunning and impressive collection of beautiful old cars, very well maintained. Extremely difficult to find an empty parking space in the area. The souvernir shop could have more decent, better quality items. We collect keychains and the one we got from here is not reflecting the quality of the museum's cars at all! In fact it's a ridiculous chinese bling :)))
A truly unique museum. The basic premise is that cars are works of art. So is haute couture. So displays of beautiful cars with beautiful clothes is at the heart of the museum. Wonderful.
If you like cars, *any* cars… then this museum is for you. Not only is the collection extensive… over 40+ cars from the Belle Époque to the 1950s… it explains the change in societal attitudes that led to the car designs themselves. Plus, the museum has a collection of fashion outfits that was worn by women at the period of history. Well worth the visit!
Very good place for car funs :)
This museum is a real hidden gem in Malaga! I’m not a car buff by any means, but I was very pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed it. The vintage fashion is curated to match the eras of the cars, and there is even a whole room dedicated entirely to hats (I thought I died and went to heaven since I’m obsessed with hats). Although this museum is not specific to Malagueño culture, I still think it’s a very enjoyable way to spend 2-3 hours during your trip (and they have AC so it’s nice to get out of the heat for a while).
An interesting trail that teach about the cars history from 1900 to now a days. I was surprised to find the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL used by Sofia Loren or the Alfa Romeo used in “ Godfather 2”. If you are a cars lover, you can’t miss this place !
Wonderful air conditioned escape from the hustle and bustle of Malaga fabulous designer dresses and car's from a bygone era for petrol heads it is a must see and for the ladies the fashion of yesteryear would be interesting the kind of clothing that wouldn't look out of place on Grace Kelly and alike and if you don't enjoy it it's not too much of a loss 9€
Oscar Wilde said “Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life”. He said that of the Museo Automovilistico de Malaga. The building is just the start. A stunning building reminiscent of the Palace of Versailles. You enter a museum that is a walkthrough automotive history. From the early 20th Century models, US powerhouses like the Studebakers and Cadillacs through British classics from Aston and Rolls Royce and European lengths from Porsche, Alfa and Maserati down the ages. A huge treat for the petrol heads.
Diverse collection of cars and the fashion element adds a unique touch and story. Very clean and well run museum housed in an old tobacco factory. By chance we spoke to the owner himself and told us a little about his story. Spain is full of history but to take a break from churches, cathedrals and other historic architecture, this auto museum is a fabulous highlight, for both car lovers and those addicted to fashion. Highly recommend. ❤️
Very nice place a must if in the malaga area . Great cars and also for my wife clothing to match all years of cars on display. They have to my knowledge the first car with metal folding roof 1933 Peugeot
The genius exposition presents how both fashion and automobile industry went through century
Astonishing place with a brilliant collection of cars and fashion. Great for grown ups and kids.
Beautiful cars and costume's. Realistic entry price . Recommend spending time here
The combination of art and automobile history makes this place super special. Really worth a look if you are in Malaga! It's worth it just to see the Mercedes 540K, the DB4 or the flower power Rolls Royce from Lennon. They even have the jaguar hood piece completely made or swarovski crystal's. And for the Ladies ofcourse, all the designer dresses from Dior to JP Gaultier.
There is no way to describe the opulence and beauty inside. You don't have to be a huge fan a cars or fashion but you will love this museum. You must experience this
The most fabulous car museum and collection ever, complimented by haute couture in a brilliant way. Whoever curated this exhibition should be congratulated.
Great collection of cars and very well curated with interesting stories, couture and exhibits. Worth a visit!
Definitely a must see! Loved the combination of cars and fashion along with the stories behind them. Absolutely recommended!
If u are motorization fan u must visit this place. If u are not... you will be. I never seen that huge collection of old cars. This is just unbelievable.
We loved it! What a clever way to put together Fashion & Cars. This way neither of us was bored really stunning car models and beautiful era defining haute couture pieces too.
Not just cars, but vintage fashion and design too. Probably not for young children, but teens may enjoy.
Our 2020 Transatlantic Cruise Chronicles continued in Malaga for the third time after a Transatlantic Crossing. We explored new places and discovered the "Museo Automovilistico y de la Moda. This is a great combination of cars with fashion. You can find cars from all ages plus dresses, hats, and bags, related to them. This is one of the hidden gems in Malaga. Take the local bus from the Port and it will take you to the entrance of old Tabacalera Fabric where the Museum in located.
This museum is a genuine wonder. Much more concept, art and haute-couture than petrol-head. The creative vision of the Maga Collection delivers excitement and wonder; the automobiles from La Belle Époque through to present day are artfully displayed highlighting aesthetic qualities and social cache rather than horsepower. They inform and compliment the extravagent creations of well known fashion designers, Dior, McQueen, Paco Rabban, Gautier, Yves Saint Laurent, and more..... The world of conspicuous expenditure is not my world but I did enjoy this.
Really enjoyable visit. Great and varied collection of classics and recent motor cars. Nice concept to associate with a fashion collection giving a wider appeal.
I have been to many types of museum but this is one of its kind. It's a fashion and automobile museum. So it has a wide range of collection of cars in 18th-19th century with the brands from citroen, Mercedes, audi, jaguar, BMW, Ford, ferrari, rolls Royce in various years Along with the cars you have latest Fashions women's costumes and different types of hats. Almost 100+ hats which you cannot find anywhere in the world. It also features engine models for different cars. Definitely worth for 7€
I loved visiting this museum. The visit is totally worth for anybody that loves car. Even if you are not really into cars I think it is still interesting as you can see the history and how the cars evolved over the years and their impact in society. The ticket costed 9 euros.
I did not visit the Russian Museum but the site photos look like the Car Museum which I did visit. 7€ for OAPs entrance. No cafe but did have a little shop. Superb value for money. A huge display of pristine vintage cars from all over the world, but it also included displays of women's clothing, many from famous designers. We spent an interesting 1.5 hours. Well worth a visit.
We spent almost 2-3 hours here. Very interesting blend of fashion and cars. A real feeling of being in different eras, and the accompanying texts were wonderful to add perspective. Some of the pieces were thought-provoking, and we loved the slight underlying note of a hope for a better future.
Very nice place! I was at Van Gogh museum but it wasn't so nice as this one! Paintings are in action, filled with history, technics are very interesting too!! And they always change their collection, so you'll see something new if you plan to visit it again
Amazing, more than you can expect (in terms of cars, but I'm speaking as a girl). Nicely correlated with fashion at the time and nice little celebrity stories. What I didn't like: Some info boards were not correctly placed; I also think some of them were not clearly stating who/what the story was about. Another minus, dirty toilets (at least the ones towards the exit).
Incredible collection of dresses and cars. At first I thought it was a weird combination but I was convinced very quickly. Style is style, no matter the format... See for yourself, images attached.
It is very nice collection of cars, dresses, hats and other attributes of auto and fashion industry. Signs are in both languages. Spanish and English. Presentation is very nice. Good place to spend about 1.5 hours. If you are buying tickets online do not be confused by printed some confirmation number. They do not have actual barcode. As long you have confirmation number you will be able to get in.
The best car museum I have been. Great history of unique pieces and for every car you have a dress that tell the history of the period to which it belongs. Art inspired by automotive and you can also hear some engines running on special days. Check the website and you will find not only cars, all automobilia and events. I will repeat soon, this time with motrocycles, that it is the only thing that misses this museum to be the BEST in the world.
One of my favorite museums, honestly. Such a unique exhibit. You'll see cars here that can be found nowhere else in the world... and if you don't like cars, take in the fashion. So much to see for all types of museum goers.
What a cool museum! Very neat to see the history of car and fashion design and how they've evolved hand-in-hand. Beautiful property the museum is situated on. The museum itself is well laid out and very photo worthy.