After a process of rehabilitation that took ten years, the Museum of Malaga reopened its doors to the public, hosted by the Palacio de La Aduana as the biggest museum of all Andalusia and the fifth all over Spain.
The recently reopened Museum of Malaga, located at the Palacio de La Aduana (The Customs Palace), has become the biggest museum of all Andalusia and the fifth all over Spain by hosting two different collections, Málaga’s Museum of Fine Arts’ (1916), and Málaga’s Archaeological Museum (1947). Between both of them, it now features more than 15.000 archaeological references and two thousand different paintings.
With its reopening on last December 12th, both collections, that were stored for rehabilitation purposes since 1997, are shown together for the first time ever. Also, the Palacio de la Aduana, The Customs Palace, is an impressive building worth a visit even if not considering its newly acquired value as a museum.
We at B bou Hotels are glad that it has become a national reference in terms of arts and heritage, contributing to the status of Malaga as a great city for enjoying cultures.
The Museum of Malaga, that offers more information on its website, is located at the historic centre of our DC, just a few minutes away from the B bou Hotel La Viñuela & Spa and the B bou Hotel Cortijo Bravo.