In another building of great historic importance is the magnificently restored Carmen Thyssen museum which contains a large collection of paintings which revolve around one theme – Andalucía in the eighteenth century. There are also a number of other interesting temporary exhibitions housed in the converted sixteenth-century town house, named after Carmen Cervera, socialite and art collector, third wife of Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza, whose private collection the gallery houses. The museum’s arrival has seen the regeneration of its surrounding area, with the ‘entorno Thyssen’ welcoming a number of boutique shops and eateries.
Permanent Collection: €6 / €3.50
Temporary Exhibition: €4.50 / €2.50
Combined entrance: €9 / €5
“Andalucía Romántica” ticket: €12 (access to the Museo Carmen Thyssen Málaga, Museo del Vino Málaga (Museum of Wine) and Museo de Artes Populares (Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions)).
Reductions for over 65s, students under 26 with valid identification and the disabled (more than 33%).
Free entry for the unemployed and under 16s.
Free entry on Sunday from 5pm.