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Visiting the Pompidou Centre in Malaga is a wonderful experience. It is full of multi-disciplinary programmes that are ideal for children and adults alike. It also offers free admission on most days of the year, and is accessible for visually impaired and wheelchair users. In addition, there are also concessions available.

Accessible for visually impaired and wheelchair users

Located in Malaga's port, the Pompidou Centre Malaga is a contemporary art museum. It offers free admission to people with disabilities and the under-18s. It is open Wednesday to Monday.

The building has ramps and elevators. It also has adapted restrooms. There are cloakrooms and a gift shop. The exhibitions include Argentinean artist Pablo Picasso.

There are special programs for disabled visitors. The museum organizes workshops and participative visits throughout the year. Its permanent collection includes 80 works from 1905 and later. It is closed on Christmas and New Year's Day.

In order to attend the exhibits, visitors with reduced mobility or visual impairments need to take advantage of the alternate entrance. They can also use an elevator to go up to the first floor. At some museums, you can get assistance in Braille or sign language.

The Pompidou Centre Malaga is free on Sundays after 4pm. It is also open to visitors with disabilities, the unemployed and the under-18s.

Multi-disciplinary programmes

Located in Malaga, Centre Pompidou offers the public an artistic experience that is both innovative and multi-disciplinary. The museum invites visitors to a trip through art from the 20th and 21st century. There are many types of programs, including dance, music, visual arts, and workshops. There are also multi-disciplinary programmes that are designed for different audiences.

Center Pompidou has one of the world's most unique art collections. The collection contains approximately 120,000 works. Some of these include works by Pablo Picasso, Giacomo Balla, and Bacon. The museum also has a rich archive and a contemporary music research laboratory. Its programming includes a wide range of events, from concerts to debates.

In addition to the permanent collection, Centre Pompidou has several temporary exhibitions. Each year, the museum presents two or three themed temporary exhibitions. The exhibitions are created from segments of the permanent collection, and are designed by Centre Pompidou curators.

The collection at Centre Pompidou includes one of the world's most diverse collections of modern art. Its collection includes film, photography, sound, and digital media.

The Cube


Located in a stunning building known as The Cube, Centre Pompidou Malaga offers visitors an exciting journey through art of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The museum features works by renowned artists. It is open on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. It is closed on the first and the fifth day of each month.

In March 2015, the museum opened its doors. It features two to three temporary exhibitions a year. The public is allowed to enter the museum for free on Sundays and the last day of each month. It is also possible to buy tickets for individual exhibitions.

The museum offers a wide range of cultural activities, including lectures, performances, concerts, dance shows, workshops, and cultural mediation programs. The museum has a permanent and temporary collection of contemporary artworks. It is one of the best art museums in Malaga.

In September 2014, Centre Pompidou and the city of Malaga signed a five-year collaboration agreement. The city will pay about seven million euros for the project. The outpost will be housed in a large glass cube and will feature a permanent and semi-permanent collection.

Centre Pompidou


Visiting the Centre Pompidou in Malaga is an experience. This modern art museum in the Port of Malaga has over 7000 square meters of exhibition space. The Pompidou Collection features works from the past two centuries. It also houses a number of expositions and conventions. Guests are encouraged to enjoy guided tours.

For those who do not visit the Centre Pompidou regularly, there are concessions. Students, teachers and people with disabilities can get free admission. There are also discounts for groups, large families and people over 65. There are also tickets for youth eurocard holders.

The Picasso Museum is free to all visitors on Sundays. It features over 285 works by the artist. These include paintings from the early academic studies to his last works from the 1970s. There are also sculptures. There is an audio guide included in the ticket.

There is a special exhibition on at the Centre Pompidou in Malaga. It features the works of an Argentinean artist. There are also works by Sorolla, Zurbaran and Ezquerra. It also features live music.

Centre Pompidou Malaga Online Tickets & Guided Tours

Located in the city of Malaga, the Centre Pompidou offers a wide selection of art and culture. This cultural center houses Europe's biggest collection of modern and contemporary art. There are also many workshops and programs that you can attend.

For those who want to learn about the history of art, the museum offers guided tours. You can book online or directly at the Centre Pompidou. These tours offer an insider's perspective on the museum and its collection. You'll get an in-depth look at some of the best pieces in the museum's collection.

You can visit the Picasso Museum for free on select days. However, you will need to buy an adult ticket. You can also enjoy a special discount on entry for seniors, youth, and children.

You can also opt for the "Facing the Art pieces" option, which includes a complete cycle of three sessions. You will have the chance to see some of the best pieces in the museum's permanent and temporary collections. The tour lasts about two hours and is open to visitors of all ages.

The Centre Pompidou also offers a variety of workshops for young people and adults. You can also take part in a film, dance, and other activities. The building is also a performance venue.

For those who want to explore the museum's temporary exhibitions, the Centre Pompidou has guided tours that you can attend. These are offered in English and French. These tours are conducted by a professional guide who will highlight important information and provide fun facts.

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