Automobile Museum - Malaga
The Automobile Museum of Málaga opened in 2010 in a former tobacco factory constructed in 1927. It now is home to a collection of more than 80 vintage and modern cars and fashionable travel memorabilia from the 20s, 30s 40s and 50s.
This museum is very much about the car as a work of art, and includes models customised by famous painters. Sonia Delaunay, a French-Ukrainian artist and the first woman to have her work exhibited at the Louvre during her own lifetime, was a leader in the art of customising. Sonia painted cars in bold, colourful designs inspired by cubism, providing customised models for BMW, Renault and Bugatti.
As we previously mentioned it also displays fashion items to cater to those less fascinated by four wheeled machines. From Balenciaga to Schiaparelli features headpieces dating from hat heyday, the 1920s to 1950s, from all the great fashion houses: Chanel, Dior, Lanvin, Balmain - there's even a replica of Dali's shoe hat. There are several different expositions, these are complemented by period travel-related pieces, such as old-fashioned leather suitcases, like your grandparents used, and huge antique trunks.Entrance Fees
General ticket: 7,50 euros
Ticket with guided visit: 9 euros
Free for children under 3 years and journalists with IDOpening Hours
Tues to Sun 10am - 7pm
24 and 31 December 10am - 3pm
Closed Mondays, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.Email: email@example.comTel:
+34 951 13 70 01Location:
Puerto deportivo de Marbella
Avenida Sor Teresa Prat, 15, 29003 Malaga