Other services

  • Entry regulations

    The following regulations apply::

    • Smoking is prohibited in the interior of this building in accordance with Law 28/2005, article 7.j of December 26
    • No animals, except guide dogs
    • No admission in swimming costume
    • No food and drink
    • No rucksacks, sports or travel bags, suitcases and umbrellas
    • No painting materials and objects that may damage the works of art (such as tripods, skateboards, "selfie" sticks, etc.)
    • Please do not touch the works of art
  • Audio guide

    The Museum offers its visitors a tour with audio guide that lasts approximately one hour. During this tour, visitors can listen to explanatory comments covering a selection of the most representative artworks in the Collection.

    Available in Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Danish and Japanese.

  • Cloakroom

    The Museum offers a cloakroom service, located at the entrance, in the arcaded courtyard. All objects such as umbrellas, rucksacks, sports or travel bags, suitcases, briefcases and large bags, as well as toys, balloons etc., must be deposited in the Cloakroom. For reasons of security, any packages that do not fit through the scanner may not be brought into the Museum. Also, for reasons of hygiene, animals and plants may not be brought into the Museum.

  • Virtual tours

    The Museum offers its visitors the possibility of virtual access to the works in the Permanent Collection.

    Take the tour
  • App

    The Museo Carmen Thyssen Málaga has joined the Appside project in order to develop an accessible App. Thanks to the collaboration of the Fundación Orange and GVAM, a selection of works from the Permanent Collection are available for IOS and Android mobiles. The App includes resources for people with hearing and visual disabilities.

    Further information
  • Accessibility

    The Museo Carmen Thyssen Málaga aims to ensure that its spaces, the works on display and the educational activities are accessible to all visitors. Based on preliminary discussion with our visitors, we have developed various activities in response to the specific requirements of participants with visual, hearing or intellectual impairment. In addition, we organise ongoing activities with different associations in order to strengthen the relationship between the individuals involved and the Museum, thus encouraging mutual enrichment.