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Centre Pompidou

Explore the captivating world of contemporary art at the Centre Pompidou Málaga with our skip-the-line tickets, granting you easy access to a vast collection of modern masterpieces, including both permanent collections and exciting temporary exhibitions.
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Elisabeth Landes


The Centre Pompidou is a must-see and having advanced tickets that let us skip the line made a huge difference. It meant more time spent with the collection and less time standing out in the rain.
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Laurent Couturier


All great as usual although there was nobody queuing up at the Pompidou centre when I went so could have bought the ticket directly on the spot, but no issue whatsoever to enter the museum with my confirmation on Headout
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Helen Robertson


The people are very friendly and the exhibition excellent. Once I got used to it I also loved the fact that they had changed the normal "permanent" exhibits almost entirely. The place has a gift shop but no restaurant, but it is situated in a location where there are restaurants to suit about every taste right in the doorstep.
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Beatriz Moncada Ibañez


Espacio que te transporta al tiempo en el cual se desarrolló las corritiebtes artísticas. Relajante, intimista. Me encantó la exposición temporal y las frases que Stael dejó.
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Centre Pompidou Guide

Centre Pompidou is a contemporary art museum in Málaga, Spain's port area. It is an offshoot of the original Centre Pompidou in Paris and opened in 2015. The museum's striking building features a large glass cube that houses a diverse collection of 20th and 21st-century art, including works by artists such as Frida Kahlo, Salvador Dalí, and Pablo Picasso. The museum also hosts temporary exhibitions, workshops, and cultural events.
Before visiting this fascinating attraction in Málaga, here's everything you need to know – including top ticket options, timing, directions, facilities and much more!
With a skip-the-line ticket, you can go directly to the entrance and bypass the ticketing queues, thus saving time and avoiding the frustration of waiting in line. This is especially useful during peak tourist seasons when the museum can be crowded, and waiting times can be even longer.

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With skip-the-line tickets to Centre Pompidou, you can skip the long queues and get quicker access to Centre Pompidou. This includes entrance to both permanent and temporary exhibitions. The Centre is home to over 80 artworks dating back to 1905, including renowned pieces by Picasso. So, it's a must-visit!
Please note that the tickets do not include a tour guide, food and drinks and hotel transfers.
What are Centre Pompidou tour hours?
Centre Pompidou operates from 9:30 AM to 8 PM every day of the week except Tuesdays. Entry is allowed up until 30 minutes before the closing of the museum. On December 24th and 31st, the museum is open until 3 PM only.
When is Centre Pompidou closed?
Centre Pompidou is closed every Tuesday. Additionally, it's also closed on August 18th and December 25th. You can call 951926200 to check whether the museum is open on Tuesdays, long weekends, or other holidays.
What is the best time to visit Centre Pompidou?
If you are looking to avoid heavy crowds, it's best to visit the museum during weekdays or early in the mornings. That said, visiting on weekends and evenings has a charm of its own since most of the events and cultural activities are held during this time.
How long is a Centre Pompidou tour?
A typical tour of Centre Pompidou can last between 1-3 hours, depending on your pace and interest in exploring the art collection.
Where is Centre Pompidou located?
Centre Pompidou is located at Pasaje Doctor Carrillo Casaux, s/n, Muelle Uno, 29016 Málaga, Spain.
How to get to Centre Pompidou?
Centre Pompidou is easily accessible via public transportation such as taxis, trains and buses.
Can I take a train to Centre Pompidou?
Yes, you can take a train to reach Centre Pompidou. Step down at Málaga Centro Alameda station, about a 15-minute walk from the museum.
Can I take the bus to Centre Pompidou?
Yes, you can take the bus to reach Centre Pompidou. You can take any of the following bus lines: 1, 3, 16, 19, 24, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32, 33, 32, 35 and A. It will take you to Muelle Heredia 2, which is a 5-minute walk from the museum.
Is photography permitted at Centre Pompidou?
Photography is generally permitted at Centre Pompidou, but restrictions may apply to specific exhibitions.
Is Centre Pompidou accessible for people with disabilities?
Yes, Centre Pompidou is accessible to people with disabilities.
Is there a cloakroom at Centre Pompidou?
Yes, there is a cloakroom available at Centre Pompidou.
Is there any parking facility available at Centre Pompidou?
Yes, a parking facility is available near Centre Pompidou, just a few meters from the museum's entrance.
Here are some of the top things that you will see on your Centre Pompidou tour:

"Femme et Oiseau" by Joan Miró

This large sculpture is in the museum's courtyard and stands over three meters tall. It depicts a woman and a bird in a whimsical and playful style, typical of Miró's surrealist art. The bronze sculpture highlights the museum's outdoor space, providing visitors with a unique and memorable experience.

"Red and Blue Chair" by Gerrit Rietveld

This iconic chair is displayed in the museum's Design section and is a classic example of the De Stijl art movement. The chair's bold and geometric design, featuring primary colours and simple lines, is characteristic of this movement, which aimed to create a new, modern aesthetic. The chair is a testament to Rietveld's innovative furniture design approach and a must-see for design enthusiasts.

"Untitled" by Jean-Michel Basquiat

This vibrant and expressive painting is one of the works displayed in the museum's temporary exhibitions section. It showcases Basquiat's unique blend of street art, graffiti, and abstract expressionism, which made him one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. The painting's bold and colourful style and thought-provoking subject matter make it a highlight of the museum's contemporary art collection.

"Head with Three Profiles" by Salvador Dalí

This surrealist sculpture is made of bronze and painted plaster and is a striking example of Dalí's unique artistic style. The statue depicts a head with three faces, each positioned at a different angle, creating a disorienting effect for the viewer. The sculpture is a highlight of the museum's Surrealism section and is a must-see for fans of this artistic movement.

"Néons" by François Morellet

This neon light installation is located at the museum's entrance and consists of lines and shapes arranged in a grid, creating a mesmerizing visual effect. The installation comprises several neon tubes in different colours that light up sequentially, creating a dynamic and colourful display. It is a highlight of the museum's contemporary art collection and is a popular spot for taking photographs.
When in Málaga, make sure to check out the following attractions as well:

Picasso Museum Málaga

The Picasso Museum in Málaga is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in the life and work of the world-famous artist Pablo Picasso. The museum is housed in a restored 16th-century palace in the heart of Malaga's historic district and features a vast collection of Picasso's artwork. The collection includes paintings, sculptures, ceramics, and drawings, providing a comprehensive overview of Picasso's artistic evolution throughout his career. You can also explore the museum's temporary exhibitions, which showcase the work of other artists and provide a deeper understanding of the broader cultural context in which Picasso lived and worked.

Carmen Thyssen Museum

The Carmen Thyssen Museum in Málaga is a renowned art museum that showcases the private collection of Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza. The museum is located in a 16th-century palace in the historic district of Malaga and features a vast array of 19th and early 20th-century Spanish art. The collection includes paintings, sculptures, and decorative arts, which provide a comprehensive overview of Spain's cultural and artistic evolution during this period. The museum's exhibits are arranged thematically, exploring topics such as landscapes, still lifes, and genre scenes and featuring works by artists such as Joaquín Sorolla, Pablo Picasso, and Francisco de Goya.

Benalmadena Cabin Car

The Benalmadena Cable Car in Málaga is a popular tourist attraction offering breathtaking views of the Costa del Sol from Mount Calamorro. The cable car ride will take you on a scenic journey up the mountain, passing over forests and valleys. At the summit, you can take in panoramic views of the coastline and explore the many walking trails that wind through the surrounding landscape. The Benalmadena Cable Car is a fun and exciting way to experience the natural beauty of Málaga and is a must-visit destination for anyone seeking adventure and outdoor exploration.

Alcazaba and Roman Theater

The Alcazaba and Roman Theater in Málaga are two historical landmarks that offer visitors a glimpse into the city's rich cultural and architectural heritage. The Alcazaba is a fortified palace built in the 11th century by the Moors and features beautiful gardens, ornate courtyards, and stunning city views. The Roman Theater, located adjacent to the Alcazaba, is a well-preserved ancient theatre that dates back to the 1st century BC and was used for various performances and events during the Roman era. Together, these two landmarks offer a unique opportunity to explore the fascinating history of Málaga and its diverse cultural influences.

Crocodile Park

The Crocodile Park in Málaga is a unique wildlife attraction that will allow you to have an up-close and personal encounter with some of the world's most giant and most fearsome reptiles. The park features a vast collection of crocodiles and alligators worldwide, including the most enormous crocodile in Europe. Visitors can explore the park's many exhibits, learn about the biology and behaviour of these amazing creatures, and enjoy interactive experiences such as feeding the crocodiles and holding baby alligators.

Are Centre Pompidou tour tickets available online now?

Yes, Centre Pompidou tour tickets are now available online. 

What are the Centre Pompidou tours and ticket options available?

Headout offers a skip-the-line Centre Pompidou ticket option.

Are guided Centre Pompidou tours available?

No, there are no guided tours for Centre Pompidou.

Are there any particular days at Centre Pompidou that allows for free entrance?

Yes, Centre Pompidou in Malaga allows free entrance on two special days – International Museum Day (May 18th) and International Tourism Day (September 27th).

How do I get to Centre Pompidou?

You can get to Centre Pompidou by public transport, including the bus, train, or taxi.

When is the best time to visit Centre Pompidou?

The best time to visit Centre Pompidou is in the morning when it opens to avoid crowds.

Is photography allowed in Centre Pompidou?

Yes, photography is allowed in most areas of Centre Pompidou, but flash and tripods are not allowed.

How long is a Centre Pompidou tour?

A typical visit to the Centre Pompidou Museum lasts 1 to 2 hours.

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