Collection Of Russian Museum of Malaga: Skip the Line Tickets
Admire centuries worth of Russian art with entry to Malaga’s Collection of the Russian Museum. With skip-the-line entry, spend time exploring the artworks at your own pace!
- Enjoy priority access to the Collection Of Russian Museum of Málaga.
- Admire the thematic similarities and stylistic differences of Realist Russian art through the ages.
- War and Peace in Russian Art displays over 183 spectacular works of art.
- Ivan Aivazovsky and the Marinist Painters in Russia depicts representations of water in art.
- Lev Tolstoi. The Way of Life has 39 works from the State Russian Museum collection in St. Petersburg.
- The museum stands in an old tobacco factory and is also home to an auditorium, screening halls, and a reading room.
- Skip-the-line access to the Collection of the Russian Museum
- Entrance to the permanent collection
- Entrance to the temporary exhibition
- Hotel transfers
- Food and drinks
strict cancellation policy
Cannot be canceled, amended or rescheduled
The Collection of the Russian Museum in Málaga is housed inside an entire old tobacco factory. The gallery hosts long-term exhibitions every year. This year, the exhibition offers you a tour of Realism as an artistic discipline capable of objectively representing reality.
Travel back in time as you explore both traditional and contemporary Russian art together here. Observe the thematic similarities and stylistic differences of the Realist art of the past and present. Not only will you be awestruck by the works on display here, but the venue itself will charm you. The tobacco factory, built in a regionalist style of the 20s, is now home to centuries' worth of Russian art. It has a small auditorium, three screening halls, a space for digital resources, and even a reading room packed with reference books!
Annual Exhibition: WAR AND PEACE IN RUSSIAN ART (Until 29 May 2022)
Composed of 183 artworks, take a comprehensive look at two antagonistic and essential poles of life from various perspectives. When Russia became an empire in the 18th century and the Imperial Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg was founded in 1757, this genre resurfaced with new artistic currents and influences. It can be said that already in the second half of the 19th century, Russian artists, mainly related to the realist school, came to occupy a preponderant place in this genre!
VAN AIVAZOVSKY AND THE MARINIST PAINTERS IN RUSSIA (Until 12 Oct 2021)
The new temporary exhibition of the Russian Museum Collection is a selection of artistic works gathered around a group of masterpieces by the painter and sailor Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky (Feodosia, Crimea, 17/29 May 1817 -19 April/2 May 1900). He was a prolific artist, with more than six thousand works produced and a style of his own that marked the beginning of this genre in Russia. This exhibition proposes a journey through the different representations of water, the sea, and the ocean, either calm or rough, as a landscape, religious inspiration, or the scene of battles, with 39 artistic pieces, 26 of which are by Aivazovsky.
LEV TOLSTOY: THE WAY OF LIFE (Until - 12 Oct 2021)
Lev Tolstoy's The Way of Life is an intimate exhibition of 39 pieces from the holdings of the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg, featuring illustrations from Tolstoy's novels Guerraypazy and Hadji Murata through drawings by Dementia Shmárinov (1907-1999) and watercolors by Evgueni Lanceray (1875-1946). The exhibition is completed by the depictions and lithographs of the English traveler John-Thomas James (1786-1828) and Lanceray's drawings of the Grand Duke Grigory Gagarin (1810-1896).
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Special Measures Against COVID-19
The Museum offers the following hygiene and safety measures at its facilities:
- Restricted general capacity and reduced capacity in rooms
- Follow the directions for the route and preferably use the stairs
- Maintain an interpersonal distance of 1.5m
- Mandatory use of masks and provisions for hydroalcoholic gel dispensers
- Cloakroom and luggage storage is not available
- Elevators are for restricted use (maximum 2 people or 1 family unit)
- Toilets have a restricted capacity (maximum 1 user)
- Card payment is preferred at the venue
- Use the authorized bins
- Entrance will be free for officially unemployed people, people under 18 years of age, holders of the Euro Youth Card, disabled people with accreditation, university professors of Art History and Fine Arts, university students of Art History and Fine Arts, museum employees and ICOM members, tourist guides with official accreditation and for all the public on Sundays from 4 PM until closing time
- The ticket office is open until half an hour before closing time. The eviction from the showrooms will take place five minutes before closing
- Audio guides are not available at the moment. When they are reintroduced, they will have Russian commentary
Normal opening hours
- Tue to Sun: 9:30 AM to 8:00 PM
- Due to the restrictions due to COVID19, the closure has been advanced to 6:00 PM. This measure will be in effect until Dec 9
- Visitor access is allowed up to 30 minutes before the museum closes
- The Russian Museum / Malaga Collection will be closed to the public every Monday (except for extraordinary openings) and on 25 Dec and 1 Jan
- On 24 and 31 Dec: 9.30 AM to 3 PM
- The door will close at 2.30 PM
Special days with free entrance
- Noche en Blanco/ White Nights (a Saturday in May, on a variable date)
- International Museum Day (18 May)
- International Tourism Day (27 Sep)
- Students under 26yrs of age, students of the University of Malaga as well as seniors aged 65yrs and above enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID)
The entrance will be in any case free for people in official unemployment situation, under 18 years, holders of the young euro card, disabled people with accreditation, university teachers of Art History and Fine Arts, university students of Art History and Fine Arts, museum employees and ICOM members, tourist guides with official accreditation and for the general public on Sundays from 4 PM until closing time.
Mention Special days with free admission:
- White Night (a Saturday in May, on a variable date)
- International Museum Day (May 18)
- International Tourism Day (September 27)
- Your voucher will be emailed to you instantly
- Please display your mobile voucher along with a valid photo ID at the ticket redemption point
Ticket Redemption Point
- Your ticket redemption point is at Edificio Tabacalera, Av de Sor Teresa Prat, 15, 29003 Málaga, Spain
- To locate the ticket redemption point on Google Maps, simply search for - Edificio Tabacalera
Get Directions to the Ticket Redemption Point
- By Bus: Lines 3, 7, 15 & 40 of the EMT
- By Subway: The nearest stop is Princesa-Huelin
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