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Welcome to the Automobile Museum of Malaga. A museum dedicated to the automotive industry and fashion located in the old building of the Royal Tobacco Factory in the Spanish city of Malaga. Reserve your place on the Free Tour now and discover with an official guide all the secrets that one of the most important museums in the city.
Do you want to know the cars and dresses that set the trend?
Now you have the opportunity to visit this museum with a guide that will allow you to see the different vehicles and garments of great historical value.
Why visit this museum?
The Automobile and Fashion Museum is one of the most popular in Malaga. Its exhibition is spread over 13 thematic rooms , and in each of them you will travel back in time observing different jewels from the world of motoring and fashion.
The exhibition is arranged in a chronological order that begins in the Belle Époque Room , where you will discover the Winner and Jackson American vehicles , the French Dion Bouton or the English Barron Acroyd from 1912 . Next you will find the Hall of the 20s, which houses cars such as the Lancia from Italy , the Minerva from Belgium or the emblematic Hispano-Suiza from Spain .
The next collection is that of the 1930s-Art Decó Room, where you will witness the influence of fashion on cars, increasingly luxurious and elegant. Here you will see up close a Rolls-Royce Phantom III , the American Packard from the 1940s and different models of Mercedes and BMW.
In addition to the spaces dedicated to cars, you will also enjoy an extensive collection dedicated to the world of fashion. You can visit various haute couture rooms such as Apotheosis or Spectra , where you will see unique models from Chanel, Dior, Galliano, YSL or Nina Ricci .
Tickets not included:
Adults | €9.50
Over 65 years old | €7
Reduced rate | €5
The Automobile and Fashion Museum of Malaga opens every day at the following times:
The reduced rate applies to people with disabilities and their companions, holders of the Icom card and Youth Card, the unemployed, teachers, students and large families. If you choose this option , you must prove it at the ticket office before entering.
I will be at the entrance to Tabacalera with my accreditation.
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).
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