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Museums with family-friendly activities

Museums with family-friendly activities

The holidays are the perfect opportunity for your little ones to learn while having fun. There are plenty of museums in Malaga whose event calendars include special activities designed for children of all ages.

Museo Picasso

Situated in the historic centre of Malaga, Museo Picasso is housed in Palacio de Buenavista, a beautiful example of 16th century Andalusian architecture. The museum has a collection of 233 pieces that tell the story of Picasso’s life and work. The museum usually runs family friendly activities at the weekend.
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Museo Interactivo de la Música

Dedicated to the world of music, Museo Interactivo de la Música is an interactive and educational space. Its permanent collection comprises almost 1,000 musical instruments from all time periods and all four corners of the world so you can explore the history and evolution of music. The museum also runs cultural events, themed activities, concerts, screenings, music sessions, workshops and activities designed for all the family. 
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Centro Pompidou

Centre Pompidou de Málaga is the Parisian institution’s first gallery outside of France. The exhibitions will take you on an exploration of the art of the 20th and 21st centuries, presenting select pieces from one of the most important collections of modern and contemporary art in the world. With 2,000m2 space, the gallery will immerse you in the history of art of modern times. Centre Pompidou de Málaga also runs a busy cultural programme which includes classes and workshops for children.
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Hot air balloon flights

Can you imagine your children’s reaction when you tell them you’re going on a hot air balloon? This way of breathing in the views is increasingly popular in the Costa del Sol with companies such as Globotur taking you 300m up into the sky so you can watch the sunrise over Torcal de Antequera. An experience you’ll never forget.