Málaga's Automobile And Fashion Museum Reopens This Weekend

Málaga's Automobile And Fashion Museum Reopens This Weekend

Málaga's Automobile And Fashion Museum Reopens This Weekend. image: museoautomovilmalaga

MÁLAGA’S Automobile And Fashion Museum Reopens This Weekend after being closed due to the pandemic

With the announcement by the Junta de Andalucía that the restrictions on mobility between provinces will be lifted, the Málaga Automobile and Fashion Museum has decided that this coming weekend they will reopen to the public, after many months closed.
From Saturday, May 1, the museum located in Edificio de La Tabacalera, Avda Sor Teresa Prat 15 in Málaga will be open from 10am to 2:30pm, and then again from 4pm to 7pm, and you can contact them on 951 13 70 01, and tickets can be purchased online by visiting the website.
There will be 93 beautiful vehicles on show, along with more than 200 pieces of haute couture, and, as announced in their press release, as you browse, you will discover contemporary works of art, which include 300 hats and headdresses.
The museum plans to continue with its ‘engine start-up’ activity on weekends at 12:30pm, as well as offering children’s workshops and activities, including the return of their ‘Saturday Creatives’ on May 8, with content as varied as Programming, Science Creative, Arts and Illustration, and Fine Arts, which can be signed up for online by going to the website.
A description of the Automobile and Fashion Museum says that it encompasses the artistic evolution of the 20th century, through vintage motor brands like  Hispano, Bugati, Delage, Packard, Auburn, Rolls Royce, Bentley, Jaguar, Merecedes, and Ferrari.
Combined with this the museum also offers an amazing insight into 20th century fashion, with its collection of pieces from brands such as Balenciaga, Schiaparelli, Givenchy, Balmain, Oleg, Cassini, Dior, and Chanel, among others, as reported by diariosur.es.
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