About a month ago a group of friends and I, after the failed attempt to go to the Aviation Museum, decided to visit the Automobile Museum of Malaga.
I must say that after the impact of seeing what the entrance cost (€ 6.50 for the ordinary entrance, which then stayed at € 4.50 for residents in Malaga) we were very happy with the visit.
The Museum, located in the old rehabilitated building of the Tobacco, was inaugurated on September 16, 2010 and the truth is that they have left it very nice and functional.
It has more than 90 vehicles exhibited by many brands (Hispano Suiza, Bugatti, Delage, Packard, Auburn, Rolls Royce, Bentley, Jaguar, Mercedes, Ferrari, etc.) as well as a sample of hats and dresses vintage Balenciaga, Schiaparelli, Givenchy, Balmain, Oleg Cassini, Dior, Chanel ...
With about 7000 m2, it is divided into 10 different spaces:
Belle Epoque (until 1914)
It includes from the end of the 19th century until the beginning of the First World War (1914). I keep asking myself how these cars have been preserved to this day. All are in perfect condition and are true works of art. They stand out among the 12 exposed models: Winner of 1898, Jackson of 1907, Richmond of 1907 and Buick of 1916.