WHERE ARE WE?

We are located at the Tabacalera, the colloquial name by which The Royal Tobacco Factory of Malaga is known. In the heart of the Carretera de Cádiz district, next to the Misericordia beach.

Colección Museo Ruso

Avenida Sor Teresa Prat, nº 15
Edificio de Tabacalera.
29003 Málaga
951 926 150
info.coleccionmuseoruso@malaga.eu

GETTING HERE

You can get here by foot along the Antonio Machado Promenade, just about 3 km from the city center of Málaga.
If you prefer, you can also get here by bus, metro, and car.

Transporte

METRO:

Princesa-Huelin station.

BUS:

Lines 3, 7, 15 and 40.

 

More info

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OPENING HOURS

Tuesday to sunday.

9:30 – 20:00h (including public holidays)

We are closed every Monday as well as the 1st of January and 25th of December.
If you have any questions regarding the opening times on public holidays that take place on a Monday, please contact us 951 926 200.

On the 24th and 31st of December, Colección Museo Ruso will open till 15:00h. (last admission at 14:30h).

Admission is allowed 30 minutes prior to closing time.

ADMISSION FEES

Single Tickets

 

GENERAL TICKET REDUCED TICKET
COMBINED (SEMI-PERMANENT + TEMPORARY) 8 € 4 €
SEMI-PERMANENT EXHIBITION 6 € 3,50 €
TEMPORARY EXHIBITION 4 € 2,50 €

Group Tickets

 

GENERAL TICKET
GROUP ADMISSION** 6 €
GROUP ADMISSION WITH GUIDED TOUR OPENING HOURS** 9,50 €
GROUP ADMISSION WITH GUIDED TOUR CLOSING HOURS 60 €

Learn more about our our guided visits and educational program.

Single Tickets

 

GENERAL TICKET REDUCED TICKET
COMBINED (SEMI-PERMANENT + TEMPORARY) 8 € 4 €
SEMI-PERMANENT EXHIBITION 6 € 3,50 €
TEMPORARY EXHIBITION 4 € 2,50 €

Group Tickets

 

GENERAL TICKET
GROUP ADMISSION** 6 €
GROUP ADMISSION WITH GUIDED TOUR OPENING HOURS** 9,50 €
GROUP ADMISSION WITH GUIDED TOUR CLOSING HOURS 60 €

Learn more about our our guided visits and educational program.

Free admission

Free tickets can be booked by job seekers with a valid ID, minors, CEPER, holders of the youth eurocard, students of art schools, teachers and university students of Fine Arts and Art History, museum employees and ICOM members, visitors with disabilities (with one complimentary companion ticket if required) and for general public, admission will be free on Sundays from 4:00 p.m. to closing time.

Concessions

Concessions apply to people over 65, students up to 26 years with valid ID, large families with valid ID and participants in congress carried out by the University of Málaga.

Booking tickets by telephone

902 998 631

 

The call may have an additional fee if it is made from a landline (€ 0.13 for call establishment and € 0.20 per minute) or mobile (€ 0.15 for establishment and € 0.49 p.m.).
Available on Monday to Friday, except national holidays, from 10:00 to 14:30 and from 17:30 to 20:30.

Special days with free admission

Noche en Blanco (Saturday in May, variable date)
IMD – International Museum Day (18th May)
World Tourism Day (27th September)

ACCESSIBILITY

The services at the Collection of the Russian Museum, Saint Petersburg / Malaga have been adapted to make the installations fully accessible.

The center has elevators, ramps and adapted restrooms that allow free movement through the different spaces, without barriers.

INTERACTIVE MAP

Floor 0 – hall

Hall Planta 0 EN
Auditory Recepction Lactation room Tabacalera Building Entrance Beach entrance Access stairs 1 Floor Restrooms

Auditory

Recepction

Lactation room

Tabacalera Building Entrance

Beach entrance

Access stairs 1 Floor

Restrooms

Floor 1 – hall

Hall Planta 1 EN
Runway Access stairs 0 floor

Runway

Access stairs 0 floor

Floor 1

Planta 1 EN
Information point Restrooms Cafeteria Selfie Room Shop Fórum Space Projection room Workshops Semi-permanent exhibition Temporary exhibition Temporary exhibition Access Temporary exhibition

Information point

Restrooms

Cafeteria

Selfie Room

Shop

Fórum Space

Projection room

Workshops

Semi-permanent exhibition

Temporary exhibition

Temporary exhibition

Access

Temporary exhibition

SERVICES

Audioguides

The Collection of the Russian Museum offers free audio guides, available in English, French, Spanish, German, Dutch and Italian.

Guided tours

Visitors can discover by themselves the Collection of the Russian Museum or get a closer look through thematic and interactive guided tours that will be available at specific times and days.

Shop

The shop at the Collection from the Russian Museum is located on the first floor of the building, by the entrance to the exhibitions. In it, you will find the catalogs of all our exhibitions, past and present, as well as specialized publications, books about Russian art and art history, posters and merchandise.

The shop is also online.

Accesibility

The wheelchair service is available for people with reduced mobility.

Lactation room

The breastfeeding room is open. The microwave, for the moment, remains unavailable.

Cloakroom and luggage storage

The cloakroom and luggage storage services are located on the hall.

To ensure the safety of visitors and workers and in compliance with the regulations of the Ministry of Health, we are currently unable to offer you these services:

Coffee shop

The cafeteria is still closed, but there is a rest area with vending machines where you can sit down to have a coffee or a snack.

We apologize for the inconveniences. If you need more information, you can ask our staff directly or write to us at info.coleccionmuseoruso@malaga.eu.

VISITORS GUIDELINES

Smoking is not permitted

Smoking is not allowed inside this building in accordance with Law 28/2005.

Animals are not permitted

Animals are not allowed, except for guide dogs.

Access with swimsuit is not permitted

Entry is not permitted in swimsuit or shirtless.

Food is not permitted

It is not allowed to enter with food and / or drink.

Sharp objects are not permitted

Sharp objects or similar, including umbrellas, are not allowed due to the fact that damage to the works of art on display could be inflicted.

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

WAR AND PEACE IN RUSSIAN ART

30/04/2021 — 24/04/2022

Kazimir Malévich. Caballería Roja. c. 1932. © Museo Estatal Ruso de San Petersburgo.

The annual exhibitions of the Collection of the Russian Museum, in addition to displaying valuable artistic pieces, are also a window into the culture, tradition, and history of Russia. Throughout the centuries, wars, like epidemics and bad crops, have been a constant companion of society. The exhibition “War and Peace in Russian Art” consists of 183 works, which offer a complete look, from different perspectives, on two antagonistic and essential themes in life.

AVANT – GARDES
IN RUSSIAN ART

30/10/2021 — 17/04/2022

Borís Grigóriev. Retrato del director Vsevolod Meyerhold, 1946.

Natalia Goncharova, Mikhail Larionov, Vasili Kandinsky, Kazimir Malévich, Aleksandr Ródchenko and Marc Chagall are some of the artists who lead this temporary exhibition. A display that addresses one of the most important artistic moments in history. The exhibition is a journey through the stylistic variety and artistic and innovative creation of those who broke with the established canons and illuminated, at the dawn of the 20th century, a new way of conceiving art.

 DOSTOIEVSKY
ON THE 200th ANNIVERSARY OF THE WRITER’S BIRTH

30/10/2021 — 17/04/2022

Favorsky. V. A. F. M. Dostoyevski. 1929.

This capsule exhibition celebrates Dostoevsky’s 200th birth anniversary offering an intimate vision of the writer of ‘Crime and Punishment’. Fyodor Dostoevsky (1821-1881) maintained friendly relations with a good number of artists. A link whose weight is reinforced considering that his youth was spent in the Mikhailovsky Palace (Palace of Engineers), one of the buildings belonging to the State Russian Museum in Saint Petersburg. In this artistic exchange the proposal deepens.

MAIAKOVSKI,
ARTIST AND POET

30/10/2021 — 17/04/2022

© Alexander Rodchenko / Aleksandr Rodchenko, VEGAP, Málaga, 2021

Mayakovsky defined himself as a poet, but his creative activity exceeded the limits of literature and entered the artistic and interpretive plane, becoming part of the group of actors who influenced the first third of the 20th century and a prominent member of futurism; as well as an emissary of the Russian Revolution. He even said of himself that he was a «poet summoned and recruited by the revolution”. This temporary exhibition is focused on discovering his multifaceted figure.

 BROCHURES

In this section you will find a selection of brochures in English / French.

VIRTUAL REALITY APP

The Collection of the Russian Museum launches the free app Artefact to enjoy in virtual reality artworks from different exhibitions, annual and temporary. This application, available both on iOS and Android, is a proposal of the Russian Ministry of Culture to share the collections of Russian museums in a modern and dynamic platform. The user only has to download the application on their device and scan the artwork. Once it is recognized, the application will show information about the piece, the artist, and the period where it belongs, in addition to knowing, through an augmented reality program, curious and unknown details of the canvas. This is the first time that “Artefact” application is presented both in Spain and in Spanish.

   

VIRTUAL TOUR

The 3D tours will take you on a virtual walk through the halls of the museum as well as the temporary exhibitions. You can focus on individual artworks in detail and learn additional information about each exhibition.

The virtual tour is available in three languages, and lets you wander through all the exhibition rooms, consult information about each piece and admire different artist’s masterpieces in detail. You will also see works that are not shown but relevant to the ones in the exhibition.

The audio guides are available in Russian, Spanish, and English, and they offer the possibility to learn more about the most interesting pieces in the exhibition.

Radiant future. The Art of Socialist Realism

This exhibition was on display from February 10, 2018 to February 3, 2019. In Russian art history, the decades between the 1930s to the 1950s were highly contradictory.

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David Burliuk

This exhibition has been on display from September 15, 2018 to February 3, 2019. David Burliuk (1882-1967), known as the father of Russian Futurism, was one of the most striking figures in early Russian art culture.

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Kazimir Malévich

The exhibition has been on display from September 15, 2018 to February 3, 2019. A unique display, as it featured many artistic facets of Kazimir Malevich throughout his career, including “suprematism”. 

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