With a Mudejar coffered ceiling from the 16th century, the Cathedral Museum is located in the old chapter house.
In this space you can enjoy works as relevant as those of Pedro de Mena or José Rivera among others. A collection, that of the Cathedral Museum, which is completed with liturgical objects of silverware, carving and embroidery, highlighting custodias, reliquaries and crucified ivory.
One of the advantages of the Cathedral Museum of Malaga is that the visit is made jointly to the Cathedral of Malaga, known as La Manquita.
A collection divided into two halls in which various works can be seen. In the first room, great artists such as Luis Morales stand out. Small sculptures from the 17th century also share space in this room.
The second room contains the episcopal chair of Bishop Santos Oliviera, in which other liturgical elements can be contemplated, highlighting the goldsmith’s work.
Located in the Cathedral of Malaga, one of the main monuments of the city. La Manquita was built between 1528 and 1782. The frontage of this monument is of Baroque style, but its interior is Renaissance.