The Museum of Holy Week and Museum of the Brotherhoods of Malaga is located in the old Hospital de San Julian, a building from the late seventeenth century.
Thought as a thematic, historical and patrimonial space. It is divided into 7 rooms that offer visitors an interesting tour of the history and evolution of Holy Week in Malaga.
The collection of the Malaga Easter Museum was inaugurated in 2010, conceived as a didactic space. This exhibition has more than 150 exhibited pieces. It contains six different thematic blocks.
Here you will find the history of the building and others used for Christian charity.
A tour of the Malaga Brotherhoods divided into two periods.
You will discover aspects related to the processional images such as that of the imager, the person in charge of making the carvings.
An exhibition on the posters of the city’s Holy Week
A space dedicated to the embroidery and goldsmithing of the images that come out in procession.
Here you can see the structure of a procession.