Located in a unique site, an 18th century building with extraordinary paintings on its frontage. The Malaga Glass Museum stands out for its uniqueness. Inside there are more than 3,000 pieces of glass, accompanied by paintings, furniture and other decorative objects from different historical periods.
The collection of the Malaga Glass Museum permanently exhibits around 1,000 pieces, the rest are in constant rotation.
Beginning with the “ancient civilizations” you can see Phoenician, Egyptian, Byzantine, medieval or even Iranian pieces from the eleventh and twelfth centuries.
In the room “XVI and XVII Century” there are Catalan, Venetian and Bohemian glasses, accompanied by portraits of artists such as Adrian Hanneman.
The room “XVIII Century” contains glass made in “La Granja” during the reigns of Charles III and Charles IV, as well as other paintings.
The “XIX Century” hosts the painting “Portrait of Lady” and highlights its collection of crystal cameo.
Finally, the “XX Century” has pieces by Gallé, Lalique and other glassmakers from the pop school of the time.
The Malaga Glass Museum is located in an 18th century mansion opposite the church of San Felipe Neri.