Cultural entertainment in Malaga: Museum Art Natura

Within a few weeks, visitors and residents of Malaga can enjoy a new and excellent cultural entertainment offer in the heart of the capital of the Costa del Sol. Natura Art Museum is a cultural entertainment centre consisting of three museums located in the historical building of the former Tabacalera.

The building of the 20’s of last century inspired by the architecture of Seville has been remodeled to host exhibitions, gardens, parks, an external audience, screening rooms and a terrace bar. Within the enclosure are housed three theme museums: Royal Collections, Life Sciences and Earth Sciences.

The Royal Collections Museum is the world’s largest permanent exhibition of precious stones, with more than 6,000 polished gems and sculptures by more than 50 artists. In addition, it hosts unique gemstones like El Dorado, of 31,000 carats, the aquamarine Reina Sofia of 2,205 carats or the emerald The Green Heart, of 456 carats. A completely dazzling visit!

In the Museum of Earth Sciences, equipped with the latest technology, visitors can learn about the formation of the earth and the mineral world and in the Museum of Life Sciences you can observe the evolution of species and visit a tropical garden with butterflies and hummingbirds.

The total of eleven pavilions located near the beach house as well the installation of Automotive Museum of Malaga.

Natura Art Museum also features themed shops where you can buy books, gemstones etc., a restaurant and a self-service bar and a “Babylandia” where specialized staff care for the little ones during your visit.

Many reasons to come to this new location that will certainly enrich the cultural offer of Malaga.

The Art Natura is situated in Avenida Sor Teresa Prat 15, the site is www.art-natura.es

Raúl G.T

Developer and content editor at Malagaweb.com
Travel blogger, web developer and content editor. Author of many of the travel guides and tips available online about Andalucia, Malaga and Spain.
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