The Ralli Museum in Marbella was inaugurated in the year 2000 and belongs to a private international organisation, this museum exhibits the works of Latin-American and european artists, its entrance is free as its a non-profit organisation and it’s one of the five Ralli museums in the world, being the Marbella one, the only one in Europe.
The main characteristic is that the Ralli museums are the only museums in the world that exhibit works of Latin-American artists that still live. This one particularly exhibits mainly surrealist style works and has a permanent exhibition and an area for temporary exhibitions.
Amongst the present artists in the museum, we must highlight the presence of the works of Dalí, Joan Miró and Henry Moore, amongst other artists.
The Ralli museum in Marbella is situated along the famous Golden Mile, in the Coral Beach urbanisation, easy to get to if we follow the road that goes from Marbella to Puerto Banus.
The most important collection of latinoamerican art in Europe. Argentinian paintings and European sculptures from Dalí en Maillol. European paintings also from Max Ernst, Miró, Dalí, in a magnificent building.
+34 952 857 923
carretera Nacional 340, km 176
+34 952 858 173
From Tuesday to Saturday, 10h00 to 14h00.
Closed on Sundays, Mondays, Bank holidays and from the 15th of December till the 15th of January.
The visit to the Ralli Museum is completely free.
Filming and photographing is allowed with no extra fee.