Museum of the Holy Tomb
The Museum of the Brotherhood of the Holy Tomb is set in a building of singular beauty located within the largest and more important cultural triangle of Malaga city (Alcazaba, Cathedral, and the Picasso Museum).
Museum of religious art in general and about the Holy Easter in particular, it is one of the most important brotherhoods of the Passion Week of Malaga, as it is the Official Guild of the City. The brotherhood owns a catafalque throne of Christ, a true gem of the Holy Week, designed by the renowned artist from Málaga Josê Moreno Carbonero.
The exhibition space has several scenarios. The main space of the museum, located on the ground floor, is the Throne Hall, which houses the two thrones, perfectly mounted and displayed for the contemplation and delight. On the same floor it can be seen several windows belonging to the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
On the first floor there is a gallery with paintings of local artists from the early twentieth century until today (Moreno Carbonero, Pedro Saez, Antonio Montiel, Felix Revello de Toro, etc.).
Finally, in the basement is located the room of the Columbariums (set of niches) of the Brotherhood, which stands out for the beauty a painful paint from the eighteenth century of anonymous author.