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Picasso Museum Paris

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Picasso Museum Paris

Visit Musée Picasso, the popular art museum in Paris, France. Information and tickets for visiting The Pablo Picasso Museum in Paris can be found at parisbypierre.com.

Information and Tickets Picasso Museum Paris

Address: 5 Rue de Thorigny, 75003 Paris
Metro: Saint-Paul stop - Line 1
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How do I buy tickets for the Picasso Museum in Paris?

  • Picasso Museum Paris tickets from 14 € (Book your tickets)
  • Combination tickets Musée Picasso and Centre Pompidou from 30 € (Book your tickets)
  • Ages 0-24; free entrance for EU residents
  • Free entrance every 1st Sunday of the month
Opening hours:
  • Tuesday to Friday from 10:30 am to 6:00 pm
  • Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm
  • Closed on Mondays
Closed: January 1st, May 1st, and December 25th

The Picasso Museum in Paris is located in the historic Hôtel Salé. The beautiful structure dates from the 17th century and houses the world’s biggest collection of Picasso artwork. The other two main Picasso museums are in the Spanish towns of Barcelona and Malaga.

Visit the Picasso Museum in Paris, France

The Picasso Museum in Paris has an extensive collection of Picasso’s paintings, sculptures, ceramics, relief paintings, collages, sketches, and etchings. The museum’s earliest piece dates from 1901 and is a self-portrait of the artist himself. This painting is an oil on canvas that Picasso made in his blue area. He portrayed himself as a lonely man dressed in a dark blue coat. Picasso’s most current work at the museum dates from 1971.

Sightseeing at Musée Picasso Paris and Tickets

The Picasso Museum in Paris is located in the city’s third district, in the distinctive area of Le Marais. The museum has three stories. Picasso’s own artwork can be found on the first and second floors, and Picasso’s personal art collection can be found on the third floor. You need an entry ticket to enter the museum. It is possible to purchase tickets in advance. Would you like to book your tickets for the Picasso Museum in Paris now? Please click here for additional information

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The life of Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso was born in the Spanish city of Malaga in 1881. He was the son of a Spanish draughtsman, sculptor, and artist. Picasso was a fantastic artist. He lived an amorous life and had several love affairs throughout his life. Each of the women he fell in love with had a unique impact on his art. In 1904, the artist became a permanent resident of Paris. He lived in the Montmartre district, close to Moulin Rouge and the Sacré-Coeur Basilica, until 1909.

Picasso died in 1973 at the age of 91, leaving behind a substantial art collection. The French government has a large collection of his work. The French state owns 203 paintings, 158 sculptures, 1,500 drawings, 29 relief paintings, 1,600 engravings, and 15 collages. Many of these pieces can be seen at the Musée Picasso in Paris.


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How do I get to the Picasso Museum in Paris?

The Paris metro is a convenient and easy way to visit Musée Picasso . The museum can be reached via Line 1 at the Saint-Paul stop.

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