Musee PicassoCurrently Closed
- Address: Place Mariejol, 06600 Antibes, France
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +33-492905420
- Ticket Price: 6 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art Museum, Art Gallery, Family And Kids
Musee Picasso - Review
The Musee Picasso was built on the foundation of the ancient Greek city of Antipolis. The museum is home to a massive collection of creative work art and design from the renowned artist Picasso and various other famous artists. Some of the wall posters display detailed information with intricate art work. Musee Picasso is a much recommended gallery for art lovers.
How To reach Musee Picasso by Public Transport
- Bus : Ligne 2 bus stop Fontain
- Train: Antibes Train Station
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95% of people who visit Antibes include Musee Picasso in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
66.67% of people start their Musee Picasso visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Musee Picasso
90.58% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Musee Picasso
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Musee Picasso, Antibes Reviews
Not very impressed, but would still recommend the visit. Most paintings are from Picasso's collection, and only a few were painted by him. There are a few of his sculpture in the garden too, and these are very nice. The building is gorgeous with beautiful views of the sea. There are 4 floors. There is a lift if you need it. Tickets are 8 euros pp. Place is very organized and clean. Also with air-conditioning, great place to take a break from the heat. Important to note, I'm not an art expert but my boyfriend has a good knowledge of it and he agrees with this review.
Not a big fan of museums in general but it was in fact fun to see some works of Picasso in real life. It wasn't vary expensive at all so if you're interested in art it's definitely a good visit. the first floors are filled with works of other artists and the top one is dedicated to Picasso.
Unfortunately there is only a shelf close to the wardrobe with exactly five porcelain vases from Pablo Picasso and therefore the whole museum carried his name! The art from the other artist is worth seeing but then again, in my humble opinion, the name of the complex is mistakenly wrong used. The Museum has nice garden and from there you definitely will have a breathtaking view from the Sea and Antibes.
It is in a wonderful location right on the shore. The building is impressive. Unlike many museums in France, non-flash photography is allowed. I liked the ceramics. There were many to see. The Don Quixote plates were cool. The photographs of Picasso in his element here in the South of France and working were a nice touch. They helped round out the full picture of the man and artist.
Beautiful art museum. Lots of interesting photos and information about Picasso particularly about his time living in Antibes including all the the art he created there. Many pieces from other artists as well. Views out the windows overlooking the Mediterranean Sea are spectacular as well as the terrace. Very affordable. Nice break from the heat.