Picasso Museum

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  • Address: Carrer Montcada, 15-23, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +34-932563000
  • Ticket Price: 11 EUR
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Family And Kids, Architecture
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Pablo Picasso is nothing short of a 20th century art legend. A museum honouring his work has been set-up in Barcelona and is the control centre for the appreciation, collection and preservation of Picasso’s legacy.

Picasso produces a myriad of different artworks in his life. You can see 3500 of the artist’s works in this museum.

Located in a medieval palace this museum undoubtedly houses the most extensive collection of Picasso’s art. The museum has 5 parts and houses drawings, paintings, engravings sketches and also some ceramic art. It has slowly become a hub for young artists and arts students who want to study the work of the famous artist.

Give your Barcelona trip, an artistic twist by visiting the Picasso Museum. The Picasso Museum is a very popular attraction of Barcelona and showcases the creations of the world famous painter. Though the Picasso Museum is always crowded it is advisable to book the Picasso Museum tickets, in advance. If you’re okay with standing in the line, then you can buy Picasso Museum tickets from the ticket counter itself. Also, you can opt for the specific Picasso Museum tour tickets. You can book tickets for Picasso Museum tours so that you can soak yourself in rich art forms.

  • Online ticket booking is available.
  • The sale of tickets can end prior to the closing of the museum if the tickets run out; advance ticket buying is recommended.
  • Wheelchair access available.

  • Given ticket price is for collection.
  • Collection + temporary exhibitions: 14 Euros
  • Temporary Exhibitions: 4 Euros
  • On Thursdays, discounted entry after 7 pm.
  • 18-25 years, 65+, unemployed and Barcelona card holders have discounted entry.
  • All Sundays free from 3 pm.
  • First Sunday of each month, free Museum entrance for everybody.
  • Open door days: 12th February, 17th May, 24th September
  • Skip the line tickets are available, for details visit official website.

  • Bus lines: 17, 40, 45, 19, 39, 51, 14, 59, 120
  • Metro line 1: Acr de Triomf station
  • Metro line 3: Liceu station, Line 4: Jaume I station

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  • Picasso Museum Address: Carrer Montcada, 15-23, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
  • Picasso Museum Contact Number: +34-932563000
  • Picasso Museum Timing: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm
  • Picasso Museum Price: 11 EUR
  • Best time to visit Picasso Museum(preferred time): 10:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Picasso Museum: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 60.52% of people who visit Barcelona include Picasso Museum in their plan

  • 32.4% of people start their Picasso Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Picasso Museum

Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday

73.05% of people prefer walking in order to reach Picasso Museum

People normally club together Palau De La Musica Catalana and Gothic Quarter while planning their visit to Picasso Museum.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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    On 25-Sep-2013

    I am no art lover and am almost allergic to museums but this one is amazing. Spend 3 extra Euros and take the audio tour which I did. You will travel through history over next hour or so. You get the complete feel of picasso's evolution as an artist and you get an insight about the city's landscape over the past century through his paintings.In one place you can sit and read all the books on him. There is a lovely souvenir shop on the ground floor.Main museum is located on the first floor.If you want to enjoy this place go alone ( if you have friends with you they are likely to ruin your time).I found a few lost people without the audio guide who seemed unimpressed.This is not a place which will awe you unless you carry the right mindset!

  • The Picasso museum was interesting and I also visited the temporary exhibition which is worth a look. A friend recommended me to go see this but I will say it was not as good as the one in Paris. There were not many famous works on display and focused more on his earlier works when he was at art school. Despite this, the museum was set up well with plenty of room to view works. The audio guide was also useful to have.

  • It is definitely worth the visit. Nice Picasso art and history at display. I just had an hour to see before heading to airport, so you should have at least 2 to 3 hours. Sundays were free admission and you can get tickets online.

  • It is a good museum,if you are planning to go there.I recommend you to buy the ticket online to save time and not do the long queue.On Sunday is free..If you are a student,you have a good discount.It is banned to take pictures inside of the gallery.So,I recommend you not bring your fancy camera to there. If you like the art,you will love this gallery!.

  • Never been much of an Art enthusiast, but felt I needed to experience the Picasso Museum - WOW wonderfully layout in a wonderfully designed space that captures the heart and sole of Barcelona's architectural influence on the world. My wife and I walked through and really enjoyed ourselves and would recommend to anyone who is planning a trip to Barcelona to take the time to go see this display of artistic genius.

  • I have to admit it, I don’t get Picasso. There I’ve said it. Call me a heretic if you like. His early works are what I would regard as traditional portraits, landscapes etc, then suddenly cubism takes over and ultimately his paintings look like they have been painted by children. Emperor’s new clothes or artistic royalty? Whatever your view point this place is worth a visit so you can make up your own mind.

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