Musee Picasso

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  • Address: Musee Picasso, 75001 Paris, France
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  • Timings: 09:30 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Art And Culture, Art Museums, Art Gallery, Museums, Family And Kids

The Musee Picasso is a symbolization of display spotted in the Hotel Sale in mourn de Thorigny, in the Marais region of Paris devoted to the work of the specialist Pablo Picasso. The hotel that houses the accumulation was manufactured between 1656 and 1659 for Pierre Aubert, seigneur de Fontenay, who was a duty rancher who came to be rich gathering the gabelle or salt assessment. The draftsman was Jean Boullier from Bourges, otherwise called Boullier de Bourges. The design was done by the siblings Gaspard and Balthazard Marsy and by Martin Desjardins. It is recognized to be one of the finest noteworthy houses in the Marais. The manor has updated hands a few times by bargain or legacy. The tenants have incorporated the Embassy of the Republic of Venice in 1671, then François de Neufville, duc de Villeroi. Later it was seized by the State throughout the French Revolution, while in 1815 it turned into a school, in which Balzac examined the progresses.

  • The Musee Picasso is temporarily closed for renovation.
  • Admission to be determined when opened.

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  • Musee Picasso Address: Musee Picasso, 75001 Paris, France
  • Musee Picasso Timing: 09:30 am - 06:00 pm
  • Musee Picasso Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Musee Picasso: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 1.71% of people who visit Paris include Musee Picasso in their plan

  • 34.04% of people start their Musee Picasso visit around 1 PM - 2 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Musee Picasso

Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday

80.95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Musee Picasso

People normally club together Musee Du Quai Branly and Jardin Des Plantes while planning their visit to Musee Picasso.

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  • Better than the Picasso museum in Barcelona, especially if you're specifically interested in cubism; the one in Barcelona is more of a retrospective with pieces throughout the decades (but with far fewer notable works than in this museum). Not very crowded, and you can see everything in 1-2 hours. Worth visiting especially if you have the Paris Museum Pass. Unfortunately basically nothing is in English.

  • Not an easy place to find especially if you are on foot. But you will not regret finding it. Some great works of Picasso is on display. The building itself is magnificent but the interior seems to have been refurbished to reflect a more modern environment. Entry is included in your Paris or Museum Pass but there aren’t that huge a crowd here. Security is tight as per usual practice around Paris. You are also required to leave your bags at the bag counter but again does not seems to be tightly enforced. Great for a 1-2 hour escape into cubism. 🤗🤗🤗

  • A fabulous building to visit, and you must visit the rooftop cafe. A simple cafe, but an awesome view. The collection is probably not what you'd expect. It takes you into Picasso's various media. The room of "objects" was pretty amazing. Look, I've twisted the foil from a wine bottle into a bunny.

  • In a city of great museums this is one of my favorites. The outside of the building looks as it has, but the inside is like a different reality. There is far more sculpture than I ever knew existed. From the inside it's difficult to know where you are in relation to outside and that is just enough to help you let go of preconceptions and simply relate to the art.

  • This was a comprehensive collection of Picasso's work, plus some of his personal collection on the 3rd floor. I was hoping to see some of the original decor of the house in which the museum is housed within. Cost is fair, but I do wish the museum encouraged people to be quiet inside. There are many tourists talking loudly or yelling at their companions.

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