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Picasso Museum

(Museu Picasso)
Art Museum
Sant Pere-Santa Caterina i la Ribera, Barcelona
  • This art museum is famous for their museums. It's one of the most popular in the city!
  • Tamsin A.
    "Fantastic collection of his early work."(10 Tips)
    Apartment Barcelona
    "his best works are displayed in the Picasso Museum in Barcelona."(8 Tips)
    "Many interpretations of (parts of) Diego Velázquez' Las Meninas."(6 Tips)
    Fernando T.
    "early works of Picasso and understanding the evolution"(4 Tips)
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  • Kenny
    KennyOctober 12, 2016
    If you're looking for the artwork that you know of as PICASSO, this isn't the museum for you. This has a large collection of his art before his fame and a handful from Blue Period. Good 2 hour visit.
    Upvoted Jul 24
  • Bubble
    BubbleNovember 16, 2014
    You won't find the most famous Picasso paintings here but the museum is very nice. It has paintings from all his years that help the guest follow the changes in his style and see his work as a whole.
  • El Catador de Casa Pastor
    If you are near to Museo Picasso, you are in the Born quarter. After visiting the museum, you can relax in one of the many terraces and enjoy good tapas.
    Upvoted Jul 24
  • Melenie Y.
    Melenie YapNovember 2, 2013
    Don't expect to come here and see Picasso's iconic work and style. A lot is focused on his very early works, and some late (before his death) pieces. I suggest coming early to avoid long entry line
  • Seguy G.
    Seguy GencogluJuly 15, 2015
    Picasso museum must be one of the reasons for art lovers to visit Barcelona! It's the home of early works of Picasso and great place to discover his different approaches to the art.Free for students:)
  • Apartment Barcelona
    Apartment BarcelonaOctober 17, 2012
    Whether a die-hard art connoisseur, or simply a painter seeking inspiration, everyone will find something stirring here! Don't miss the Picasso museum, host to more than 4,000 pieces by this genius! Read more
  • Elan
    ElanOctober 7, 2012
    Free every 1st Sunday of the month. Free after 3pm the remaining Sundays. Close to Bubo's (for tapas and French Macarons) Closed Mondays.
    Upvoted Jul 24
  • Elizabeth B.
    Super interesting museum that goes through picassos life stages and entrance into cubism! Get the audio guide for a full experience
  • Mariana G.
    Mariana GuedesFebruary 22, 2015
    Amazing museum! Reserve at least 2 hours to check all the rooms. Audioguide loaded with cool info. Loved it! You can leave your backpack at the locker room for one euro.
  • AlAnoud A.
    AlAnoud AlGhunaimSeptember 4, 2016
    The queue is horrible so buy prior tickets! But oh my god once you're inside, it's all worth it❤️❤️ surrounded by Picasso's magnificence it's just overwhelming❤️
  • Kornely
    KornelySeptember 24, 2012
    A must visited museum in Barcelona. A lot of interesting and no soo 'pop' works of Picasso. Free entrance each sunday after 3 p.m.
  • Chardee
    ChardeeAugust 20, 2015
    Probably best to buy your tickets in advance to avoid the wait on line. Tickets are reserved for specific times. Don't be late!
  • Gordon G.
    Gordon GreeffMarch 2, 2014
    It's well set out and there is a fair amount of his work. If you're after any of his more famous works, you won't them here. 1st Sunday of the month you get in free.
  • Andrey G.
    Andrey GolovninAugust 6, 2012
    At least on the first Sunday of each month when entrance is free (!), prepare yourself for a long queue. It can take 40-90 minutes to get in, so manage your time. Workday is over @19:50. It's worthy!
  • Mariana T.
    Very well located, easily you can spend a day with the exposition. Also the building that hosts the museum is amazing.
    DHR.comSeptember 29, 2011
    This is where you'll find a wide selection of works of Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. The permanent collection includes Man in a Beret and Mountain Landscape. Open Tuesdays-Sundays, 10am-8pm.
  • Özgür A.
    Özgür AkmanOctober 5, 2014
    Free on the first Sunday of every month but there will be a huge line, so be there early. Little hard to navigate inside. If a couple, one audio guide is enough.
  • Chinoiseries
    ChinoiseriesAugust 21, 2016
    You can't take photos nor use your mobile phone. I felt there were large gaps missing from the timeline. Many interpretations of (parts of) Diego Velázquez' Las Meninas. I prefer Paris' Musée Picasso.
  • LiLi S.
    LiLi S.May 23, 2013
    Amazing building which in itself is worth seeing. Great exhibit of his early work. Worth seeing!!! its related to the time which Picasso spent in Barcelona.
  • Garry T.
    Garry TanNovember 22, 2015
    We got in line on a Sunday at 2:30PM and hit the front of the line just after 3PM for free admission.
    Upvoted Jul 24
  • Dalton D.
    Dalton DJune 12, 2014
    I've never been a huge Picasso fan, but this museum shows there's so much more than what you think of as Picasso. The evolution work from his teens is incredible
  • Marina Z.
    Marina Z.August 10, 2013
    Don't forget to bring your child/children ,because there is a special ticket office for people with children ...and the best part of it you will skip a huge line !
  • Tamsin A.
    Tamsin AMay 11, 2014
    Fantastic collection of his early work. It's free entry on Sunday 3-7pm But long queues. We went at 5.30pm and queue shorter then.
  • Alexandra W.
    If you want information about Picasso his life his artistic development and his work you are on the right place. A very well structured exhibition - only the pink period of Picasso is missing
  • Marc S.
    Marc ScheibApril 9, 2014
    Rather early paintings and little explanation given.. I'd recommend rather get yourself a book on picassos oevre ans go visit your favorite cafe😉
  • Utku Ö.
    Utku ÖzdemirSeptember 22, 2016
    Very nice museum, you get the chance to see how Picasso's style evaluated and evolved by time. Must-see in Barcelona.
    Otel.comJuly 29, 2013
    come and enjoy a great collection of famous Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. This place is marvelous, the works, too.
  • Nicole S.
    Nicole SmithAugust 29, 2014
    Kind of a must-see when in Spain but I was a bit disappointed that there wasn't much work from the 20s-40s, his surrealism glory days. Still lots of great early Picasso. Go early, it gets busy.
  • Mary
    MaryAugust 26, 2016
    Come for his early works, drawings, and more obscure pieces, but don't expect to see any iconic Picassos.
  • Ankur B.
    Ankur BanerjeeJuly 10, 2016
    Avoid the long queues by buying an Articket BCN pass from the Tourist Office in Plaça de Catalunya. You'll need to redeem the voucher they give you at a museum, the closest being CCCB.
  • Brenna L.
    Brenna LJanuary 7, 2015
    An intimate gallery that lets you see the entire progression of Picasso's artistic formation. Definitely recommendable!
  • Amanda S.
    Amanda SmithJune 22, 2015
    Free on Sundays after 3pm if you feel like waiting in a crazy long line. I'd pay the €11 online and skip the line!
  • Variety
    VarietyApril 27, 2012
    A popular attraction, the museum is less crowded in the morning hours. Trendy shops dot El Born, the Medieval-era neighborhood close to the Picasso Museum.
    Oh-Barcelona.comSeptember 21, 2010
    A must-see museum in Barcelona. Picasso was one of the greatest innovators in the history of art, and this museum has more than 3800 works in its collection. Read more
  • Sam
    SamAugust 1
    Very nice collection! University students are free (with student card), and there is a reduced price for for <25 yr olds
  • Kiryna A.
    Kiryna AnastazjaJuly 21, 2016
    It is better to buy tickets online in advance because there is a limit of people going inside and you may not be able to buy the ticket for an immediate entrance
  • MJ. S.
    MJ. SJuly 10, 2013
    인터넷으로 티켓을 예매할 수 있으나, 몇일 전에 할 것. you can book the ticket at internet, but you should book before few days earlyer.
  • TC Hülya K.
    TC Hülya KayıkçıAugust 25, 2013
    A unique collection ... The genius of the young artist is revealed through the 4,249 works that make up the permanent collection
  • Pauline V.
    Pauline VDecember 31, 2013
    Get an Articket for €30 and skip the line. The ticket is good for entrance to 6 museums including MNAC, Joan Miro and MACBA.
  • Taylor V.
    Taylor VereenApril 11, 2015
    Beautiful museum in a great area for food. A lot of Picasso early work and students get in free!
  • Seb
    SebDecember 3, 2012
    It's my fourth Picasso visit. You can't see enough of him. Plus there is a special exhibition of Picasso ceramics.
  • Roberta G.
    Roberta GiedrikaiteOctober 16, 2013
    Definitely worth waiting in the queue as it dis not take that long. Amazing pieces of Picasso and helpful staff:)
  • Paul N.
    Paul NovareseNovember 24, 2015
    The collection includes a lot of studies and sketches Pablo used to prepare for his works, and seeing the progression from idea to finished product is fascinating.
  • Andrei B.
    Andrei BotesteanuFebruary 8, 2015
    A good way to understand the becoming of the artist, with a fair share of representative works on display. Not ultra famous, but enveloping.
  • Evan W.
    Evan WeinmanJune 25, 2015
    Small in size but has beautiful artwork and even features some Dali! Free with a student card!
  • Merce N.
    Merce NlMarch 12
    sunday after 15pm online.It doesn't give you anything about cubism or the art of Picasso. there are gaps between works.If you are interested in Picasso, go see.dont go because it is famous.
    Oh-Barcelona.comMarch 11, 2013
    Happy birthday to Barcelona's Picasso Museum. It turned 50 years old on Saturday!
  • mafaldaq
    mafaldaqMarch 6, 2014
    Get there very early, Tuesday to Sundays (including holidays): 9am to 7pm or buy tickets on line (at least one day before) to avoid the huge waiting line.
  • Laura M.
    Laura MkrtchianNovember 28, 2014
    one word: Picasso....of course, not many of his famous works, but there are his early works, Blue period and some from Cubism...
  • Rachel S.
    Rachel SheppardAugust 3, 2015
    Pretty small, but amazing room full of his take on Velazquez's Las Meninas. Free on Sundays after 3, line is scary long but goes quickly!
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