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Step inside the world of Pablo Picasso and discover the largest collection of his famed works at the Picasso Museum in Paris. Enjoy unlimited access to all 5,000 works of art, with priority entry and combo experiences with your Picasso Museum tickets.Picasso Museum Tickets

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Picasso Museum Tickets Guide

The Picasso Museum in Paris is home to the largest and most comprehensive collection of Pablo Picasso’s sculptures. Discover paintings, photographs, illustrations, sketches, and studies here. A visit to this famed museum is a great way to get into the mind of one of the most experimental and revered artists of all time. If you are planning a visit, read on to know about your Picasso Museum tickets options, best time to visit, location, what to see, and more.

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Explore Picasso’s greatest works of art and immerse yourself in surreal techniques, unusual use of color and emotion, and radical thoughts. Depending on your schedule and budget, you can choose from two ticket types: opt for Picasso Museum skip-the-line tickets to avoid waiting in line queues and get priority entry, or combo experiences that offer entry to not just the museum, but other attractions in Paris as well

Skip-the-Line Tickets

Combo Tickets

Skip-the-line tickets are the ideal solution if you are looking to avoid the long wait before entering a museum. These tickets are what you need if you’re visiting Paris on a tight schedule and want to make the most of your trip. You’ll get direct access straight past the waiting crowds of tourists at the entryway, and be able to get a headstart on exploring Picasso’s fabulous creations.

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Priority Access Tickets to Picasso Museum
Step into the Picasso Museum with your priority access tickets in hand, and get the chance to skip the arduous wait at the entrance before getting to witness Picasso’s great works.
The city of Paris is flooded with interesting things to do and the best way to make the most of your trip is by opting for combo tickets. You get entry to not just the Picasso Museum, but other attractions in Paris as well, such as the Rodin Museum, Louvre Museum, and more. Enjoy additional discounts and benefits such as skip-the-line entry depending on your combo ticket.

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Which Picasso Museum Paris Tickets should you go for?

If you are short on time 

If you would like to save time and avoid standing in long queues for endless hours, consider booking a skip-the-line visit to the Picasso Museum. The ticket allows you direct access to the museum, letting you bypass the wait at the entrance.

If you are on a budget

If you are on a budget, skip-the-line tickets to the Picasso Museum might catch your fancy. These offer direct entry into the museum at a low price.

If you want to explore Paris further

If you want to explore Paris further, it’s best to opt for combo tickets. Not only will you get to forego the hassle of multiple bookings, but you’ll also get to explore more of the city and tick off key landmarks from your bucket list, at a lower combined cost.

Picasso Museum Paris Tickets Offers

Book your Picasso Museum Paris tickets online for the best discounts and rewards.

Days of Free Entry

The Picasso Museum offers free entry on the first Sunday of each month.

Free Tickets

Visitors under the age of 18, EU citizens between ages 18-26, and differently abled persons and their companion, enjoy free entry into the museum.

Discounted Tickets 

A great way to enjoy Paris on a budget is to look out for discounted tickets to major attractions. Combo tickets offer upto 11% when booked online.

Plan Your Visit To Picasso Museum Paris

Opening Hours

Getting There

Guidelines/Facilities

What are Picasso Museum Paris’ hours?
The Picasso Museum is open from Tuesday to Friday, between 10:30 AM to 6:00 PM. On Saturdays and Sundays, you can visit the museum from 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM. Final entry is at 5:15 PM.
What is the best time to visit the Picasso Museum in Paris?
Visiting the museum during early hours on weekdays to avoid large crowds.
How long is a Picasso Museum tour?
You can spend anywhere between 1.5 to 2 hours at the museum to fully explore all major exhibitions and collections.
Where is Picasso Museum Paris located?
The Picasso Museum is situated at 5 Rue de Thorigny, Paris.
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Can I take the metro/train to Picasso Museum Paris?
If you’re taking the metro or train, then you may get off at Saint-Paul station on Line 1, which is an 8-minute walk to the museum, Chemin Vert or Saint-Sébastien Froissart station on Line 8, which are both 7 minutes away by walk.
Can I take the bus to Picasso Museum in Paris?
Yes, you can take buses 29, 96, 75, 69, 76, 96, 67, or even 72 to get to the Picasso Museum in Paris. The closest stops are Saint-Claude, which is a 2 minute walk away, and Rue Vieille du Temple which is 9 minutes away by walk.
Is parking available at Picasso Museum in Paris?
There are several public parking garages around the museum where you can station your vehicle for the duration of your visit.
Is the Picasso Museum in Paris wheelchair accessible?
Yes, the interiors of the museum have been made accessible to visitors with reduced mobility through the provision of elevators and access ramps for wheelchairs.
Are any dining options available at the Picasso Museum in Paris?
Yes, the museum houses a rooftop cafe for dining, which is accessible through the main hall.

Picasso Museum Paris Collections

A visit to the Picasso Museum offers an intimate glance into the mind of the world-renowned artist, Pablo Picasso. Witness the carefully preserved archives donated to the museum by Picasso’s heirs following his death, as well as the artist’s personal collection of art.

Picasso Museum Paris Collections

A visit to the Picasso Museum offers an intimate glance into the mind of the world-renowned artist, Pablo Picasso. Witness the carefully preserved archives donated to the museum by Picasso’s heirs following his death, as well as the artist’s personal collection of art.

Picasso’s Private Collection

Picasso’s private collection entered the care of the museum under the condition that these works would not be loaned to any other exhibitions anywhere in the world. Apart from his private collection, some notable masterpieces housed in the museum include Picasso’s personal archives, donated by his heirs.

Sculptures

The Picasso Museum’s sculpture collection houses over 250 works, making it one of the most comprehensive exhibits of the artist’s creations, including rare pieces like his unique relief paintings and Cubist constructions. Explore all of Picasso’s sculpted work and celebrate his pictorial accomplishments through some essential landmark figures. 

Paintings

Nearly 300 paintings trace the rich history of Picasso’s career. From his iconic self-portrait to Matadors and Musicians from his final years, this collection exhibits all the key highlights from Picasso’s artistic ventures. Keep your eyes open for Memento mori painted during the Occupation.

Graphic Work

Picasso did not just use paper for his drawings and paintings. In his studio, this important artistic tool was honored in various ways – pasting, ripping, and layering. The collection houses around 3900 items, bequeathed by Picasso’s family in 1979. Do pay a visit to witness the legacy of his skillful mastery with diverse materials and techniques.

Archives

Picasso’s accumulated archives include a photographic collection as well as his written documents, including texts, accounts, correspondence, books, author manuscripts, invitation cards, and many more items. These written archives comprise over 100,000 documents that have been  collected from Picasso’s many homes.

Engravings

Picasso’s vast series of engravings seemed to have been forever communicating with his more mainstream creative processes. Through his contacts with several artisan engravers, Picasso was able to breathe new life into this beautifully creative field, the proofs of which are all brought together at the Picasso Museum.

Photography

Picasso’s experimental take on photography is the reason for the extensive photographic archives at the museum. The collection includes pictures he himself took, as well as pictures taken by prominent photographers from the 20th century, who were close collaborators with Picasso.

Library

Home to some 11,000 publications, acquired over the past 30 years – this collection is a delightful hub of roughly one hundred books that have been illustrated by Picasso. Apart from the continuous stream of papers and articles that the museum produces about the existent works in the collection, you can also browse through the audiovisual recordings in various formats.

Post-COVID-19 Safety Measures at Picasso Museum Paris

  • Online and contactless purchases of tickets are recommended to reduce instances of contact between guests and the staff.
  • Although it is no longer mandatory to wear a mask inside the museum, all visitors are still encouraged to continue wearing masks inside.
  • The museum encourages appropriate social distancing norms throughout the premises.
  • Regular barrier measures continue to be used inside the museum for the protection of both staff and guests.
  • The museum has provided several touch-free dispensers for hand sanitizer at the museum entrance.
  • All areas of the museum, as well as all the sanitary facilities are regularly disinfected.
  • Frequently touched surfaces are sanitized regularly.

Top Museums in Paris

Paris is a treasure trove for art lovers. Rich art and culture dominates every corner of the city, as it hosts numerous iconic museums. Any trip is incomplete without visiting these top museums in Paris.

Louvre Museum

Home to some of history’s most prized artworks, the Louvre is the world’s largest and most-visited museum. You must stop by and witness the vast collection of art that historians and art enthusiasts around the world hold in reverence. Apart from landmark works such as The Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci, The Coronation of Napoleon by Jacques-Louis David, and Spring by Giuseppe Arcimboldo – you can also explore eight other major exhibits at the Louvre. Book Louvre Museum tickets.

Orsay Museum

As one of Europe’s largest art museums, the Orsay Museum features high on any globetrotter’s must-visit list. Situated in a quaint former railway station, the museum is home to French art from 1848 to 1914, and houses paintings, as well as furniture, sculptures, and photography. Visit to view the largest collection of Impressionist and post-Impressionist era masterpieces, painted by artists like Monet, Renoir, Gauguin, and Van Gogh. Book Orsay Museum tickets.

Grévin Wax Museum

450 wax figurines of iconic historic and contemporary personalities inhabit this wax museum on the scenic right bank of the Seine. Apart from offering a healthy dose of French history (from Charlemagne and Napoleon III, to the French Revolution), the museum is also a hub for famous figures, athletes, and film stars such as Shah Rukh Khan, Michael Jackson, Einstein, Gandhi, and Picasso. Book Grevin Wax Museum tickets.

Rodin Museum

Arguably one of Paris’ most beloved museums, the Rodin Museum is situated a few steps from the Eiffel Tower, right in the heart of the city. This museum was an 18th century mansion and is now home to some of Auguste Rodin’s greatest artworks. You can observe some brilliant works out in the lush green gardens as well. Among the works housed here, you may recognize The Kiss, The Thinker, and The Gates of Hell. Book Rodin Museum tickets.

Musee de l'Orangerie

Drawing its name from the old orangery where it is situated, on the banks of the Seine, this art gallery is known for being the permanent home of eight of Monet’s largest murals. The collection also houses impressionist and post-impressionist paintings, as well as the prized works of Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, and Henri Rousseau, among many other notable names. Book Musee de l’Orangerie tickets.

Picasso Museum Paris Tickets FAQs

Are Picasso Museum tickets available online now?

Yes, tickets to visit the Picasso Museum in Paris are currently available online. Guests are advised to book their tickets online in advance so as to get their preferred date and time of visit.

What safety measures are in place at Picasso Museum in Paris?

The Picasso Museum Paris encourages all visitors to wear masks upon their entry to the museum, despite the lifting of mandatory wearing of masks. In addition, to ensure safety of guests and staff, regular disinfection as well as social distancing is in full swing.

What are the different types of Picasso Museum Paris tickets?

There are two kinds of Picasso Museum tickets guests can choose from: skip-the-line tickets offer priority entry into the museum, allowing you to save time and money, and combo tickets, which offer entry to not just the museum but other top attractions in the city as well. 

Are discounts available on Picasso Museum Paris tickets?

There are several offers available for guests.
Visitors under the age of 18, EU citizens between ages 18-26, and differently abled persons and their companion, enjoy free entry into the museum. Combo tickets offer up to 11% discount whe booked online.
Additionally, the Museum offers free entry on the first Sunday of each month.

Do Picasso Museum Paris tickets include skip-the-line access?

Yes, opt for Picasso Museum skip-the-line tickets to save time and avoid the long queues to get direct entry..

What are Picasso Museum Paris’ timings?

The museum is open from 10:30 AM to 6:00 PM between Tuesday and Friday. On Saturdays and Sundays, the museum is open from 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM. Final entry is at 5:15 PM.

How do I get to the Picasso Museum in Paris?

If you’re taking the metro or train, then you may get off at Saint-Paul station on Line 1, which is an 8-minute walk to the museum, Chemin Vert or Saint-Sébastien Froissart station on Line 8, which are both 7 minutes away by walk.
If you take the bus, take 29, 96, 75, 69, 76, 96, 67, or even 72. The closest stops are Saint-Claude, which is a 2 minute walk away, and Rue Vieille du Temple which is 9 minutes away by walk.

What is the best time to visit the Picasso Museum in Paris?

It is best to visit the Picasso Museum during early hours on a weekday to enjoy a peaceful experience free of tourist crowds.

How long should I spend at the Picasso Museum in Paris?

You can spend a good 1.5 to 2 hours at the museum exploring the many exhibitions and collections celebrating Picasso’s artistic career that are housed within the premises.

Is the Picasso Museum in Paris wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the museum is equipped for guests with mobility restrictions requiring wheelchairs.

Is photography allowed at Picasso Museum in Paris?

Photography for private use is permitted inside the museum. However, flash photography or the use of tripods and selfie sticks is not permitted. Some exhibits do not permit photography and guests are requested to adhere to it.

Why is the Picasso Museum famous?

The Picasso Museum is famous for being the sole resting place for some of Pablo Picasso’s most intimate archives and personal collection of works, not to mention the vast array of exhibited sculptures, graphic work, and paintings created by his hand.
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