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Priority Access Tickets to Picasso Museum

€14
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  • Tucked away in the Marias district of pairs lies the museum dedicated to the Spaniard genius, Pablo Picasso.
  • Thanks to your skip-the-line access ticket, you can walk right in without waiting around in line.
  • Peer into Picasso's private collection and archives, totaling up to over 5,000 works that you're privy to.
  • Understand the artist's creative process through his drawings, studies, sketches, engravings, photographs, illustrated books, and more.
  • Admire the artist's fascination for comics as you explore his readings and check out the "Picasso Phenomenon."
  • Head over to the basement of the hotel to experience contemporary forms of comic strips.
  • The exhibition presents a selection of works by Richard Fauguet, Sergio García Sánchez, Émilie Gleason, and more, illustrating the variety of graphic styles.
  • These tickets can't be cancelled. However, you can use them any time until 31 December, 2022.
  • These Tickets are valid until 31 December, 2022.

Combo : Louvre & Picasso Museum

€31
  • Experience the best of Paris's artistic treasures at both the Louvre Museum and Picasso Museum, with a single money-saving ticket.
  • Enjoy guaranteed entry within 30 minutes to the largest and most visited museum in the world, Louvre Museum.
  • Explore the home of Mona Lisa at your own pace, containing over 35,000 artistic exhibits, and a wide collection of ancient and modern artifacts.
  • This ticket also gives you same day access to temporary collections (subject to availability) and admission to Musée Eugène-Delacroix within 48 hours.
  • Note: From 21 July, all visitors to the Louvre aged 18 and over must show a European Health Pass. From 30 September, this obligation will be extended to all visitors aged 12 and over.
  • Groups of 7 or more are required to purchase tickets in batches or purchase a group tour.
  • Apart from Da Vinci's Mona Lisa, must-see artworks include Liberty Leading the People by Eugène Delacroix, and Michelangelo's The Dying Slave and the Rebellious Slave.
  • Later, avoid waiting crowds at the Picasso Museum and enter directly with skip-the-line access.
  • Explore over 5,000 works of art from the genious mind of Pablo Picasso.
  • The drawings, studies, sketches, engravings, photographs, illustrated books, and more will give you an interesting insight into the artist's creative process.
  • Visit the basement for a rare glimpse at the contemporary forms of comic strips.
  • See select artworks from Richard Fauguet, Sergio García Sánchez, Émilie Gleason, and more.

Louvre Museum

  • Guaranteed access to the Louvre within 30 minutes
  • Access to temporary exhibits
  • Admission to the Musée Eugène-Delacroix

Picasso Museum

  • Skip-the-line access to Picasso Museum
  • Access to temporary and permanent exhibitions

Louvre Museum

  • Entry is free for children under the age of 18 and European Union citizens under the age of 26 but they will need to get a physical ticket at the venue owing to the new COVID-19 rules and regulations. Also, please display a valid ID at the entrance of the museum for proof of age.

Note: We only sell adult tickets (+18 yrs for non-EU and + 26 yrs from EU). We do not sell free tickets. If visitors are eligible for it, they will have to reserve a ticket online through the official Louvre website owing to the new COVID-19 rules and regulations.

Picasso Museum

  • Ages 18 and under go free(carry a valid photo ID).
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.

Visit Picasso National Museum Paris | Musée National Picasso-Paris

Be it fashion, art, culture or just the sparkling lights of the Eiffel Tower, Paris is all about aesthetics. With numerous architectural marvels, museums and galleries for you to get hooked on, this City of Love has a lot to offer. If you’re planning to visit Paris, you can’t skip the National Picasso Museum or Picasso Museum in Paris, also known as Musée Picasso-Paris, which displays the works of one of the greatest names in the world of art, Pablo Picasso. 

Dedicated to the world-renowned Spanish artist, this art gallery includes more than 5,000 works of art, like paintings, sculptures and ceramics. When you visit this museum, you can marvel at the experiments and imagination of Picasso, and discover what meanings lie hidden behind those brushstrokes and sculpted niches. Book your Picasso Museum Paris tickets and get access to the popular museum in Paris that houses the famous artworks of Picasso, and get lost in the aura of the finest skill. Keep reading to know more about Picasso National Museum, tickets, highlights of the attraction and more.

Your Picasso Museum Paris Tickets Explained

Why Visit Picasso National Museum in Paris

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  • Located in a grand 17th-century Parisian house called Hotel Salé, Picasso National Museum is dedicated to the world-renowned Spanish artist Pablo Picasso.
  • The art gallery houses over 5000 works of Picasso, which includes exhibits like sculptures, paintings, ceramics, archives, documents and photographs.
  • The Picasso National Museum Paris hosts unique exhibitions throughout the year, which display over 297 paintings, 368 sculptures, 17,000 photographs, and over 2,00,000 pieces of archives belonging to Picasso.
  • Apart from Picasso’s classic paintings and sculptures, the museum also features the artist’s avant-garde interests like photography and obsession with comics and his collaboration with leading photographers of the Modern Era like Brassaï, Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Lucien Clergue and Robert Doisneau.
  • Picasso National Museum in Paris also includes written archives in the form of over 100,000 documents of Pablo Picasso which take viewers through the creative process of the artist.

What is the Best Way To Book Picasso National Museum Paris Tickets? Book Online

Being a popular tourist attraction, it’s better to book your Picasso National Museum Paris tickets in advance for a hassle-free and smooth trip. Purchase your tickets online and in just a few clicks, book your preferred time slot for the day.

  • Convenience: Enjoy your trip to the Picasso National Museum which houses fascinating artistic exhibits and leave the hassle of long lines behind with the fast-track tickets that make your experience all the more fun.
  • Advance Reservations: With the online process, you can easily secure your trip in advance by booking your tickets and tour slots beforehand.
  • Great Discounts: Experience the wonders of Picasso National Museum Paris at wondrous prices, as online booking gives you great discounts. 

Picasso National Museum Highlights

The Picasso National Museum features thousands of Picasso’s artwork throughout his lifetime, which can be neatly put into categories while you are experiencing the exhibition. Here are the top highlights you can check out on your visit.

Paintings

From his Self-portrait and La Celestina to Kiss, Large Nudes and Matadors and Musicians, learn about the key periods of Picasso’s artistic life, as the 300 paintings in the museum range from his Blue period to his final years, and explore what he produced as a Cubist.

Graphic Work

Explore how Picasso employed paper in various ways, ranging from illustrating to pasting, ripping and layering to create unique art forms. Look at the inventory of 3,900 items that includes souvenirs, graphic tokens, historic mementos and foundation pieces: all the fantastic use of paper for creation.

Engravings

Gape at the wonderful engravings that Picasso’s collection boasts of, which reflects his interest in ancient, modern and contemporary literature. Through the collection of essais, proofs, printing plates, pentimenti, bon-à-tirer proofs and moulds, see for yourself how Picasso’s creativity swelled.

Archives

Skim through the written archives of the art legend and get to know the creative inspiration and process the greatest of artists Pablo Picasso went through before his works came to life. With over 100,000 documents, feel like Robert Langdon from a Dan Brown novel and try to find clues to some creative mystery in Paris as you read through these archives!

Library and Documentation

If you can’t get enough of Pablo Picasso by just looking at his works of art, step into the library of the Picasso National Museum and get your hands on papers and articles written on the artist from a vast collection of over 11,000 publications, which even includes some one hundred books illustrated by Picasso himself. 

The Hôtel Salé

While visiting the Picasso National Museum in the Hôtel Salé, you can’t leave without exploring the grand 17th-century Parisian house in which the museum is located. Experience the unique architecture of the mansion and delve into the fascinating history of the house marked by the ownership of the gentry in the late 1600s. 

Photography

Although Picasso is known for art exhibits, he often explored the avant-garde medium of photography as an expression of one's imagination. Discover the artist’s close collaboration with the leading photographers of the Modern Era like Brassaï, Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Lucien Clergue and Robert Doisneau for his experimental interest. 

Sculptures

The Picasso National Museum houses Pablo Picasso’s constructions and sculpted works that celebrate his accomplishments as an artistic mastermind. From his proto-Cubist wood and bronze sculptures and wire-framed models, wonder at the iconic figures of the Woman in the Garden, the Bull’s Head and the Man with Sheep.

Plan Your Visit To Picasso Museum in Paris

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  • Tuesday to Friday: 10.30 AM to 6 PM
  • Saturdays and Sundays: 9.30 AM to 6 PM
  • During French school holidays:
    Open from Tuesday to Friday: 9.30 AM to 6 PM
  • Closed: Mondays, January 1st, May 1st, and December 25th.

Address: 5 Rue de Thorigny, 75003 Paris, France

Find on the map

  • By Train: Line L.
    Nearest Train Station: Saint Paul.  
  • By Tube: Lines 1 and 8.
    Nearest Stations: Saint-Sébastien - Froissart, Filles du Calvaire.
  • By Bus: Bus line numbers 67, 69, 91 and 96.  
    Nearest Station: Rue Vieille du Temple, Saint-Claude.
  • By Car: Distance from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport: 17 miles.
    Nearest Car Parking: Parking Saemes Rivoli Sebastopol, Paripark à Temple.
  • Visitors must go through a security check at the museum entrance. 
  • Suitcases and bulky baggage is not permitted in the museum and can’t be stored in the museum’s cloakroom as well.
  • Photography without flash and any use of professional equipment like tripods are allowed in the museum, with the exception of works with signage indicating that photos are not allowed.
  • You should not make noise, run around and are expected to behave appropriately in the exhibition rooms.
  • No one is allowed to touch exhibits or poke around in the museum. 
  • Weapons, tools, heavy blunt objects, and more such articles will not be allowed inside.
  • Animals, apart from guide dogs, are not allowed inside.
  • Only small frame strollers are permitted inside the museum. They can even be requested at the information desk.
  • Pantheon: Engage your architectural senses in the Pantheon, a neoclassical masterpiece modelled after the Pantheon in Rome. Functioning as a mausoleum for celebrated figures in French and Parisian history, this Greco-Roman building has a rich history as well. 
  • Louvre Museum: Being the world’s largest and most-visited museum, you can’t skip your visit to the Louvre Museum when in Paris. Housing some of the biggest masterpieces of all time like the Mona Lisa, explore modern and ancient artifacts displayed in the museum. 
  • Eiffel Tower: Visit one of the world’s most romantic landmarks in Paris, as Eiffel Tower has been the backdrop of numerous love stories! Learn about the history of the most-beloved landmark of Paris and click some breathtaking shots for an aesthetic Instagram feed!
  • Orsay Museum: Embark on an artistic journey to the 19th century with the Orsay Museum, as you delve into the works of celebrated Impressionist and Post-Impressionist artists like Auguste Renoir, Alfred Sisley, Claude Mone and Edgar Degas, as you catch stunning views of the Seine River. 
  • The entire museum is accessible to visitors with disabilities through elevators and access ramps. 
  • You can purchase books, postcards, and design objects from a shop located in the main hall of the museum. 
  • Sketching and drawing is allowed in the museum, with the exception of certain techniques like watercolour, charcoal, ink, pastel, etc.
  • The museum’s garden is accessible to visitors from March to September through the low-level galleries. 
  • It is recommended to manage your time from 90 minutes to 2 hours to explore the museum. 
  • The museum has a rooftop cafe that can be accessed through the main hall.
  • Backpacks and umbrellas must be left in the cloakroom before you enter the museum.
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  • Entry to the Picasso Museum Paris is free for disabled visitors and their caregivers.
  • The entire museum is made accessible to people with reduced mobility through elevators and access ramps.
  • Wheelchairs and cane seats are available for visitors with disabilities upon request at the museum reception desk.
Picasso national Museum Paris

The Picasso Museum has the following facilities for visitors:

  • Café: The Picasso National Museum has an on-site rooftop café that is open to all visitors. You can get food and delicacies at the café, the access to which is located on the main hall.
  • Giftshop: There is a giftshop and bookshop locate inside the main hall of the Picasso National Museum. You can buy mementos to remember your trip in the form of books, postcards, and design objects.

Frequently Asked Questions About Picasso Museum Paris Tickets

Q. Can I buy Picasso Museum Paris Tickets online?

A. Yes, you can buy Picasso Museum Paris tickets online.

Q. What is the best way to buy Picasso Museum Paris Tickets?

A. The best way to purchase Picasso Museum Paris tickets is to book them online. This way you get great offers and can also reserve slots well in advance.

Q. Can I pre-book Picasso Museum Paris Tickets?

A. Yes, you can book any date of your choice in advance, if you book your Picasso Museum Paris tickets online.

Q. Is it safe to visit Picasso National Museum Paris post-COVID-19?

A. Yes. Picasso National Museum has taken up the necessary measures to ensure public safety at all times. 

Q. What is the cancellation policy for Picasso Museum Paris Tickets?

A. These tickets can’t be cancelled. However, you can use the Priority Access Tickets to Picasso Museum until 31 December, 2022. Please check the cancellation policy of the tickets before purchasing. 

Q. What is Picasso National Museum?

A. Picasso National Museum is an art gallery located in Paris, France. It is dedicated to the world-renowned Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. 

Q. Where is Picasso National Museum located?

A. The address of the Picasso National Museum is 5 Rue de Thorigny, 75003 Paris, France

Q. What facilities are available at Picasso National Museum for visitors?

A. Picasso National Museum has a rooftop cafe, a cloakroom and a shop to purchase mementos.

Q. Does Picasso National Museum provide facilities for disabled visitors?

A. The entire Picasso National Museum is accessible for visitors with disabilities through elevators and access ramps.

Q. Is photography allowed in Picasso National Museum?

A. Yes, photography without using flash and professional equipment like tripods is allowed in Picasso National Museum. However, visitors must check for any signage near an artwork that states otherwise.

Q. What are the major highlights of the Picasso National Museum?

A. You can find over 5,000 works of art, from paintings, sculptures and drawings to ceramics, prints, engravings and notebooks, and tens of thousands of archived pieces of Pablo Picasso in the museum. 

Q. How much time do I need to visit the Museum?

A. It is recommended to spend time between 90 minutes and 2 hours exploring the museum.