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Musée Picasso Paris

The Picasso Museum in Paris (Musée Picasso) is inclusive when using the Paris City Pass. Save 12,50€ on admission fees!

Picasso Gemälde im Musée Picasso Paris

The national Picasso Museum in Paris (Musée Picasso) in Hotel Salé has been the portal for visitors around the world to explore art by Pablo Picasso since the end of 2014. 42 years after Picasso’s death, this museum was established and now showcases the world’s largest exhibition of artwork by Picasso. 

Opening Times of the Picasso Museum in Paris- Musée Picasso Paris

Tuesday to Friday: 11:30AM–06:00PM 
Saturday, Sunday: 09:30–06:00PM
Monday: closed 

The opening hours of the Picasso Museums is restricted from Tuesdays to Sundays—the museum opens its doors at 09:30AM or 11:30AM and closes at 06:00PM. Even on days when the opening hours are extended, last admissions into the museum are permitted only until 05:15PM. Closing up starts about 20 minutes before the end of opening hours.

Admission Fees of the Picasso Museum in Paris- Musée Picasso Paris

The admission price of the Picasso Museum in Paris varies depending on the age and profession of the visitor. Because comprehending the admission price system of the Picasso Museum is often difficult to understand, the Paris City Pass is an affordable and good alternative to have on hand. With the Paris City Pass, you get a great discount on your admissions ticket into the Picasso Museum in Paris. The Paris City Pass covers the fee for admission into the Picasso Museum, as well as your ticket to using the public transportation system in Paris. With the Paris City Pass, enjoy your visit to the Picasso Museum as well to other top attractions, museums, and other sights in Paris—at no extra cost to you!

Tickets to the Picasso Museum in Paris- Musée Picasso Paris

As a Paris City Pass Holder, your ticket for the Picasso Museum in Paris is already in your pocket—even before arriving in Paris! The Paris City Pass includes not only your ticket into the Picasso Museum, but it is also your ticket into all of the other top attractions, museums, and sights in Paris. You will already have this ticket in your pocket before your departure to Paris and you won’t have to worry about buying any other ticket during your stay in Paris. The Paris City Pass also includes a ticket for the public transportation system in Paris so that you can reach all the diverse attractions that Paris has to offer comfortably and quickly--- at no extra cost to you!

Address of the Picasso Museum in Paris- Musée Picasso Paris

Address:
5 rue de Thorigny
75003 Paris
+33/ (0)185-560-036 

The address of the Picasso Museum is 5 rue de Thorigny, 75003, Paris. With the Paris City Pass, you can reach this address completely free. Your Paris City Pass includes free transfers using the public transportation system so that you can go to the Picasso Museum (and to other attractions as well) easily and quickly. Experience the Picasso Museum in Paris with the Paris City Pass and discover other popular attractions affordably and easily!

Directions to the Picasso Museum in Paris- Musée Picasso Paris

Direction:
Metro 1 to Saint-Paul
Metro 8 to Saint-Sébastien-Froissart, Chemin Vert
Bus 20, 29, 65, 96 to Musée Picasso 

Using public transportation, the journey to the Picasso Museum in Paris is easy and for free—if you are a Paris City Pass Holder! The metro lines 1 and 8 can take you on an uncomplicated ride to the Picasso Museum in Paris. The Picasso Museum can also be reached using the metro and easily walked to from the Saint-Sébastien-Froissart or Chemin Vert metro station stop. When using the bus, simply use bus line 20, 29, 65, 75, 69 or 96. With the Paris City Pass, you can experience a stress-free journey to the Picasso Museum—no need to worry about tickets or other costs! Get your Paris City Pass before your departure to Paris and have your metro ticket already in your pocket!

Special Terms & Conditions

The museum is closed on December 25, January 1, and May 1. 

Highlights of the Picasso Museum in Paris- Musée Picasso Paris

  • Exhibitions in the renovated Hotel Salé
  • Most comprehensive art collection by Picasso in the world
  • 200,000 famous and original art pieces from Picasso’s personal archive 

Attractions Near the Picasso Museum in Paris- Musée Picasso Paris

After your visit to the Picasso Museum, it’s easy to reach other top attractions that are nearby such as the Musée Rodin and the Musée d’Orsay. With the Paris City Pass, you can reach your destination quickly and easily. The Paris City Pass covers not only your admission costs to visit the Picasso Museum in Paris (Musée Picasso Paris), but it is also your ticket to freely use the public transportation system in Paris. You can use the metro and all the buses within the inner city limits of Paris so that you can reach any museum, activity, and attraction in Paris fast, easily, and at no extra cost to you!


Admission into the Picasso Museum in Paris- Musée Picasso Paris

Admission into the Musée Picasso is not only dependent on age, but it is also calculated on which exhibitions you would like to visit. For example, the admission price into a permanent exhibition is different than the admission price into a temporary exhibition. The admission costs for citizens of different countries also varies. By using the Paris City Pass, you can avoid figuring out this mess: simply skip the waiting lines, show your Pass at the entrance, and enjoy your time in the Musée Picasso Paris. The Paris City Pass also includes admission into the Louvre, as well as preferred access!

Exhibitions of the Picasso Museum in Paris- Musée Picasso Paris

For the purpose of both discovering and re-discovering Picasso’s art pieces, as well as adding new exhibits, the Picasso Museum was renovated, and renovation ended in 2014. The reconstruction of the spaces in the Picasso Museum now allows visitors to immerse themselves into the exhibits in a beautiful atmosphere. With its elevators, air conditioning system, rooftop café, and innovative technology, visitors are able to put this exhibition in perspective. According to artists, the exhibition in the Picasso Museum is truly unique and showcases 5,000 art pieces by Picasso, 200,000 artworks from his personal archive, and also about 150 pieces from his special collection. The exhibitions of the Picasso Museum in Paris show works by artists like Matisse, Cézanne, Le Douanier Rousseau, etc., which are wonderful additions to the exhibitions and art projects by Picasso. Millions of visitors are expected to visit the Picasso Museum in Paris. The grand opening of the Picasso Museum was (quite fittingly) on Picasso’s birthday, October 25. 

Visit the Picasso Museum in Paris (Musée Picasso Paris) for FREE with the Paris City Pass and have your ticket for the Picasso Museum already in your pocket before you even arrive in Paris!