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Picasso Museum Barcelona. How to get there, what to do and see

Picasso Museum

Pablo Picasso was undoubtedly one of the greatest painters in history, as well as one of the greatest exponents of Cubism.

One of the largest collections of the Spanish artist is found in Barcelona, ​​in what is one of the most famous and visited museums in the city; the Picasso Museum.

Located in the Ribera district, the Picasso Museum Barcelona is housed in a complex that encompasses 4 adjacent buildings.

Most of his works date back to his youth, which he spent in Barcelona. And the link with the city is evident in most of his works. Through his paintings it is possible to admire the social environment, the urban landscape and street scenes of the Barcelona of yesteryear.

Picasso Museum of barcelona

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The Picasso Museum is located in Carrer de Montcada, 15-23, Barcelona, not far from the splendid Cathedral and, on the opposite side, from the Ciutadella Park.
It can be easily reached on foot and by public transport. Jaume I, Metro Line L4 stop is just a 5-minute walk away. A 10-minute walk, however, is the Arc de Triomf metro station (Line 1).


Over 4000 works are exhibited in the museum, divided according to different periods (Malaga, La Coruna, Paris, Barcelona and many others).
Margot, Mother with sick child, Arlecchino and Las Meninas are some of the most appealing works of the permanent collection.


The Picasso Museum in Barcelona is open every day, from Monday to Sunday, from 10:00 to 20:00. The visit to the museum lasts on average an hour. The last admission allowed is at 7:30 pm.

The Museum is closed on 01 January, 01 May, 24 June and 25 December.

The standard fare ticket costs €12 per person and includes, unless otherwise indicated, the visit to the temporary exhibition. Children aged 18 to 25 and over 65 pay the reduced rate of €7. The Museum is part of the Barcelona Card circuit (admission included for holders).

FREE ENTRANCE for everyone, every first Sunday of the month and every Thursday afternoon after 5pm. Free admission is also available on February 12th and 13th, May 18th and September 24th, on the occasion of the Festa de la Mercè.

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