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Picasso Museum (Museu Picasso)
Picasso Museum (Museu Picasso)

Picasso Museum (Museu Picasso)

Carrer de Montcada, 15-23, Barcelona, 08003

The Basics

A visit to the Picasso Museum is key to understanding the true artistic genius of Barcelona’s famous native son. Visitors who want more insight into the art can pay a small fee for an audio guide or join a very limited selection of small-group guided tours that are included in admission (reservations required). If you want to explore with a tour guide on your own, book a separate museum tour that includes admission. Options include a private tour, skip-the-line tickets, or a combo tour; the latter combines a guided museum tour with a Gothic Quarter walking tour that stops at sites important to Picasso's Barcelona, including the famous Els Quatre Gats café.

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Picasso Walking Tour with Skip the Line Ticket
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Picasso Walking Tour with Skip the Line Ticket
$35.42 per adult
Traveler Favorite
History and Art come together
Olga! Her enthusiasm and knowledge were awesome. Her art and history background was obvious as she became our art teacher during the tour...fascinating.
Bill_L, May 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in Barcelona

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Great museum and amazing...
George_G, May 2022
Picasso Museum Skip-the-Line Entry and Audioguide in Barcelona
Great museum and amazing collection; the tour was just the right length and the gift shop is excellent. Would recommend
star-5
I recommend
Yulia_B, May 2022
Picasso Museum Skip-the-Line Entry and Audioguide in Barcelona
Everything correct. The museum is great, although not too big. There is an audio guide in the museum and the company provides city audio guides. That’s the first time we have tried and it’s good as an idea!
star-5
This tour is a “must experience” for all
James_D, May 2022
Picasso Walking Tour with Skip the Line Ticket
This was a phenomenal experience. To begin to understand what drove an artist to show us how they saw the world, will forever give me thought direction when scanning a Picasso work. Our guide was a wonderful source of Both Barcelona and Picasso history. She was very knowledgeable and I could tell she took much pride in knowing her subject matter as well a directing a tour group. I would highly recommend this guide and tour.
star-5
Great couple of hours
Kate_O, May 2022
Picasso Walking Tour with Skip the Line Ticket
Really interesting tour. Would recommend I learnt loads about Picasso. Would recommend to others as a good thing to do
star-5
Stunning perspective of art, Picasso and Barcelona
Caroline_G, May 2022
Barcelona: Skip-the-line Guided Tour of Picasso Museum
Olga was an excellent guide. Her knowledge of art Barcelona and Picasso for a parent. She interpreted pictures in a way that you can have a deeper appreciation for the artwork of Picasso. She definitely has a passion to let others know what she knows about art and Picasso
star-5
A Masterpiece
Valerie_S, Apr 2022
Barcelona: Skip-the-line Guided Tour of Picasso Museum
Guide, Eduardo ... was very knowledgeable about church and the surrounding area. He gave us special insight into Picasso's early years. We had an enjoyable and wonderful time.
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Angela was great! She...
Linda_G, Apr 2022
Barcelona 4-Hour Picasso Museum and Private Walking Tour of Borne or Gothic Quarter
Angela was great! She made Picasso come alive. The city is beautiful. Enjoyed the Quarter and Gothic sections.
star-5
Picasso walking tour: a great experience,super!
GUIDO_P, May 2022
Picasso Walking Tour with Skip the Line Ticket
the walking tour was very educational, an easy walk and the explanation in the Picasso museim was really excellent!!
star-5
Suzie is the best!
Eric_T, Mar 2022
Gothic Quarter & Picasso Museum Private tour
Suzie was outstanding! She was prompt, pleasant, knowledgeable, and a whole lot of fun! She is not a clock-watcher; we finished when we were finished. You know you have a great guide when you share coffee and pastries along the way. Suzie is proud of her city, and it shows!
star-5
Amazingly fun
Anonymous, May 2022
Picasso Museum Skip-the-Line Entry and Audioguide in Barcelona
The kids loved exploring the Picasso museum! The audio guide was amazing too! Was easy to get it and store your bags. Did not feel too crowded and was fun to do at ones own pace.
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Picasso museum
Ann_D, Feb 2020
Picasso in Barcelona Private Tour
Vanessa was a great tour guide. She was very knowledgable about Picasso, his life, his art. We also enjoyed the tour of the places Picasso frequented when he lived in Barcelona.
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Great Tour Guide and Tour
John S, Dec 2019
Picasso in Barcelona Private Tour
Very thorough walking tour with excellent knowledge of the sites. Enjoyed the art tour with very detailed discussions of each section of the museum. A pleasant walking tour of the streets, shops and local attractions also.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • The Picasso Museum is a must-visit for art lovers and all first-time Barcelona visitors.

  • Skip the queues by booking tickets online in advance.

  • Expect long lines on days when the museum offers free admission; plan to arrive early.

  • Photography and filming aren’t allowed within the museum collection.

  • The museum is totally wheelchair accessible; wheelchairs are available to borrow.

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How to Get There

The Picasso Museum is centrally located in El Born, Barcelona’s medieval quarter, within walking distance of many attractions in the Old City. It’s also well-connected by public transportation; take the metro to Jaume I (Line 4) or Arc de Triomf (Line 1) or catch one of several buses to Passeig Picasso or Pla de Palau.

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When to Get There

The museum is open Tuesday to Sunday throughout the year, with extended evening hours on Thursdays, when museum entrance is free. To avoid the crowds, visit on a weekday morning, and avoid summer and free-entrance days (Thursday afternoons and the first Sunday of each month).

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Highlights of the Collection

The museum collection places a strong emphasis on Picasso’s formative years, including works from his time in Málaga and A Coruña. Keep an eye out forLa Primera Communión (The First Communion), painted when the artist was just 16.Woman with Bonnet comes from his Blue Period; Glass and Tobacco Packet is a fine example of a Cubist still-life.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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