The Museu Picasso in Barcelona offers visitors an indepth look at the career of Pablo Picasso through the collection of over 4,200 works from the artist.
Opened to the public in 1963, the museum is now a reference point for those wishing to know more about the artist´s early years and his “Blue Period”, from here the collection takes a leap in time to 1917, when the artist spent some time in the city. It also shows the only series by Picasso that is kept as a whole, Las Meninas, a gift from the artist to the city. The museum is, in fact, the testimony of his relationship with Barcelona, shaped in his adolescence and youth, which lasted until his death.
Collection + temporary exhibition € 14,00
Collection € 12,00
Temporary exhibition € 6,50
From Tuesday to Sunday: from 9.00am to 7.00pm
Thursday: Until 9.30pm
Monday: closed (including public holiday Mondays)
The ticket office closes 30 minutes before the closing time of the museum
Annual closing: January 1st, May 1st, June 24th, December 25th and 26th. December 24th and 31st the museum will close at 2.00pm
Open doors day: February 12th, May 18th and September 24th
By bus: 17 40 45 19 Via Laietana 39 51 Passeig Picasso 14 59 Pla de Palau 120 Princesa
By car: The museum does not have its own car park. Nearby car parks can be found in Passeig del Born, Plaça de la Catedral, Avinguda Cambó and Via Laietana.