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Picasso Museum

In Barcelona, the Picasso Museum is the most famous art gallery of the city. The Museum receives over 1,000,000 visitors a year, housing one of Picasso’s largest and most complete collections in the world.

This museum presents the artist's works in a chronological order, from the early works of Picasso to the last ones. Through the museum's tour, you can see how his different techniques evolved and you will understand why he became so famous.

The Picasso Museum is located in Montcada street, a neighborhood of Gothic architecture located in the West part of the Old City, where the streets are lined by a series of palaces that have been transformed over time, due to the reconstruction and restorations.

In its early days, the Picasso Museum was smaller, and with time, it has expanded. Today it is a large space with vast and important collection of the artist.

These facilities not only offer guided visits, but also offer educational workshops for young adults and children, which aim to spread awareness on the artwork of Picasso bringing them closer to painting in a friendly and interactive way.

The museum halls are spacious and well lit with all white rooms, where Picasso's work to stand out. There is also access for the handicapped.


933 19 63 10

Opening hours

Tuesday - Sunday (including holidays): 10 am to 8 pm


General fee: 11€
Reduced fee: 6€


Carrer de Montcada, 15, 08003 Barcelona.
Category: Sights

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