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Musee National Picasso

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This collection of Picasso paintings is located in a 17th-century hotel.
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5 rue de Thorigny | Hotel Sale, Marais, 75003 Paris, France
Le Marais
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Reviewed today via mobile

We were very pleasantly surprised by how beautiful and large the collection of Picasso’s works are in this museum. The museum itself is well lit, very organized and displays Picasso’s works to perfection. Our entrance fee was 12.5 € each and was definitely worth every...More

Thank Singent
Reviewed 2 days ago

After our first visit in 2014 a week before the museum was closed we finally were able to return in 2018 to see the renovations. The spaces are now more open and expansive. The collection includes less seen works ie. a wall size collage, early...More

1  Thank lfranc
Reviewed 3 days ago

The Picasso museum in the Marais took years to complete, but when finally done, it does not disappoint. The building itself is one of the finest historical manses in the neighborhood, known as Hotel Sale . My second visit there this past June housed the...More

Thank G3337WNjant
Reviewed 4 days ago

Having just visited Musee D'Orsay the day before, I was interested to see (and compare) the exhibition of Picasso's works here at the Picasso museum. Floors 4 and 5 were closed. The collection on display includes paintings, engravings, sculpture and lithographs, many of which are...More

Thank Chris C
Reviewed 4 days ago

Set in the chic Maree district, this is a great intro to his remarkably-varied oeuvre and to his incredibly fertile mind. There are drawings, illustrated books, pre-Cubism works showing his great talent with line, and then of course Cubism as it evolved. Also letters and...More

Thank Jim S
Reviewed 5 days ago

This was the first time I've been back since the renovation. The top 2 floors were closed for hanging paintings etc. so we were able to see only the first 1.5 levels. Not really interesting, seemingly more photographs and descriptions than paintings/drawings & sculptures. I...More

Thank Karen75017
Reviewed 1 week ago

Advance tickets/museum pass doesn't do a lot of good as you still have to go to the info desk and get tickets printed, then to the other end of the counter to get the audio guides. It was not very clear how to proceed. Once...More

Thank 3yrstogo
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nice out off the ordinary tourists’ museums visits. I don’t like getting caught in massive visits, so this is the plan for me. Nice museum, at Le Marais, nice temporary exhibition on Picasso’s paintings and sculptures. A more personal approach. This exhibition is temporary, so...More

Thank Aurora_150800
Reviewed 1 week ago

I come here to enjoy the atmosphere of this exquisite mansion from the Renaissance. Now a museum showing some of Picasso's works. Not a huge collection, but significant.

Thank Thomas V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The new renovated exhibition spaces are in a segmented confusing layout. Only a few information plaques are in languages other than French. But disappointingly very few notable works by the Artist Only a couple of cubism works... mainly sketch drawings for major works and quite...More

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Judy D
11 August 2018|
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Response from lindab20152015 | Reviewed this property |
Once you get inside the building there are elevators. But the path leading up to the museum entrance is uneven and you might need assistance to make sure the wheels get over the little steps and cobblestones.
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skm210
15 July 2018|
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Response from ShayneNelson | Reviewed this property |
You guessed right. The best plan is to skip the Picasso Museum. They've wrecked it with a crazy modern remodellling scheme and there are very few works by Picasso in the place, even when all the levels are open.
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syarlene
28 November 2016|
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