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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is a very nice museum. We spent 3 hours here, but we chose to go after 5 pm and we were already tired after a lot of walking in that day, so I suggest you to go in the morning. Thursday after 6pm the entrance is free, you can book online with 3 days in advance for this. The collection has a lot of paintings of Picasso and also other big pictors.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My wife and I spent the whole morning there without realizing. We were completely immersed in Picasso's world. It was worth the wait. It's situated in a touristic location and there are many attractions at the same place. We really enjoyed it!

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We went on the Saturday and it was sold out most of the day. We checked online to book a convenient time on the Sunday and found the first Sunday of the month the museum was free all day and every Sunday it free after 3pm. We booked a slot. It was fantastic and a lot quieter than it was on the Saturday.

There was a large amount of Picasso’s work which was great.

Some of the staff were rather rude. We couldn’t find the entry to the actual exhibition so we were wandering around the building and most the staff told us they did not speak English and walked away rather rudely. Would have been better if they said sorry I don’t speak English and then looked for someone who worked there who could speak English. We eventually found someone who spoke fluent English who was so helpful and lovely.

I’d recommend if you visit to go on a Sunday. I believe there is 12 attractions in Barcelona that have this free entry deal.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A brilliant exhibition, mainly of his early works. His paintings as a 14 year old student show his talent even at that age. The museum is really well arranged with his works displayed in room by his age. So you start at 14 and work on as he aged. Superb to see how his styles changed. You do have to work through a few rooms of drawings which are interesting rather than spectacular. The star of the show comes at the end with the Velasquez work and other masterpieces on show in the Meninas rooms. Not quite as good as the Museum in Malaga, but still a must see museum

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Shows Picasso's works since the very beginning until late in career. Explains influences, phases, companions, cities lived and so on. Very interesting for arts fans.

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