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Tickets for the Picasso Museum in Paris

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Jackson Pollock: Early Years Exhibition: October 15, 2024 - January 19, 2025
Picasso Iconophage' exhibition: from June 11 to September 15, 2024

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What to expect

The Museum National Picasso Paris is one of the world's largest painting museums, inaugurated in Paris in 1985 by President François Mitterrand. Located in the magnificent Hôtel Salé in the heart of the Marais district, it is entirely dedicated to the most extraordinary collection of works by the Spanish painter.

This museum, with its streamlined style, is chronologically structured around a magnificent historic staircase. Visitors traverse the 20th century, from 1895 to 1972, following the master artist step by step, the founding father of all major currents of modern art. Monotony is not in order here, and without equivalent worldwide, the collection stands at a very high level of Picasso's production and creation.

Picasso Museum Hours

Tuesday to Friday: 10:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays: 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Closures: Every Monday, December 25, January 1, and May 1.
Last entry at 5:15 PM.

Please join the ticket holders line and present your mobile ticket at the entrance.
Luggage (all suitcase sizes and large bags) is not allowed.

Exhibitions 2024-2025 at the Picasso Museum Paris

Exhibition Jackson Pollock: The Early Years: October 15, 2024 - January 19, 2025

The "Picasso Iconophage" exhibition at the Picasso Museum Paris (June 11 - September 15, 2024) explores Picasso's unique approach to art history, blending deconstruction and hybridization of works by the great masters. Discover his paintings, sculptures, and drawings through themes like the hero, the Minotaur, and the voyeur.

Exhibition Picasso Iconophage: June 11 - September 15, 2024

The "Picasso Iconophage" exhibition at the Picasso Museum Paris (June 11 - September 15, 2024) explores Picasso's unique approach to art history, blending deconstruction and hybridization of works by the great masters. Discover his paintings, sculptures, and drawings through themes like the hero, the Minotaur, and the voyeur.

Check out other current exhibitions in Paris.

Admission Prices

Full price: €14

Free admission (with valid proof): Museum members, people with disabilities and one companion, job seekers, social assistance recipients, under 18s, EU residents and nationals under 26, ICOM/ICOMOS and AICA members (with card), MCC staff, teachers, artists affiliated with the Maison des Artistes, national tour guides, members of the Cité Internationale des Arts, journalists, holders of a Paris Museum Pass, and holders of Sentinelle, Sotheby’s Preferred, and Culture Pass Paris Première cards.
For everyone: the first Sunday of each month.

About the National Picasso Museum Paris

After Picasso's death in 1973, it was decided to dedicate a grand house in Paris to him. The Hôtel Salé, a splendid 17th-century mansion in the Marais district, was chosen as the perfect place to host the masterpieces of the Cubism founder. Following extensive renovations, the museum was inaugurated by François Mitterrand in 1985. It is a marvelous museum, housing perhaps the most extraordinary Picasso collection in the world. The collection, obtained by the French state from his heirs in lieu of inheritance taxes and enriched by their donations, includes over 200 paintings, 150 sculptures, 100 ceramics, and 3,000 drawings and prints, all of exceptional quality. Picasso had always refused to sell these works, intending to one day offer them to a French museum.

Did You Know?

It is said that Picasso spent an entire night alone in the Louvre Museum, comparing his paintings with those of the great masters. He left satisfied with his examination, confident that there would one day be a Picasso museum. He once said, "Give me a museum, and I'll fill it." With the National Picasso Museum, he succeeded.

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Map

Map
Address
5 Rue de Thorigny
75003 Paris
Public transportation
(M)
8Filles du Calvaire
(B)
29Turenne - Saint-Gilles
96Saint-Claude

Common questions

Where is the Picasso Museum in Paris?

The National Picasso-Paris Museum is located in the Maris district, at 5 rue Thorigny in the third arrondissement of Paris, less than 10 minutes from Place des Vosges and less than 15 minutes from the Hôtel de Ville de Paris or the Centre Pompidou.

How to get to the Picasso Museum Paris by Metro?

Depending on which metro line suits you best, you can stop at Chemin Vert or Filles du Calvaire (Line 8), Saint-Paul (Line 1), Rambuteau (Line 11).

How many works by Pablo Picasso are in the Picasso Museum in Paris?

More than 5,000 works and archives on the artist are kept in this superb 17th century private mansion.

What is the price of an entry ticket to the Picasso Museum in Paris?

The price of the Picasso Museum in Paris is 14 €. The museum is free on the 1st Sunday of the month, to minors and EU residents under 26, beneficiaries of RSA and disability card as well as job seekers.

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