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Picasso National Museum, Paris

(3.5/5 based on 1,700+ reviews on the web)
At Picasso National Museum, see most of the works, by Picasso and others, that were in the master's possession at the time of his death. To visit Picasso National Museum on your trip to Paris, use our Paris vacation trip planner.
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  • Of course, potential visitors are explicitly warned from the home yard two levels in five are closed, because of current skirmish. The rate is reduced from € 12.50 to € 11. At this rate, the visitors have the right to read signs in 3 languages, praising the master (and pointedly ignoring the many weaknesses of the man). They can also admire photos of genius, no pictures taken by the genius. They even have the option to see sketches and highly questionable interest works, even as signs touting the amount of works available in the Fund of this Museum (which it fails to specify the origin: allow the heirs of the Maestro to perform their estate fees...). In my eyes, the interest of this visit is limited to the building itself (although the most beautiful levels were inaccessible and that traces of moisture appearing already...) and the personal collection of Picasso, with such a magnificent Cézanne. In summary, if this museum highlights its thousands of works (in stock, but not shown), it is well others who has much less, but who know how to enhance their artistic qualities and arouse emotion. Go your way!
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  • My husband and I found the museum a good place to visit on a cold, snowy February day. Neither of us are huge Picasso fans, but we found the museum interesting and well organised. While we were unable...  more »
  • A big disappointment! Hardly any paintings, sculpture or pottery by him. Two floors closed for six weeks so they can change exhibitions. Why it takes so long is a mystery. Just one or two paintings pe...  more »
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  • If you go to Paris and love art I would highly recommend going here. The place is well laid out and has plenty of artwork to see. If you like Picasso then this is a must see.
  • Good. Busy though. Even on an off-season weekday. Musée Rodin is better in my opinion.
  • This is not only a stunning building, inside and out, but it also houses a great display of Picasso pieces. The fusion between the period architecture and contemporary artwork really gives this museum an fantastic vibe. There is an great mix of sculpture, print and paintings
  • Pretty building but there's nothing on show. €12 to sit in the garden... And look over the pretty (and free) garden next door.
  • The original museum was one of my favorite places in Paris. This is pretentious crap. Small collection, poorly curated, through stupid little rooms. If you love Picasso go elsewhere.