Musée National Picasso - Paris


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Set in the heart of Paris, the Marais district, the Pablo Picasso Museum - Paris hosts the largest collection of this famed Spanish artist. Inside a 17th century building that used to be a hotel, the museum prides itself on not only exhibiting famous Picasso paintings, but also on telling the story of his creative process and particular aesthetics. 

With the exception of a specific historic room and the bookstore, the museum is accessible for wheelchair users. Wheelchairs are offered and service dogs are allowed. Parking is not available and audoguides are available via magnetic induction neck straps.

For more information and ticket purchases, please visit the official website: Musée National Picasso

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Bathroom available

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Paris, France


Paris, France

Free admission

Frequently asked questions

The tours we offer are designed to accommodate all kind of disabilities. Our travel experts can help you find the right tour to meet your accessibility needs.

A shop is located in the main hall of the museum. Books, postcards, and design objects can be purchased at the shop. There is a step to enter.

Yes. With the exception of works with signage indicating that photos are not allowed, photographs without flash and without the use of professional equipment such as tripods are allowed in the museum.

The museum has a rooftop café. The access is located on the main hall.

From Tuesday to Friday: 10:30 AM - 18:00 PM. Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays: 09.30 AM -18:00 PM. During French school holidays (zone C), the museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 09:30 AM to 06:00 PM. Last museum entry at 05:15 PM. Gallery rooms begin closing at 05:40 PM.