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The Picasso Museum in Barcelona, Spain, is dedicated to the work of the famous artist Pablo Picasso.

It opened to the public on 9 March 1963, becoming the first museum dedicated to Picasso’s work and the only one created during his lifetime.

It showcases work by artists who influenced Picasso, such as Velázquez and Cézanne, allowing visitors to see the connections between Picasso’s and his predecessor’s work.

The museum offers a unique and unforgettable experience with its comprehensive collection and beautiful setting.

This article covers everything you must know before booking tickets for the Barcelona Picasso Museum.

Top Picasso Museum Barcelona Tickets

# Guided tour

# Picasso Walking Tour + Museum entry

# Barcelona Museum Pass

Things to know before booking tickets

Tickets for the Picasso Museum in Barcelona are available online and at the ticket booth open at the attraction.

However, we recommend booking tickets online because it provides several perks.

Online tickets are usually cheaper than those sold at the venue.

When you buy online, you can avoid the long queues at the attraction’s ticket counters.

When you reserve in advance, you get your preferred time slot for the tour.

Because some attractions sell a limited number of tickets, they may sell out during peak days. Booking online also helps avoid last-minute disappointments.

To book tickets, go to the booking page and select your preferred date, time slot, and the number of tickets.

You will receive an email with your tickets as soon as you purchase them.

There is no need for you to bring printouts.

On the day of your visit, skip the line and show the e-tickets on your smartphone at the meeting point or the entrance.

Picasso Museum tickets

There are different ways to explore this attraction.

You can book a skip-the-line tour or a 2-hour walking tour or opt for the Barcelona Pass to see multiple attractions with a single ticket.

Guided tour

Guided tour of Picasso Museum
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When you book a Guided Tour of the Picasso Museum, you get a professional tour guide who will help you discover the master painter’s early work in chronological order.

You get a skip-the-line entry to the museum with this ticket.

This in-depth guided tour takes place in a small group (maximum group size is 20) and is available in different languages.

Admire Picasso’s work from his early days through his later periods, visiting masterworks like “Science and Charity,” “Royan,” and “Las Meninas.”

After the tour finishes, explore the collection at your own pace and pore over Picasso masterpieces with a newfound understanding.

Cost of tickets

The guided tour costs €35 for all visitors aged 18 years and above. 

Kids up to 17 years old pay a discounted price of €23 for entry.

Adult (18+ years): €35
Child (up to 17 years): €23

Walking tour + museum entry

Picasso Walking Tour + Picasso Museum entry
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When you book tickets for the Picasso Walking Tour and Picasso Museum, you will experience an immersive two-hour look at Picasso’s life.

Explore bohemian Barcelona with a guide, then discover more about Picasso’s colorful life at the world-famous Museu Picasso.

You’ll visit spots like Quatre Gats, the beer hall and cabaret on Carrer Montsió, and witness the friezes on the façade of the Collegi d’Arquitectes, Picasso’s only open-air artwork in Catalonia.

Cost of tickets

Picasso walking tour and museum entry tickets are available for €35 for all visitors aged 13 years and above. 

Tickets for children between 4 and 12 years are available at a reduced rate of €15 for entry.

Tickets for seniors aged 65 years and above cost €30.

Children up to the age of 4 years can enter the Museum for free.

Adult (13+ years): €35
Child (4 to 12 years): €15
Senior (65+ years): €30
Infant (up to 4 years): Free

Children’s tickets (4 to 12 years) can only be booked with adult tickets or senior tickets.

Barcelona Museum Pass

Barcelona Museum Pass
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When you book a Barcelona Museum Pass – ticket, you get one pass for six museums:

– Museu Picasso of Barcelona

– Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya

– Fundació Joan Miró

– The Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona

– Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona

– Fundació Antoni Tàpies

You can book this ticket online, get instant ticket delivery, and avail skip the line option to enter the museum.

Booking Articket will save you up to 45% off individual ticket prices.

The ticket is valid for one visit per museum within 12 months.

Show your smartphone ticket at the entrance of the included museums and get it scanned. 

When you visit the first museum, you’ll receive the Museum Pass, which you can use to visit all the other included museums.

Cost of tickets

Barcelona Museum Pass costs €38 for all visitors aged 16 years and above.

Children under 16 can join for free.

Adult (16+ years): €38
Child (up to 15 years): Free

Save time & money! Buy Barcelona Pass and see Barcelona’s top local landmarks and attractions. Explore spectacular Sagrada Familia, Park Güell, and Plaça de Catalunya, and enjoy the city tour from the top deck of the hop-on, hop-off bus.

FAQs about tickets

Here are some questions tourists ask before purchasing their tickets for the Picasso Museum in Barcelona.

Does the Museum offer free tickets?

Entry to the attraction is free for individuals aged up to 18 years, holders of the free-of-charge Pink Card, ICOM members, members of the Associació de Museòlegs de Catalunya, professional tourist guides, holders of the Metropolitan Pass for accompanying disabled people, journalists, active teachers duly accredited with the Generalitat card, and members of Apropa Cultura. All individuals can access the attraction free of charge on Thursday afternoons from 4 pm to 7 pm from 1st November to 30th April and Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 7 pm to 9 pm in the months of May to October. Entry without a fee is also available on the first Sunday of each month and on Open Door days (11th February, 18th May, and 24th September).

Can I buy tickets at the venue?

Yes, Barcelona’s Picasso Museum tickets are available at the venue’s ticket office. However, due to high demand, the popular timeslots may sell out, so it’s better to get them online in advance.

Do we need to print online tickets?

Visitors can present their tickets on mobile devices, but printed tickets are also accepted at the Museum. You can show the ticket on your mobile at the Tourist Information Center (Barcelona Turisme office) at Plaça de Catalunya 17S, basement level (close to the Corte Inglés department store; look for the red pillar on Plaça de Catalunya).

What is the Museum’s arrival time?

When you book the attraction’s tickets, you must select a preferred time of visit. Keeping the security check time in mind, we recommend arriving at least 15 minutes ahead of your visit time.

What is the Picasso Museum’s late arrival policy?

Entry to latecomers is not guaranteed at the attraction.

Does the Museum offer discounts for locals?

The attraction offers discounted admission to individuals aged between 18 and 25 years old, holders of the Libraries Card of Barcelona, duly accredited university students, seniors aged 65 years old and over, unemployed people, and holders of the reduced pink card.

Does the Museum offer a student discount?

Yes, the attraction offers a student discount on their admission tickets upon presentation of a valid student ID.

Does Barcelona‘s Picasso Museum offer a military discount?

The attraction does not offer a military discount on its admission tickets.

Does the Barcelona City Card include access to the attraction?

Yes, the Barcelona City Card is a cost-effective option to explore the best attractions in Barcelona with one single pass over 2, 3, 4, or 5 days – your choice! Enjoy discounts up to 50%* compared to buying individual attraction tickets, a hop-on hop-off bus tour of the city, and a sightseeing cruise. Make the most of the guided tours, museums, landmarks, and other iconic sites, like Sagrada Familia, Casa Battló, and Park Guell, with this pass.

What is the Museum’s refund policy?

This Barcelona attraction has a flexible cancellation policy. You can cancel your ticket up to 24 hours before your visit for a full refund.

How to reschedule the Picasso Museum’s ticket?

The attraction has a flexible rescheduling policy. You can change the time and date of your visit up to 24 hours before your scheduled visit.

What is the Museum’s rain policy?

The attraction is an all-weather experience, so all tickets are final.

What is the last admission to the Museum?

The last entry to the museum is allowed until 30 minutes before the closing time of the Museum.

Can I take photographs inside the Picasso Museum?

Yes, you can take pictures and record videos without a flash or tripods. Additionally, you can capture images only for personal use. You should contact the museum press department for commercial or professional use or for the media.

Which items are prohibited inside the attraction?

Rucksacks, suitcases, or bags measuring over 30 x 30 cm (.98 x .98 ft), umbrellas, food, or drinks are not allowed on the museum premises. You can leave such belongings in the museum’s free cloakroom service.

Is the attraction wheelchair accessible for people with disabilities?

Yes, the museum is wheelchair accessible, with ramps and elevators to accommodate visitors with mobility challenges.

Can I draw/make copies of works in Barcelona’s Picasso Museum?

Yes, you can make notes or copies of works but only in pencil and never with ink, oil paints, or watercolors. The notebooks you make copies on must not measure over 21 x 28 cm (.68 x .91 ft). Easels or any other types of support are not allowed.

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The Picasso Museum is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 7 pm.

The museum remains closed on 1 January, 1 May, 24 June, and 25 December and on Mondays.

Its opening hours are reduced on 5 January from 10 am to 5 pm and on 24 and 31 December from 10 am to 2 pm.

We suggest you arrive 15 minutes prior to the scheduled time to get entry at ease.

How long does the tour take

The Barcelona Picasso Museum visit lasts approximately 2 hours.

However, the duration of the museum visit depends on the rhythm of each visitor. 

Visitors to the museum often spend more than 2 hours exploring all exhibits and shows.

Best time to visit

Best time to visit Picasso Museum in Barcelona
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The best time to visit the Barcelona Picasso Museum is as soon as it opens at 10 am.

Choose the morning slot so you can experience and enjoy your tour as a small group of people is around in the morning.

Since the museum can get busy on weekends, weekdays are better for visiting.

What to expect

The Picasso Museum reveals Picasso’s bond with Barcelona, which began during his childhood and adolescence and persisted until his passing.

It is housed in five adjoining medieval palaces on Montcada Street in the La Ribera neighborhood in the Old City of Barcelona.

Two of his biggest works, First Communion (1896) and Science and Charity (1897), are in the museum’s collection; this early phase of Picasso is prominently represented there. 

Notable is also the collection of 57 pieces from Picasso’s “Las Meninas,” the only series of his that is all on display in a single museum.

The attraction also houses a comprehensive collection of over 4,200 works by Pablo Picasso, including paintings, drawings, sculptures, ceramics, and more. 

You can see pieces from different stages of the artist’s career, from his early works as a young artist in Barcelona to his later years as a master of modern art.

In addition to Picasso’s works, visitors can also see pieces by other artists who influenced him and works by his contemporaries.

The museum is housed in several interconnected Gothic palaces in the heart of the city, offering visitors a glimpse into Barcelona’s rich history. 

How to reach

The Picasso Museum is located at Carrer de Montcada in Barcelona.

Address: Carrer de Montcada, 15-23, 08003 Barcelona, Spain. Get Directions.

You can reach the attraction by public transport or by car. 

By Bus

Get on bus number 120 and get off at Princesa – Montcada, the nearest bus stop. 

The museum is just a 1-minute walk from the stop.

Another bus stop is Via Laietana – Pl Ramon Berenguer (available buses: 47, 120, N8, N28, V15, V17), which is a 5-minute walk to the museum.

By Metro

The nearest subway station is Jaume I (available metro: L4). 

The metro station is just a 2-minute walk away.

By Car

If you are traveling by car, turn on Google Maps and get started.

You can find a lot of parking spaces around the museum.

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