Tickets to the Picasso Museum

About Picasso Museum

The Picasso Museum is open from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM from Tuesday to Sunday.

The museum is closed on Monday, 1 January, 1 May, 24 June, and 25 December.

The best time to visit the Picasso Museum and avoid crowds is in the morning on weekdays or during off-peak hours after 2:00 PM on Friday and Saturday.

Set aside at least 1.5 hours to enjoy the exhibits.

  • Learn more about the great artist

Explore the world's first museum dedicated to Pablo Picasso. Founded in 1963, thanks to the artist's close friend Jaume Sabartés, the museum offers a unique opportunity to discover the early works of Picasso. Find out more about the life of the greatest artist of the last century and trace his journey from the first serious works he created as a teenager to the world-famous masterpieces.

  • Admire the masterpieces

Immerse yourself in the world of creativity through the museum's permanent exhibition. Marvel at the magnificent works, such as Science and Charity, Woman with Bonnet, Harlequin, and The Pigeons. All pieces are chronologically rotated, so it will be easy to explore the artist's evolution. The museum also features temporary exhibitions and special events dedicated to Picasso.

Discover more about the life and works of Picasso with the in-app audio tour Picasso Museum & El Born: See the Colors of Barcelona. Get inspired by the artist's creativity and explore the medieval streets of the charming El Born neighborhood. Tickets to the museum are already included in the tour.

  • General admission tickets

The Picasso Museum ticket price is €9 for adults (25+) and €7 for people between the ages of 18 and 25, seniors (65+), holders of the Libraries Card of Barcelona, duly accredited university students, unemployed people, and reduced pink cardholders.

  • Free admission

The Picasso Museum guarantees free entry to the following visitors:

- children under 18

- holders of the Pink Card

- members of the ICOM

- accredited journalists

- accredited active teachers in Spain

- professional tourist guides when working

- members of the Associació de Museòlegs de Catalunya

- the Metropolitan Pass holders accompanying disabled people

- accredited university groups

  • Free admission hours for all visitors

It is possible to enter the museum for free on Thursday afternoons from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, the first Sunday of each month, and during Open Door days: 12 and 13 February, 18 May, and 24 September.

What people say about Picasso Museum

July 2024
Not accurate. Waste of time.
June 2024
Very very confusing and nowhere nearly syncronised with the actual paintings, rooms or array of pictures. You have to redo the audioguide entirely. We are DEEPLY disappointed!!! 🤬
May 2024
I got the museum audio and paid extra. It was synchronized with the paintings. Your audio was confusing and didn’t correspond to the collection. I would not get your tour again. The museum provided audio tour is the way to go.
April 2024
April 2024
Finding the rooms became easier when I realized the helpers in the halls showing me how to get to the next room. Where were the pictures in the app????( referred to)
March 2024
commentaires claires et concis,on comprend l'évolution du peintre sans rentrer dans des commentaires trop techniques.visite parfaite.

FAQ about Picasso Museum

The number of walk-up tickets to the Picasso Museum is limited, so it is better to book tickets before your visit. You can save time by buying the tickets on our website while booking the self-guided audio tour.

You can book online timed-entry tickets to the Picasso Museum up to 70 days in advance. We recommend booking on our website, where you can get the self-guided audio tour to make the most of your visit.