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Carrer Montcada, 15-23
08003 Barcelona, Spain

The Picasso museum, opened in 1963, also reveals Pablo’s deep relationship with Barcelona: an intimate, solid relationship that was shaped in his adolescence and youth and continued until his death. 

Barcelona's Museu Picasso was the first, and it was the only museum opened at the request of the artist. Picasso Museum (Museu Picasso) is Barcelona's most visited art collection. The museum's architecture is an attraction itself as you will find it in five Gothic mansions full of famous paintings like plenty of self-portraits or his studies of “Las Meninas”. Like those, more than 4,251 other artworks from a unique artist called Pablo Picasso. 

What do we offer?

Skip-the-line access tickets to the wonderful Picasso museum. This place will delight any art lover because it's not only showing the work of the iconic painter, but also a lot of oeuvres from his private collection too.

How does it work?

Just follow those simple steps:

1. Choose the date of when you would like to visit Picasso museum

2. Choose the preferred time slote for your entrance

3. Choose the type of ticket you  need (Adult, Child, Senior)

4. Finish the payment process

5. Once the booking is completed you will receive your tickets on your e-mail address in 24 hours.

We know that you don't want to waste time while visiting the beautiful Barcelona! That's why we offer these tickets as skip-the-line ones. This will allow you to avoid the long waiting lines that can be found normally at Picasso Museum, grating you a fast way access.


  • The museum is wheelchair accessible and offers free wheelchair service
  • The museum is open year-round, but be aware it's closed on Mondays and has extended hours on Thursdays.

Opening hours:

Tuesday to Sunday (except Thursdays)
From 9am to 19pm

From 9am to 9.30pm (free entrance from 6pm to 9.30)

5th of January
From 9 h to 17 h

24th and 31st of December
From 9 h to 14 h

Free entrance:
Thursdays from 6p to 9.30pm
First Sunday of each month
12th of February, 18th of May and 24th of September


In the booking process you can add the exhibitions to your reservation. Here is a list of the current exhibitions:
The exhibition ´Picasso the Photographer’s Gaze´.

Offers an immersion into Pablo Picasso’s universe through photography, a versatile form of expression that produces images so diverse that they possess all the facets of a creator who is at the same time author, model, witness and spectator of his work and life.


You can add your audioguide to your visit. The audioguide is available in the following languages: English, Catalan, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Russian, Japanese, Chinese and Korean. 

Remember to come with your smartphone and headphones. Go to the audio guide desk and scan the QR code to access the content on your mobile.

If you may need them, one-use headphones are available. 

How to get there?

Carrer Montcada, 15-23, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
Located in El Born, in the heart of Barcelona old town (Ciutat Vella). You have different options:

Line 4 - Jaume I and Line 1 - Arc de Triomf

120 45 V15 V17 Via Laietana
39 51 H14 Passeig Picasso

We recommend to add to your booking the Gothic Quarter Audioguide

We are walking in the Gothic quarter - the heart of Barcelona. We will see the most important sights of the Middle Ages city: La Rambla street, The Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia (or Barcelona Cathedral), several churches and Roman ruins, palaces and luxurious squares, narrow alleys and a view of the sea. How was Barcelona built and where is the name Catalonia from? And why were the kings of Aragon here? How did people live here in the Middle Ages and why is Barcelona one of the world capitals of shopping today? Where are the geese from in this city and what do you need to do to be happy for at least the next year? Our trip is about all of this and much more!