The Pablo Picasso Gallery in Barcelona is known as Picasso Museum (in Catalan Museu Picasso) and is one of the top attractions in Barcelona city. This impressive museum focuses on works from Picasso's earlier days up until and including the Pablo Picasso Blue Period. Let's take a look at a bit more of what to expect when you visit this large Picasso Museum.
How to Avoid Long Queues at Picasso Museum?
We can help you save money and skip the line when visiting the Picasso Museum. You may choose one of the three options we offer here to visit the Picasso Art Gallery and get additional benefits: the Museum Pass (Articket), the Barcelona Card (sightseeing pass), or the Picasso Walking Tour.
1. The Barcelona Museum Pass (Articket)
You can buy this Big Saver in the form of a Museum Pass called Articket, which offers you admission to the 6 art museums that are considered to be the best in Barcelona. These institutions include the following:
The Picasso Museum
Fundacio Joan Miro
MACBA (Contemporary Art Museum of Barcelona)
Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC)
Fundacio Antoni Tapies
Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona (The CCCB)
If you love art, you honestly can't go wrong with the Articket. Plus, you will save a great deal of time and energy by having the ability to skip the lines. As you might imagine, lines for attractions like the Picasso Art Gallery can be quite long.
2. The Barcelona Card
The Barcelona Card is a kind of discount sightseeing pass that allows you to get unlimited free public transport (including airport transportation), plus a lot of benefits. You'll get many discounts for attractions, tours, restaurants, shops, and more.
You can buy the Barcelona Card for 3, 4 or 5 days. Also, you'll have free access to many top museums in Barcelona, including the free entrance to the Picasso Museum, of course.
3. The Picasso Walking Tour
We also offer the following saving combo: Picasso walking tour including Picasso Museum, which will take you to the Picasso Museum as well as various locations in the neighborhood where Picasso spent his time.
Don't Miss the Picasso Museum
Over the years, the Picasso Museum has continued to grow and improve as more interesting works have been added, as well as new extensions to the buildings that house his work. The Government of Catalonia has even stated that this is a museum of national interest.
The Picasso museum grants free access the first Sunday of each month from 9 am to 7 pm, and every Thursday afternoon from 6 pm to 9:30 pm. However, the access is limited to a certain number of visitors, and you should expect very long queues.
Also, the temporary exhibition is not included in the free visit. For the best experience, if you want a stress-free visit to the Picasso Museum, we recommend these Picasso Museum access options.