This monographic museum, which brings together the largest collection of the artist's works, is located in the majestic setting of the Hôtel Salé, a former Parisian mansion in the heart of the Marais district. Drawings, studies, sketches, sketchbooks, engravings, photographs, illustrated books, films … Everything has been brought together to offer a rich insight into Picasso’s different periods and many areas of artistic creation, and present his creative process, his techniques, his inspirations, and his private collections.
In addition to 5,000 works and 200,000 archive items, the place regularly hosts fascinating temporary exhibitions that approach the artist's world from a new angle each time.
Access to Musée national Picasso is free, upon presentation of proof, for: all young people under 18 years of age, residents of the European Union aged 18 to 25 years inclusive, holders of the Education Pass, job seekers, people with disabilities and their companion, ... (complete list available on the museum's website and directly on site).
Access to the Musée national Picasso is free for all on the first Sunday of each month.