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I ran out of time so I did not actually go into the museum proper (plus I had just seen the special Picasso exhibit at the Louvre. But I was able to walk around the mansion and appreciate its beauty, as well as go into...More
Had a timed entry for the "Masterpieces" exhibition at the Picasso Museum but was allowed in early. The museum was not too crowded, which was a clue to the quality of the exhibition. It was all right but paled in comparison to the current "Picasso...More
As an art novice, the audio guide is my first go to for help. Touring this museum I was struck with the complexity of understanding his works. First to see the influence of others as he deconstructed his paintings, then to understand how time, politics,...More
We always go to the Picasso when we are in Paris, but it wasn't as good as usual, as many of the wonderful paintings are in the Picasso exhibit at the Musee d'Orsay. But I'm reviewing the tiny restaurant -- we had lunch on the...More
This is a marvelous museum, lately reopened after a major renovation. The eye opener is seeing the substantial number of Picasso's sculptures as well as his paintings. The collection spans the artist's work over his lifetime, and clearly shows his evolution as a great modernist.
I decided that on this Paris trip I would focus my attention of the Arts. I have visited many of the galleries and museums on previous trips but they were incidental. This visit was going to be focused! I was going to become sophisticated at...More
We visited this museum in 2013 before it closed for renovations. Upon revisiting it, we can't understand what took them so long. There's nothing particularly striking about the new museum and the contents are no more or less impressive than they were before. The Picasso...More
The Marais is a winding maze of multi-faceted streets that beg to be explored. It bursts with small boutiques, historic buildings, cozy traditional restaurants, and hidden parks. Around each corner, you'll come across little gems of architecture spanning the centuries, from understated medieval towers to classical libraries and 17th century splendor. This neighborhood unites a rich mix of
people of all ages, but it's best known for the gay scene mostly in the south and the Jewish community around Rue des Rosiers.
Response from lindab20152015 | Reviewed this property |
Once you get inside the building there are elevators. But the path leading up to the museum entrance is uneven and you might need assistance to make sure the wheels get over the little steps and cobblestones.
Response from ShayneNelson | Reviewed this property |
You guessed right. The best plan is to skip the Picasso Museum. They've wrecked it with a crazy modern remodellling scheme and there are very few works by Picasso in the place, even when all the levels are open.