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It was amazing to see the multimedium of artwork that Picasso created! I especially loved the sculpture that was made of only guitars. We also had fun in trying to figure out some of his artwork and the meaning behind each one. The building itself...More
The receptionist seemed totally disinterested in us and just about managed to process our credit card as though the effort was too much. We were not offered the option of an audio tour which might have enhanced our experience. Altogether it was an underwhelming visit
A beautifully restored old building and Picasso works of period 1920 - 1946. Some of the paintings like "Baigneuses regardant un avion" I simply can't forget. Nice courtyard and a wonderful terrace with Picasso's artwork and amazing views.
Entry is 8 euros (if you don't get a concession) and there are none of Picasso's more famous works here. This exhibition concentrates on the works he created while living in Antibes around 1946. There are also a series of photos taken in during this...More
Well laid out in a fabulous building in Antibes overlooking the Mediterranean sea towards Nice. Entry fee in February was only 8 € for an adult. Well worth a visit. It does not contain his most famous works.
A beautifully restored, ancient, stone building located a top the Vieux Ville Antibes. The sun shines off the vanilla coloured stone building, set in a courtyard area, adjacent to the Church of the Immaculate Conception where the old bells toll.
The museum is set out...More
This is worthy if you wanna have a view from the coast. The collection is not representative of Picasso's most famous works, and there is not much information about what it is being exhibited. Unless you're a really a scholar of the area, I would...More
Take the train not the bus ..the 200 bus is extremely slow. The train ( and,indeed,the bus) will drop you at Antibes railway station. you will find it quickest (not to mention very scenic) to walk down Avenue de la... More
Take the train not the bus ..the 200 bus is extremely slow. The train ( and,indeed,the bus) will drop you at Antibes railway station. you will find it quickest (not to mention very scenic) to walk down Avenue de la Liberation and continue to walk all the way round the Port and then the cliff top Ramparts to the Picasso Museum. around 25 minutes average walking pace.