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Simple yet interesting

We visited this museum because it was close to our hotel. With two young children it is important... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Julia T
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Corvallis, Oregon
Small but fascinating and free

This little museum - the house where Picasso lived with his family for 5 years as a young boy... read more

Reviewed July 13, 2018
EleanorStoneham
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London, England, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited this museum because it was close to our hotel. With two young children it is important that the event can be somewhat interesting and allows for us to go at our own pace. This museum did that. The apartment is recreated as when...More

Thank Julia T
Reviewed July 30, 2018

The first thing you need to know - is entry is free. We even tried to pay and ended up just leaving a donation - it was well worth it. A bit tricky to locate, this restored residence provides a glimpse of the architecture and...More

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Reviewed July 13, 2018

This little museum - the house where Picasso lived with his family for 5 years as a young boy - gives a fascinating insight into living conditions of such a family at that time - all the small rooms open off one long narrow corridor...More

Thank EleanorStoneham
Reviewed July 11, 2018

This is a cute little museum, set-up to show what the piso would have looked like when Picasso’s family lived there, when he was a small boy. The entry is free, and I’ve read others mention an audio guide, but we weren’t offered a guide....More

Thank Carrie C
Reviewed October 27, 2017 via mobile

If you are a fan of Pablo Picasso, take time to visit the Picasso House Museum in Barcelona. Located down a small street with lots of restaurants, bakeries and gift shops, touristy and artistic, this museum offers a glimpse into Picasso’s life as an artist...More

1  Thank Kathryn F
Reviewed October 8, 2017

I am always surprised little seems to be made of the time Picasso spent in A Coruna as a child. The house does give an insight into the family's living conditions during this time. There is a shop and gallery on the ground floor.

1  Thank gordonilla
Reviewed February 23, 2017 via mobile

We used our hop on hop off inclusive ticket 29E to enter the house. The audio guide was detailed and well produced. It was interesting to imagine Picasso and his family living here, walking and playing in the plaza and making their way through the...More

2  Thank Xxxxxxxxoi
Reviewed July 15, 2016

If I didn't know that there was the apartment where Pablo Picasso lived located on this street, I would have passed it a thousand times. Located on a busy street in the city center, this apartment building sits above commercial stores. Yet, it is here,...More

1  Thank backpacker31
Reviewed March 16, 2016 via mobile

......you will love this little apartment. This is such an unusual building to include in a visit to A Coruna, but one that is actually quite memorable. You can almost miss the entrance (it is next to the Picasso shop), open the front door and...More

Thank ydrewnicki
Reviewed November 17, 2015

This small museum in downtown A Coruna is interesting both because it was an early home of Pablo Picasso and also for its recreation of what bourgeois apartment would be like in late 1800's A Coruna. Picasso lived in this apartment for only three years...More

1  Thank klsalas
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