We all know some of Pablo Picasso's works, but did you know that you can see some of his masterpieces at the Picasso Museum in Paris?
To discover them, you can look for a parking space near the Picasso Museum in Paris to go and visit the museum in peace and quiet and to avoid having to park in Paris in a modernist way (we let you choose if you are more cubist, dadaist or je-ne-sais-quoi-ist, as you wish!). Be rather contemporary and reserve a parking space in Paris on Parclick to park properly. It's sure it's less artistic but it's more practical and less risky!
Did you know that the Picasso Museum is housed in the Hôtel Salé, itself a listed building? Remember to admire the works of Picasso, of course, but also the Hôtel Salé which is a true splendour!
In the Picasso Museum in Paris, you will be able to appreciate the painted, sculpted, graphic and engraved works, but you can also consult the documentation in the library.
The Hotel Salé has been furnished with 50 pieces of Giacometti furniture designed by Diego Giacometti. Don't leave without paying attention to the detail of these unique pieces of furniture.
If you have been inspired by the Picasso Museum in Paris and decided to take a walk before getting back in the car, you will find the Centre Pompidou, Place des Vosges and the City Hall just a 10-minute walk away. Make the most of this opportunity to visit the capital and discover the must-see places in Paris!
In order to arrive at the Picasso Museum on time, you need a parking space, but not only that. Let's just say that if you don't know what time you can get there, reserving your space can be complicated!
Come on, we'll give you a helping hand (if you don't have a brushstroke), by giving you the Picasso Museum Paris timetables :
Tuesday : 10.30 am - 6 pm
Wednesday: 10.30am - 6pm
Thursday: 10:30 am - 6:00 pm
Friday: 10:30 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday: 9:30 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday: 09h30 - 18h00.
It sounds easy as it is, but in fact the opening hours of the Picasso Museum in Paris adapt to public holidays and holidays. During the school holidays in zone C, the museum opens a little earlier: at 9.30 am from Tuesday to Sunday.
The closing days are Monday, December 25th, January 1st and May 1st. Please note that on 24 and 31 December, the museum closes at 5pm, and access to the room closes at 4.40pm.
Please note that the rest of the year, you can visit the Picasso Museum until 5:40 pm, when the rooms close.
And if you feel you haven't had time to see everything, you can always go back the next day now that you know where to park around the Picasso Museum in Paris! And really, there's nothing we can do about it, if you want to see the famous Guernica, you'll have to go to the Prado Museum in Madrid. In the meantime, book your parking space near the Picasso Museum in Paris now by choosing from the cheap car parks in Paris available ;)