What's in our tour?
This is a double-feature.
1) A skip-the-line ticket to the Picasso Museum: the world’s largest collection of Picasso, covering all the periods of the artist who revolutionized art again and again. Your ticket is valid every day, at the time of your choosing.
2) An art walking tour of the Marais, one of Paris’ most inspiring districts, and the heart of Paris’ fashion and art galeries.
- With this skip-the-line ticket valid any day, any time, spend your time inside the Picasso Museum, the world’s largest collection of Picasso’s works – instead of outside, in the long queue to the lavish, recently refurbished Museum. Picasso spent most of his life in France, and the Musée Picasso hosts paintings and sculptures from every period of Picasso’s revolutionizing art. It also hosts Picasso’s private collection of his favorite artists – Matisse, Miro, Degas etc.
- Prior to seeing the museum, a local Parisian will lead you through the area – the Marais, Paris’ top district for art galeries, trendy fashion, and aristocratic mansions. Your Marais tour starts near the Pompidou center for contemporary art and ends some 90 minutes later right outside the Picasso Museum.
Where and when?
Our Picasso Art Tour Marais starts on time at at 10.30am and lasts a leisurely 90 minutes.
Tour runs on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, rain or shine. In English. Closed on Dec. 24 & 25 only.
We meet at place Stravinsky plaza (at the water basin with water fountains), on the church side, near the Pompidou center.
Our tour ends in front of Picasso Museum.
In order to see more on this tour, we do not spend time going inside each building.
Why take this tour?
To spend time inside the Picasso museum, instead of outside – the queues are big.
To explore the Marais (Parisians’ favorite district for strolling and enjoying life) in the company of a born-and-raised Parisian – Marais is very secretive, you need a local to walk you through it.
Picasso skip-the-line ticket + Marais Art Tour is €45/adult (or US$50) discounted to €28 for kids 18 and under.
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Groups of friends, families, and school groups looking for an opportunity to share private time together often book a private guide.Privatize this tour
The Picasso museum is open 6 days a week, 11.30am to 6pm. The museum is closed on Mondays, and December 25th, January 1st and May 1st.