- Visit the house where Pablo Picasso was born and see a collection of his works, plus art by the likes of Miró, Christo, Bacon, Bross, and more
- Browse family memories and artifacts, and enter the library to see the 19th-century books - this is also a research center
- Witness Picasso's graphic artwork from 1931 - 1971 and see a recreation of a 19th-century study
Fascinated by art? Revisit the life and works of Pablo Picasso at the Casa Natal - the birthplace of the world-famous artist, sculptor, playwright... (is there anything he couldn't do?) See his works, family memories, a library, even a recreation of a 19th-century study!
The birthplace of Picasso has been an official heritage site since 1983. It was built in 1861 and Picasso himself lived here until 1884.
Witness his graphic artwork from 1931 - 1971, see a collection of illustrated books and 19th-century works in the library, and a reconstruction of his study, which might have been where some of his grand ideas were born! But it's not just about him.
The Picasso Birthplace Museum has more than 3,500 examples of contemporary art by over 200 artists, including works by Miró, Christo, Bacon, Bross, and Ernst to name a few.
As well as containing family memories and artifacts, this space is also a research center, so if you're an art fan looking for some interesting new facts, here's the place to study up!
Guernica and other disasters
24 October 2017 - 21 January 2018 To commemorate the 80th anniversary of the infamous bombing of Guernica, this exhibition takes a closer look at Picasso’s most famous, and most disturbing, work. To better understand its central themes of the horror of war and its corruption of innocent lives, the Picasso Birthplace Museum has compiled works by Jacques Callot, Francisco de Goya, Jorge Oteiza, José Manuel Ballester and Javier Arce to explore the enduring relevance of Picasso’s timeless cry of anguish.
Picasso: Decisive moments
21 June 2017 onwards Bringing together 18 diverse paintings, this new exhibition zeroes in on three crucial phases in Picasso’s career, showing how they came to define him as one of history's greatest artists. The first studies his early success, following his The Young Ladies of Avignon (1907), while the second and third celebrate his iconic Blue and Pink periods and commemorate the institution’s 25 years of vital curatorial work.
- Access to the permanent collection of the Picasso Foundation
- Access to the temporary exhibitions
- Audio guide
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
Bus: 1, 36 or 37 to Plaza de la Merced.