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Honestly, after visiting the Paris museum this can be somewhat of a let down. However, if you take it for what it’s worth it’s still a cool place to visit in the area. It used to be where Picasso would work and there are a...More
It seemed like half of the museum was under construction while we were there, and the bathroom line was 45 minutes long. I wish there'd been more of a structure to what was on display. I didn't feel like I learned anything.
We where in Antibes for a wedding and we walked over from the Belle Rives to see the museum. While it did not have some of the great Picasso works there was plenty to see as well as great photographs of Pablo in various stages...More
Picasso left some amazing artworks here in Antibes, and it's worth visiting If you're a fan! It is also where Picasso loved to live and this is considered to be his 'antibes' period. His studio is on the top floor , and the museum is...More
A lovely little museum encompassing six months of Picasso's life in 1946 when he was invited to live at the then musée Garimaldi. What sets this collection apart is that you can 'watch' the progression of a theme over several days or a month with...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.