Picasso Museum Paris

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Paris: Picasso Museum Full-Day Priority Access

1. Paris: Picasso Museum Full-Day Priority Access

The Musée National Picasso Paris is the only facility in the world to present Picasso’s complete painted, sculpted, engraved, and illustrated œuvre as a precise record. Included in the collection are sketches, studies, drafts, notebooks, etchings in various stages, photographs, illustrated books, films and documents of the artist’s creative process. Explore the museum’s collection and exhibitions with your skip-the-line priority ticket. Current Exhibitions: "Picasso and Rodin" Exhibition - until March 6, 2022 For the first time, the Musée national Picasso-Paris, in partnership with the Musée Rodin, is staging a “Picasso-Rodin” exhibition at two locations. This unprecedented partnership between Paris’s two monographic museums offers a dual perspective on the artists who paved the way for modernity: while the exhibition at the Musée Rodin explores the responses provided by Rodin (1840-1917) and Picasso (1881-1973) to the early-20th century crisis of representation, the Musée Picasso invites a comparative reading of their artworks.

The Marais Walking Food Tour: Cheese, Wine and Delicacies

2. The Marais Walking Food Tour: Cheese, Wine and Delicacies

Le Marais is the perfect place for an authentic and delightful food tour. While your tastebuds enjoy the flavors, your eyes can feast on this beautiful neighborhood's cute cafes, interesting art galleries, high-end shops and quaint architecture.  Your local food expert and guide will take you far off the beaten path of this well-known district to discover the warm atmosphere of an authentic market full of fresh products and other culinary gems hidden in the narrow and lively streets. You'll taste fresh French cheeses served on a crunchy baguette and paired with wine, cured hams and charcuterie, generous pastries, delicious chocolates and many other sweet and savory delicacies. Even the most demanding tastebuds will be pleased! After hopping in and out of Parisians' favorite stores, you’ll feel like a local and know more about the Parisian way of life. Your passionate tour guide will be more than happy to share interesting stories and information with you about French culinary art and the wonderful Marais neighborhood.

Marais Walking Tour: Lifestyle in Paris

3. Marais Walking Tour: Lifestyle in Paris

Paris is the city of lovers, and Le Marais is a magnificent mix of historical mansions, cutting edge fashion boutiques, and lively restaurants. It makes an absolutely essential place to visit on your Paris adventure. Long known as the aristocratic district of Paris, it hosts a stunning array of architectural buildings. It spreads across the 3rd and 4th arrondissements on the Rive Droite (Right Bank). Our tour today will include a look at the unusual side of the neighborhood not usually experienced by tourists. We'll enter in some of the most prestigious gourmet addresses, and see the most important monuments along the way. These include: Place des Vosges - the oldest planned square in Paris; Hôtel de Sully, Carnavalet, and Hôtel Salé, each with their renowned designs. We'll also have a chance to find a remarkable group of shops along the way! Make sure to ask your guide about restaurant recommendations in this culinary city. We'll also have an opportunity to stop for two gourmet tastings along the way, to complete your experience in the Marais.

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What people are saying about Picasso Museum Paris

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 804 reviews

A fun, highly informative, adult activity with a local guide who was steeped in food and history knowledge. We tasted excellent local wines, cheeses, meats, breads, delicacies, and desserts, and we were introduced to the neighborhood bistro experience. The company is easy to reach and communicative, and its instructions are accurate and easy to follow. Not recommended for vegetarians or vegans.

It was great that you could turn up whenever you wanted. There was no queue when we went. You are not allowed backpacks or bags in the museum but there is a free cloakroom. I got one audio guide which I found to be really useful. You juste have to leave some form of identification with them. They let me leave my hotel key card.

Emily was a terrific tour leader- she told us about the history and the food and wine. The group was only 10 people. Stops were a mix of cheese, wine, charcuterie, other local specialties, bread and sweets. Learned a lot about France’s regard for cuisine!

Our group thoroughly enjoyed the food tour. The different delicacies were all real treats and the walking tour was a fun environment.

Great mix of food, wine and architectural highlights. Highly recommended.