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All reviews top floor chateau grimaldi his life on display great museum lovely building worth a visit small museum works of art sculpture garden ceramic plates overlooking the sea modern art nice collection few months old building beautiful location
The Grimaldi Mansion is the location of this museum on the water. It is incredible. If you come here and don't go you will be a total loser. Nuf said. Seriously dude! All of the paintings were painted in Antibes and you can find the...More
A smaller collection than Picasso Museums/galleries elsewhere such as Barcelona and Paris and less of a range of his different styles of painting on show. However, the fact that the works on show are all connected with the area makes for a different angle with...More
An amazing collection of paintings, drawings and sculptures set in an old Grimaldi home overlooking the Mediterranean. Glad we had time to spend a few hours soaking in the incredible genius of a very prolific artist.
If you like Picasso, then you must not miss Antibes. It has a great collection, while the Barcelona puts the accent on pencil drawings, you can see more paintings in Antibes. Quite an impressive collection, I did not expect to have such a number of...More
great collection of works for a small town - the use of the chateau grimaldi as the home of the exhibition works perfectly.
although i persoally prefer monet's landscapes of antibes so check them out as well.
It's interesting to learn and find out new things about Picasso, but we were expecting to something more interesting. It's good to visit it for your general knowledge but is not something that I could highly recommend.
we visited this museum and really enjoyed it. There was so much information about Picasso's life and his techniques it was especially interesting to me as an artist. This is very different from other museums I have been to. The only thing I would suggest...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.