Picasso Plunder – The Picasso Museum In Barcelona, Spain

By Nancy Todd

The Picasso Museum contains over three thousand paintings by the Big Guy.

If a Picasso original isn’t in your budget, The Picasso Museum Store, located in the same  group of medieval buildings, has a large stock of framed and unframed prints.

This diverse Barcelona shop is worth a stop just to view the arched stone ceilings with their wooden beams. If George Bush ever traveled outside the US he’d shop here. The long wiggly pencils, key chains, and magnets would appeal to him.

Fine jewelry, scarves, and an excellent selection of books for children and adults are for sale.  You get to buy cool stuff and support the arts.  No admission charge to go to the Museum Store.

Watch out! Lines are long to get into the Picasso Museum. Get there early.

Where: C/ Montcada 15-23

Web: www.museupicasso

Metro:  Yellow Line, Jaume I

Hours:  Tuesday – Sunday: 9am-7pm

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