Craving some serious culture from the 3rd? Musée Picasso is the answer. As you can probably guess from the name, this gallery is dedicated to the life and work of Spanish artist Pablo Picasso – and across its three floors, you’ll find more than 5000 of his works: from paintings, sculptures and drawings to ceramics, engravings and even personal notebooks. Whether you want to delve into the life of Picasso or simply bask in the surroundings of the historic hôtel particulier, this setting is bound to satisfy. Just make sure to set a few hours aside to explore, ideally first thing in the morning before the wave of tourists hit.
Address: 9 Rue de Thorigny
Telephone: 01 85 56 00 36
Hours:Tuesday – Sunday 9:30AM-6:00PM
Metro: Saint-Sébastien-Froissart (8)
Words: Faye Fearon
Image: via @museepicassoparis