Vallauris, place de "L'Homme au mouton" © Gilles Ehrentrant

Practical informations

In the grounds of the Vallauris priory, in the heart of the old town, the Pablo Picasso national Museum, War and Peace, occupies the space of the Romanesque chapel. It is located in the immediate vicinity of the Magnelli municipal museum, the ceramics museum, and is the first stage of a journey through the town linking the places where Picasso lived and worked.
Resident in Vallauris since 1948, Picasso chose this chapel to install a monumental mural composition entitled War and Peace. This work, conceived in situ, denounces with passion and inventiveness the horrors of war and bears witness to the artist's commitment to peace.

Pablo Picasso national Museum, War and Peace
Place de la Libération - 06220 Vallauris
Tel. +33 (0)4 93 64 71 83


Opening hours

During the year: every day except on Tuesdays, January 1st, May 1st, November 1st and 11th, December 25th.

  • from 10 am to 12.15 pm and from 2 pm to 5 pm. The ticket office is open until 4:30 pm
  • Summer opening hours (1 July to 15 September): 10 am to 12.30 pm and 2 pm to 6 pm. The ticket office is open until 5.45 pm

Please note ! On December 24th and 31st, the eve of the Christmas holidays, the museum closes exceptionally at 4pm instead of 5pm. The ticket office is open until 3.30 pm.


Access and contact details

By motorway, exit 44 Antibes, then direction Vallauris.
2 car parks nearby: Espace-Loisirs and Hôtel de Ville.

Nice Côte d'Azur airport : 20 km away, then take the Lignes d'Azur Express bus no. 250 from the airport to the 8 May 1945 car park, then walk to the museum (about 10/15 minutes)

Bus : Envibus network (from Cannes and Antibes) : n°5, 8, 17 and 19 and 20. Stop "Place de la Libération".

Golfe-Juan SNCF station : walk to Square Nabonnand then Envibus bus line 8 to the "Place de la Libération" stop.

Disabled access to the Pablo Picasso chapel and to the ground floor of the Alberto Magnelli museum. For more information

GPS coordinates : 43.579805 | 7.053144


Prices

The entrance ticket gives access to the Pablo Picasso - War and Peace national Museum and the Magnelli Museum of Ceramics.

Full price : 6€
Reduced rate : 3 € (rate per person, for groups of 10 or more participants - adults, seniors, students)
Free admission for :
- children up to and including 18 years of age and residents of Vallauris Golfe-Juan (on presentation of proof of address)
- Journalists with a press card
- Disabled people and their companions (on presentation of proof)
- on the first Sunday of the month for all

Accepted payments
Cash (euros), bank cheques (payable in France or Monaco). No payment possible with CB.


Health measures

From Monday 14 March 2022, the health pass is no longer required at the entrance to leisure and cultural venues. For more information 
Similarly, it is no longer required to wear a mask inside or outside cultural venues. For more information


Measures before 14 March 2022

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In order to prepare for your visit, we would like to inform you of the specific conditions for visiting the site, which have been put in place to prevent the spread of Covid-19. We thank you in advance for respecting them for the well-being of all:

As of 24 January 2022, the vaccination pass replaces the health pass for people over 16 years of age. The vaccination pass consists of the presentation, digitally (via the TousAntiCovid application) or on paper, of proof of a complete vaccination schedule, a certificate of recovery less than six months old or a certificate of contraindication to vaccination.

The "activities" health pass remains in force for minors aged 12 to 15. For more information on the vaccination pass, click here

For our foreign visitors: we advise you to come with a paper printout of your vaccination pass and QRcode as photos of QRcodes are frequently rejected by our application.


All photographers

In recent years, photography and filming in museums and monuments has become a common phenomenon that is often extended to social networks. The Ministry of Culture and Communication wanted to support institutions and visitor associations in designing a charter of understanding that sets out the main rules for visiting and sharing culture in the digital age. This charter is likely to inspire other ministries, local authorities and the entire network of cultural structures in the heritage field.

Download the pdf all photographers below :

 

Mark Dion
From June 25th to october 17th 2022