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Museum of Photography

33 Porte Sarrazine, 06250 Mougins, France
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Museum of Photography?

We wanted to visit local 'attractions' since we were staying in Mougins. Well we visited and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Ron D
Local interest

Tiny museum- free to enter with many pictures of Picasso through the years- particularly his later... read more

Reviewed 21 July 2017
Paul R
Leeds, United Kingdom
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33 Porte Sarrazine, 06250 Mougins, France
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We wanted to visit local 'attractions' since we were staying in Mougins. Well we visited and 'looked' at the Museum mainly because it did not charge entry fee. We probably spent 15 minutes maximum, not too exciting. Maybe if photography is your thing it might...More

Thank Ron D
Reviewed 21 July 2017

Tiny museum- free to enter with many pictures of Picasso through the years- particularly his later years in Mougins. Definitely worth a visit whilst in this beautiful village.

Thank Paul R
Reviewed 18 May 2017

Free entry. Some exceptional photographs on display, including many of Picasso who lived in Mougins in later life.

Thank SPaPP
Reviewed 26 March 2017

Founded in 1986 by photographer Andre' Villers, the museum has a rich collection of pictures mainly of Picasso in his daily working life taken by master photographers Andre' Villers himself, Robert Doisneau and David Douglas Duncan. Also some few interesting portraits of french intellectuals and...More

Thank Marconiada
Reviewed 2 March 2017 via mobile

It was unexpected and we were invited by a Gentleman who saw my Canon 1D .. and figured out our passion for photo! - go visit the museum he said. Well, we saw the history of Kodak argentic era fading away as numeric took place.....More

Thank 625marinette
Reviewed 14 November 2016 via mobile

I am so glad that I visited this museum. I was drawn to it by a guide book and discovered the quaint artist village of Mougins. Can't complain about the free entry. The primary draw is the permanent collection of photographs of Picasso by Andre...More

Thank BrkYrd
Reviewed 14 October 2016

It may be small and the collection simple but I have to say there is something magical about seeing the photographs of the lovely candidness of Picasso by Andre Villers. It's free admission...linger and really transport yourself into these personal black & whites. You've nothing...More

Thank resourcefulgirl
Reviewed 30 June 2016

The Museum is largely photographs with some old cameras, no photography allowed in side and not a lot to see but its free so why not visit.

Thank GrahamandJennifer_13
Reviewed 21 April 2016

Free entry to this quaint and compact museum. Admire the cube of melded old cameras in the entrance-way, and you will probably recognise some of your early camera models. Set over 3 levels, accessed by a steep spiral staircase, the displays include large sections on...More

Thank Marion M
Reviewed 24 March 2016

This museum has lots of photos of Picasso in a stairwell. We really didn't see anything to pique our interest.

Thank HoustonCouchPotatoes
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