Perched on the Old Town’s ramparts, the 14th-century Château Grimaldi was home to Picasso in 1946, when the Spanish artist lived and worked here at the invitation of the municipality. Upon his departure, he gifted all the work he’d completed to the château museum: 44 drawings and 23 paintings, including the famous La Joie de Vivre. In addition to this permanent collection inside the kooky building, which emerged from a fresh renovation in 2018, contemporary artworks by Joan Miró, Arman, and Modigliani, among many others, are also on display.
Château Grimaldi, pl. Mariejol
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Hours Mid-June to mid-Sept Tues–Sun 10am–6pm; mid-Sept to mid-June Tues–Sun 10am–1pm and 2–6pm Phone 04-92-90-54-28 Prices Admission 6€ adults; 3€ students and seniors; free for children 17 and under
MapChâteau Grimaldi, pl. Mariejol Antibes
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