Museen

Mallorca bietet eine Vielzahl an interessanten Museen und historischen Gebäuden. Wandeln Sie auf den Spuren der Kultur und lassen Sie sich verzaubern!

CCA Andratx
Centro Cultural Andratx
Carrer Estanyera, 2
Andratx
Tel: +34 971 13 77 70
www.ccandratx.com

Modern and Contemporary art in
minimalistic atmosphere. 4,000 m2, 3-4 
international exhibitions a year. This 
Gallery offers specially selected works 
for art collectors. Beautiful setting – a must for art lovers!

Entrance: 5€ 
March-Oct: Tue–Fri 10.30am-7pm. 
Sat/Sun/Holidays: 10.30am-4 pm.
Monday closed. 
Nov-Feb: Tue–Sat: 10.30am-4pm. 
Closed: Mon/Sun/Holidays.

Caixa Forum Palma
Plaça de Weyler, 3
Palma de Mallorca
Tel: +34 971 17 85 00
www.obrasocial.lacaixa.es

Permanent exhibition of internationally 
renowned artists. Interesting temporary 
exhibitions, located in the most 
emblematic Art Nouveau building of 
Palma. Take a seat at Gran Café and enjoy Palma!

Entrance free 
Mon–Sat: 10am–8pm 
Sun/Holidays: 11am–2pm

Casal Sólleric
Passeig del Born, 27
Palma de Mallorca
Tel: +34 971 72 96 04
www.solleric.org

Contemporary art exhibitions and 
documentaries in a typical Majorcan 
Manor House. Nice gastro bar and book shop!

Entrance free 
Tue-Sat: 11am–2pm & 3.30pm–8.30pm 
Sun: 11am–2.30pm. Monday closed.

Es Baluard Museo d’Art Modern i Contemporani
Plaça de la Porta de Santa Catalina, 10
Palma de Mallorca
Tel: +34 971 90 82 00 
www.esbaluard.org

One of the most important museums for 
modern and contemporary art in Spain. 
Collection of over 500 works and space 
for temporary exhibitions of international 
relevance. Relax on the Café terrace with itsimpressive views overlooking the Mediterranean.

Adults: 6€ (temporary exhibition: 4€) / 
Students 4,50€ / Kids - 12 free 
Tues–Sat: 10am-8pm. Sun: 10am-3pm. 
Closed Monday - 25/12 & 1/1

Fundación Bartolomé March
Sa Torre Cega
Carrer Juan March, 2
Capdepera
Reservations: +34 689 02 73 53
www.fundacionbmarch.es

Adults: 4,50€/Pensioners: 3,80€ 
Kids -12 free

Feb-Apr: Wed & Sat: 11am–12.30pm
Fri (all year): 10.30am–11am/12pm–6pm 
May-Nov: Wed & Thurs: 10.30am–12pm 
Sat & Sun: 11am–6pm. Holidays closed.

Beautiful spot on the coast with a 
collection of modern and contemporary 
sculptures. An eclectic mix - with 
figurative and abstract works – and at 
the same time experimental, especially 
with regard to the richness of the 
textures. 
Enjoy the beautiful Mediterranen Park of the Sa Torre Cega Gardens and the spectacular view. All tours are guided and by reservation only!

Fundación Bartolomé March Servera
Carrer del Palau Reial, 18
Palma de Mallorca
Tel: +34 971 71 11 22
www.fundacionbmarch.es

Adults: 4,50€/Kids -12 free 
Apr–Oct: Mon-Fri: 10am–6.30pm 
Nov–March: Mon–Friday: 10am–2pm 
Closed: Sun/Holidays

Permanent collection of Modern & 
Contemporary Sculptures, Napolitan 
Nativity Crip (XVIII Century), Bibliography 
& Art Collections (XX Century), 
Cartography (XIV–XV Century). 
Impressive terrace with a beautiful view over the Old Town of Palma!

Museu Fundación Juan March
Carrer de Sant Miquel, 11
Palma de Mallorca
Tel: +34 971 71 35 15
www.march.es/arte/palma/

Mon-Fri: 10.30am–6.30pm 
Sat: 10.30am–2.00pm 
Closed: Sun/Holidays

Permanent collection of 70 works by 
the most important Spanish avantgarde 
artists of the 20th century sic as 
Picasso, Mirò, Gris, Dalí, etc. Interesting: 
The exhibition New Arrivals takes place each year between fall and spring: Spanish contemporary art from past decades!

 

Fundaciò Pilar y Joan Mirò a Mallorca 
Carrer de Saridakis, 29 

Palma de Mallorca

Tel: +34 971 70 14 20 
miro.palmademallorca.es

Adults: 6€ 
Reduced admission: 
Residents/pensioners/16 to 18 year 
olds: 3€ 
16.09-15.05: Tues-Sat: 10am–6pm 
Sun & Holiday: 10am–3pm 
16.05-15.09: Tues-Sat: 10am–7pm 
Sun & Holiday: 10am–3pm 
Closed: Mon - 25/12 & 1/1

The collection of works by Joan Miró 
includes paintings, drawings, sculptures 
and prints: 118 paintings on canvas, 275 
mixed media pieces, 1,512 drawings, 35 
sculptures and prints. 
Plus: three unique buildings that offer one of the most striking architectural ensembles on the island!

 

Fundación Yannik & Ben Jakober 
Museu Sa Bassa Blanca 

Alcúdia 
Tel: +34 971 54 98 80 
www.fundacionjakober.org

Adults: 9€ (1 exhibition) /12€ 
(2 exhibitions) /15€ (3 exhibitions) 
Reduced tickets for students, 
pensioners, youths (11-17 years) 
Kids -10: free 
Tues: Nins & Sculpture Park: 
9.30am–12.30pm/2.30pm–5.30pm 
Wed to Sat: only guided tours: 
11am & 15pm by appointment 
Thurs: Coffered polychrome ceiling 
(Heritage):10am–12pm 
Family Day: Sat 11am, by appointment 
Closed: Mon/Sun/Holiday 

 

One of the most unique collections of 
its kind in Europe consisting of more 
than 150 Portraits of Children, “Nins”, 
dating from the XVI to the XIX centuries 
designed as national heritage. Beautiful rose garden and park with monumental granite sculptures, inspired by animals figured in Antiquity.  

Ses Voltes Centro de Arte y Creación 
Passeig Dalt Murada, s/n 
Palma de Mallorca 
Tel: +34 971 72 87 39 
www.sesvoltes.org 

 

Tue-Sat: 10am–8pm 
Sun: 2pm–8pm 
Holidays: 10am–8pm 

 

Campus dedicated to the creation and 
production of contemporary art. The 
core mission is to facilitate dialogue 
between Majorcan artists and the 
international public. 
See artists at work as well as great exhibitions! 

Cartuja de Valldemossa King Sancho Palace (1309-1399) 
Plaça de la Cartoixa s/n 
Valldemossa 
Tel: + 34 971 61 29 86 
www.cartujadevalldemossa.com 

 

Enjoy the decoration of a Majorcan manor house from the 19th century and a hommage to Frédéric Chopin and George Sand, who lived here in 1938.

Castell de Bellver

Camilo José Cela s/n
Palma de Mallorca
Tel: +34 971 73 50 65
www.cultura.palma.es

 

Adults: 4€ 
Apr–Sept: Mon: 8.30am–1pm 
Tues-Sat: 8.30am-8pm 
Sun/Holidays: 10am–8pm 
Oct–March: Mon: 8.30am–1pm 
Tues–Sat: 8.30am–6pm 
Sun/Holidays: 10am–6pm 
Closed: 25/12 & 1/1

 

Beautiful Gothic style castle with Roman 
elements set on a hill 3 km northwest 
of Palma, built in the 14th century for 
King James II of Majorca. One of the few 
circular castles in Europe and seat of the 
Palma History Museum. Fantastic views over the Bay of Palma and the Mediterranean Sea! 

Catedral de Palma “La Seu”
Plaça Almoina s/n
Palma de Mallorca
Tel: +34 902 02 24 45
www.catedraldemallorca.info

 

Apr/May/Oct: 
Mon–Fri: 10am–5.15pm 
June-Sept: 
Mon–Fri: 10am–6.15pm 
Nov-March: 
Mon–Fri: 10am–5.15pm 
Sat: 10am–2.15pm

 

The glory of Palma: La Seu, its 
magnificent sandstone Gothic Cathedral. 
Many architectural styles: Renaissance, 
Plateresque style, Mannerism, Baroque 
elements, Classicism. Structural 
elements of the famous catalán architect 
Antoni Gaudí. 
Contribution from the 21rst Century: the Chapel of the Blessed Sacramenti by the contemporary artist Miquel Barceló. 

Palacio Real de la Almudaina
Palau Reial s/n
Palma de Mallorca
Tel: +34 971 21 41 34
www.patrimonionacional.es

 

Tarifa Básica: 9 € /Tarifa Reducida: 4 € 
Mon–Fri: 10am–2pm / 4pm–6pm 
Palacio Real: Salones Oficiales y Capilla
de Santa Ana. A walk through the history of the Balearic Islands with ancient signs of Christians and Muslims.

Son Marroig & Monestir Miramar
Ctra. Valldemossa-Deià Ma-10
Valldemossa
Tel: +34 971 63 91 58
www.sonmarroig.com

 

4€ /Kids -12 free 
Mon–Sat: 10am–6pm (Winter) 
9.30am–7pm (Summer) 

 

Son Marroig Museum offers a visit to 
the former property of Archduke Luis 
Salvator of Austria. Monestir Miramar 
was founded by Ramon Llull in 1276 
as a monastery and school of Oriental 
languages. Beautiful views! Walk through olive groves until you reach the imposing Mediterranean Sea.