Museo Es Baluard

The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in the ancient fortress of Palma was inaugurated in 2004. Great spaces for art were created in the old bastion of the 17th century.


Plaça de Porta Santa Catalina


Casal Solleric

The Casa Solleric is an urban art exhibition hall on Passeig del Born. The elegant 18th-century city palace with patio provides a fine setting for the exhibited works of art.


Passeig del Born


Fundacio Juan March

The Museum Juan March has an excellent collection of Spanish painting from the early 20th century. Among them are works of famous artist like Pablo Picasso, Juan Gris, Joan Miro and Salvador Dali. In addition, the Foundation shows temporary exhibitions of national and international contemporary art. Also worth a visit is the building itself from the 18th century, was modernized in 1918.


Carrer de Sant Miquel


Museo de Mallorca

The "Museo de Mallorca" is located in the Palau Ayamans of the 17th century. The Museum of Majorca represents the history of the island. From the prehistoric Talayotic on the Arab conquerors to the Spanish reconquest you can immerse yourself in the island's past.


Calle de la Portella 5


Museo Can Morey di Sant Marti

The name of the museum does not indicate the content but the art collector Wolfgang Hörnke from Germany has gathered a fine Salvador Dalí collection in Palma's historic gentre. In the Museo Can Morey di Sant Marti you can see graphics of the famous Catalan surrealist.


Calle de la Portella 9


Palacio Real de la Almudaina

The "Palacio Real de la Almudaina" (Royal Palace) stands on the site where the Romans and Moors had their palace. As the palace is still used by the royal family of Spain, only a small part of the building and the "Museum March" is open to the public.


Plaça de l'Almonia


Map museums in Palma de Majorca


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