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Majorca Museum

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  • 'San Bernardo altarpiece', Majorca Museum. Palma de Mallorca © Ministerio de Cultura

    'San Bernardo altarpiece', Majorca Museum. Palma de Mallorca © Ministerio de Cultura

  • Façade of the Majorca Museum. Palma de Mallorca © Ministerio de Cultura

    Façade of the Majorca Museum. Palma de Mallorca © Ministerio de Cultura

  

Category

General

Owner

State
Calle Portella, 5
07001 Palma
Majorca, Balearic Islands

Telephone+34 971177838

Fax+34 971176843

E-mailmuseudemallorca@dgcultur.caib.es

Websitehttp://www.caib.es/sacmicrofront/home.do?idsite=4485

History of Majorca

The museum is located in a 16th-century mansion popularly known as "Casa de la Gran Cristiana". In 2015 it opened its Fine Arts and Decorative Arts section, situated in the Casal d'Aiamans.

This museum contains important archaeological remains, ranging from Talayotic figures to Moorish ceramics, and other items such as Gothic panels. Especially interesting is the collection of weapons, ornaments and spiritual symbols relating to the island's first settlers. There are also paintings, Renaissance and Baroque ceramics, and a section with modernistic furniture.

Essential works

Collections

The museum's collection is part of the collective catalogue of the Digital Network of Spanish Museum Collections (CERES), conceived as a space for dissemination which enables visitors to browse the various museum collections using the identifying features of each item (author, type of object, iconography, etc.).


Come and visit

Timetables

Tuesday to Friday

Does not close at midday

10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Saturday to Sunday

11:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Closing days: Monday and Public holidays

Rates

General: €2,40

Reduced: €1,20

Retired persons: Free admission

Children: Free admission

Disabled persons: Free admission

ICOM members and associations: Free admission

Sunday

Free admission

Accessibility

Lift

Ramps

Find tourist information in the surroundings

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