Palma de Majorca, Balearic Islands » Entertainment » Exhibitions

The capital city of the Balearic Islands in Spain, Palma (or Palma de Mallorca), is home to many cultural venues dedicated to sharing the rich history and heritage of the region. Museums, exhibition halls and art galleries in the city offer a wide variety of exhibits with topics including archaeology, religion, medieval architecture and avant-garde art.

To know more about the following museums, visit Plama's attractions page.

Majorca Museum (Museo de Mallorca)

Pilar and Joan Miró Foundation (Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró a Mallorca)

Es Baluard Contemporary Art Museum

Bellver Castle

Museo de Arte Español Contemporáneo (Fundación Juan March)

Inaugurated in December 1990, the Museu Fundación Juan March in Palma is located in a 17th century regionalist building known as ‘Can Gallard des Canyar’. As a result of its expansion in 2003,this museum now has a room for important exhibitions and an assembly hall to host cultural activities. The temporary exhibitions at the museum galleries display works of local and international artists. Likewise, the permanent collection is dedicated to works of twentieth century Spanish artists such as Picasso, Dali, Miro, Juan Gris and Antoni Tapies. In 2009, new selections of artworks by Pablo Picasso were added to the permanent gallery.

Address: Sant Miquel, 11, 07002 Palma, Spain

Palau March Museu (Biblioteca Bartolomé March) ( Visit Site )

Home to the Bartolomé March Foundation, Palau March Museu organizes a series of temporary and permanent exhibitions by exemplary artists such as Rodin, Moore and Chillida. Along with contemporary art, the patio also displays religious sculpture made from polychromed wood. The different areas of the residential palace hold an 18th century Nativity crib display from Naples, manuscripts, codices as well as nautical maps from 15th – 17th centuries.

Address: Calle Palau Reial 1807001 Palma, Spain

Cathedral Museum

Located on the ground floor of the Cathedral's belfry, The Museum of the Cathedral has the three-chapter rooms. At the Sacristy room, from the beginning of the 14th century, you can admire wood and silver masterpieces from the 13th century together with the portable altar of King James I. The second Gothic room, built in the 14th century, features the altarpiece of Saint Sebastian, patron of Palma. Last but not the least is the 17th-century Baroque room which contains an invaluable collection of Gothic & Baroque sculptures, paintings and silver-smithery.

Address: Plaza de la Almoina s/n 07001 Palma, Spain

List of Top Art Galleries

AHOY! Art Gallery Palma
Address: Carrer de la Concepció, 6, 07012 Palma, Illes Balears, Spain

Gallery Corner
Address: Carrer de la Protectora, 1, 07012 Palma, Illes Balears, Spain

Gerhardt Braun Gallery
Address: Carrer de Sant Feliu, 17, 07012 Palma, Illes Balears, Spain

Pilar and Joan Miro Foundation
Address: Carrer de Saridakis, 29, 07015 Palma — Illes Balears, España

Bartolomé March Foundation
Address: Carrer del Palau Reial, 18, 07001 Palma, Illes Balears, Spain