Last Updated on April 18, 2021
Here you can find our pick of the best and the most visited museums in Majorca, including what to see and how to get info, what’s exhibited, admissions and more. Majorca has great museums and art galleries for art lovers. A visit to museums in Majorca is one of the best things to do in Majorca. They offer great art and culture attractions and great day out activity to its visitors. A visit to museums in Majorca is highly recommended especially for families and art lovers, and it is one of the best cultural activities in Majorca.
Es Baluard Museum, Diocesà Museum and Museu Fundación Juan March in Palma de Mallorca, Museu Parroquial in Alcudia and Pollentia Monographic Museum in Pollensa are the most popular and most visited museums in Majorca.
Best Museums in Majorca
Es Baluard Museum in Palma de Mallorca
Es Baluard Museum is a great contemporary art museum located in in the old defense bastion on Palma’s Renaissance walls with great views on the Palma bay.
Address: Plaça de la Porta de Santa Catalina, 10, 07012 Palma, Majorca, Spain
Access: Busses 1, 3, 15, 25, 46, 50
Tel: +34 971 908 200 ; Web : esbaluard.org
Can Morey de Santmartí Museum in Palma de Mallorca
Can Morey de Santmartí Museum is a great museum located at the 16th century manor house restored in the early 19th century in Palma. A nice collection of original graphic works of Salvador Dali are exhibited at the museum.
Address: Carrer de la Portella, 9 · 07001 Palma, Majorca, Spain
Tel: +34 971 724 741 ; Web : museo-santmarti.es
Diocesà Museum in Palma de Mallorca
Diocesà Museum is a great museum located in Palma city. A collection of pieces belonging to the art heritage of the Mallorcan church which are not currently worshipped. The table of Saint George by Pere Niçard is the most outstanding piece.
Address: Carrer del Mirador, 5 · 07001 Palma, Majorca, Spain
Tel: +34 971 723 860 ; Web : bisbatdemallorca.com
Museu Fundación Juan March in Palma de Mallorca
Museu Fundación Juan March is a great museum located in Palma city, at the 18th century building with Modernist elements. The building is the headquarters of the Fundació Joan March in Palma. A permanent 20th century Spanish art collection and several temporary exhibitions are exhibited at the museum.
Address: Carrer de Sant Miquel, 11, 07002 Palma, Majorca, Spain
Tel: +34 971 713 515 ; Web : march.es
Museu Parroquial in Alcudia
Museu Parroquial de Sant Jaume (Parish Museum) is located at the site of the Church of Sant Jaume that originally had the appearance of a fortress and the building was formed part of the wall and it only opened towards the inside of the town of Alcudia. The museum has collection of religious art.
Address: Plaça de Jaume Ques, s/n · 07400 Alcúdia, Majorca, Spain
Access: Bus L351
Tel: +34 971 548 665 ; Web : parroquiadealcudia.com
Pollentia Monographic Museum in Pollensa
Pollentia Monographic Museum (Museu Monogràfic de Pollentia) is a great museum located at the site of 14th century former hospital. A nice collection of archaeological pieces such as ceramics, household shrine figures, cameos and sculptures from ancient Pollentia are exhibited at the museum.
Address: Carrer de Sant Jaume, 30 · 07400 Alcúdia, Pollensa, Majorca, Spain
Access: Bus L351
Tel: +34 971 897 102
Museu del Calçat – Antic Quarter General Luque in Inca
Museu del Calçat is first Museum of Footwear and Leather in the Balearic Islands. You may find a permanent exhibition of machinery and objects related to the leather industry.
Address: Avinguda del General Luque, 223, 07300 Inca, Majorca, Spain
Tel: +34 871 911 643 ; Web : incaturistica.es
Museu del Fang in Marratxí
Museu del Fang is a nice ceramics museum that holds an exhibition of traditional Mallorcan ceramics.
Address: Carrer del Molí, 4, 07141 Es molí de sa Cabaneta – Marratxí, Majorca, Spain
Access: Tren Marratxí ; Bus 301
Tel: +34 971 797 624 ; Web : marratxi.es