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Quietly positioned down a side road to the back of the cathedral is this little gem. It’s only a couple of euros to get in but well worth a visit. Although there are only two floors of displays it is well set out and informative....More
Skip the crowds at the famous La Seu cathedral and get a phenomenal introduction to the history of Mallorca at this three-story museum just behind it. Works of local artists are displayed chronologically century by century from medieval times through the 20th. Pick up the...More
Not at all what we were expecting.
Only 2 floors of exhibits and a few sections closed.
One floor was paintings and other exhibits that I’d describe as predominantly religious.
The other floor was the same but not so religious.
We didn’t find out anything...More
Even recent guidebooks say, "If you really want to learn about Mallorca's history visit the Museu de Mallorca." (Marco Polo - published 2016) The museum's own website is unuseable - a bureaucrats dream - lots of rules and regulations, nothing actually current about the museum....More
I'm an art lover so this museum was on the my to do list. It has a small but nice collection of works - medieval, baroque, 19th century as well as some art nouveau and some contemporary pieces. The works are nicely displayed, most of...More
This museum is a hidden treasure, tucked away down a back street in the old town. But find it if you can, as it is full of delights. Local artists, history of Mallorca. I did not know even the half about this island until we...More
This museum is well marked on city maps. Signage on the streets leading to the museum also assisted us in finding this museum which was located about 2 blocks from the cathedral. There was an admission charge, with a seniors rate of 1.50E. There were...More
Recently refurbished to a very high standard. The museum has a chronological display of Mallorcan art from the C13 on to the C20, Just enough so that the casual visitor is informed but not overfaced. Mainly paintings and some early sculpture, but also some superb...More