A lesser-known side of Miró

In 1956 Joan Miró took up residence on the island of Mallorca, where he would be intensely productive until his death in 1983.

The core of the collection is the large body of work donated by the artist himself, created in his four workshops in Mallorca. Most of the pieces in the collection are paintings, drawings, and prints. It also has an important document collection, and several of Miró’s sculptures can be admired in the gardens. The Foundation building was designed by the Spanish architect Rafael Moneo.

  • Designation: Municipal museum
  • Artistic period: Contemporary
  • Content: Multi-disciplinary

Practical information


  • From May 16 to Sep 15
  • From Tuesday to Saturday

    From 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
  • Public holidays and Sunday
    From 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
  • Closing days: Monday
  • From Sep 16 to May 15
  • From Tuesday to Saturday

    From 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • Public holidays and Sunday
    From 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Closed: December 25 and January 1


  • General: €7,5
  • Reduced: €4
  • Children: Admission free
  • ICOM members and associations: Admission free

Free admission: Saturdays after 3 pm, and the first Sunday of every month.


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