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History of Majorca

The museum in Palma 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.

It has a main building and two smaller buildings. The main building in Palma has archaeology and fine arts sections, a collection of books and documents, as well as administration services. Secondary building in Muro: an ethnological section, where some of the objects from the pre-tourism times in Majorca are displayed. Secondary building in Alcúdia: a Roman archaeology section, better known as the Museu Monogràfic de Pollença, because of its connection with the remains of this Roman city.

  • Designation: Provincial museum
  • Content: Archaeology

Practical information


  • From Tuesday to Friday

    From 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • From Saturday to Sunday

    From 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
  • Closing days: Monday, Public holidays


  • General: €2,40
  • Reduced: €1,20
  • Retired persons: Admission free
  • Children: Admission free
  • Disabled persons: Admission free
  • ICOM members and associations: Admission free
  • Sunday

  • Admission free


  • Access ramps
  • Disabled access
  • Lift with disabled access
  • WC with disabled access


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