The building in which is the Palau March Museum was built during the years 1939 and 1945 as the residence of the family of financiers March. The palace, located in the Royal Palace street number 18, is surrounded by emblematic monuments like the Cathedral, the Palace of the Almudaina or the old casino, which today houses the Parliament of the Balearic Islands.

Its facade has a distinctly Mediterranean and garden gazebo which offers an exceptional view of the heart of the city. The building has an auditorium and cafeteria and houses permanent exhibitions. It has a library specializing in theme Balearic whose funds dating from the XIV. In the Palau March Museum you can see the permanent exhibition of modern sculpture and contemporary works by Henry Moore, Chillida, Rodin and Barbara Hepworth, among others.

You can also visit the "Bethlehem Napolitano" with over a thousand pieces made and hand painted in the eighteenth century, fragments of the murals at the headquarters of the Foundation for Josep Maria Sert and the exhibition of "Bibliophile and Art" and "Mapping" of Mallorca during the XIV and XV.

C / Palau Reial, 18 (Palma).

Admission: EUR 4'50

Opening Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:30 am. to 14:00 h. Tuesday and Thursday from 16:00 h. to 20:00 h. Saturday and Sunday closed.

 Summer: Monday to Friday from 9:30 am. to 14:00 h. (Closed in August)





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