Fundación Miró Mallorca

Unparalleled Joan Miró

World-renowned artist Joan Miró resided in Mallorca from 1956 and until his death in 1983. During those years, he painted a large par of his famous art works.

After his death, his former home that also had the function of a studio, was turned into a museum - a place that, today, forms part of a larger cultural center named Fundación Pilar y Joan Miró. In consequence, Miró's legacy after spending years in Mallorca has become exactly what he wanted it to be, and which is also written on the cover page of his museum's website: "I want everything that I leave behind to stay just as it is when I'm gone".

Fundación Pilar y Joan Miró is a unique testimony to the incomparable and amazing artist that Joan Miró was - and for all art lovers and enthusiasts, his museum in Palma is definitely worth a visit - or several. 

In addition to Joan Miró's own art, other artists' works are exhibited at the museum, which is said to contain a taol of more than 5,000 art works.

Opening hours: 

Tuesday - Saturday
10:00 - 18:00

kl. 10:00 - 15:00

Monday closed. 

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