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Miró Mallorca Fundació

Saridakis, 29
07015 Palma
34 971 701 420


Bus nos. 46, 3 & 20, operated by Empresa Municipal de Transports de Palma (EMT). Stop no. 714 at 104 Carrer de Saridakis
Bus no. 104, operated by Transport de les Illes Balears (TIB)
Palma City Sightseeing tourist bus

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Private transport

60 parking spaces (free of charge)
2 disabled parking spaces
X parking spaces for bicycles

Timetables and fares


Today, Thursday 22 March 2018

Open from 10:00 to 18:00

Winter ( 16-09 / 15-05 )

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 to 18h
Sunday and holidays from 10 to 15h
Monday closed

Summer ( 16-05 / 15-09 )

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 to 19h
Sunday and holidays from 10 to 15h
Monday closed


25 December and 1 January


General admission fee


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Reduced rate


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Free admission


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“Miró tot l’any” yearly pass


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Educational workshops or activities


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Current exhibitions

Guided tours

School visits. A programme of activities for schools wanting to learn about Miró’s life and work.

Guided tours. A tour of the museum and Joan Miró’s studios in different languages.

Theme-based guided tours Depending on your interests, these tours can focus on the collection, the Fundació’s architecture or its studios.


Library & archives

The role of the library and archives is to conserve the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró a Mallorca’s documentary collection and to make it publicly known. Public access is also provided to a large bibliographical collection and to a periodicals and audio-visual library on 19th to 21st century art, made up of over 22,000 titles. Free Wi-Fi.


The shop sells catalogues and a select choice of objects featuring images of Joan Miró’s work, in addition to a selection of original prints made by different artists in the Fundació’s studios. It also features a wide range of books, designer goods, jewellery, items for the home and educational games.

Exchange and returns (pdf)

Coffe shop

Located in the Fundació’s sculpture garden, with marvellous views of the Moneo Building and a superb terrace. A unique restful backdrop, with free access to the public. Private lunches and diners can be served by prior request. Tel.: 971 70 14 20 (extension 1822).

NOTICE: From 1st november, cafeteria will remain closed due to repairs and new contract procedure.

Car park

The Fundació has 60 free private parking spaces for visitors, including two disabled spaces. There is also a place to park bicycles.


The Sert Studio

The studio of Miró’s dreams, designed by his friend, architect Josep Lluís Sert. Based on a minimalist design, with spacious interiors and light from the north. An inspiring setting where Miró could work on numerous paintings at the same time.

Son Boter

An 18th century rural Mallorcan house. Its walls feature original charcoal graffiti by the artist. A place used to work on very large paintings and sketches for sculptures.

The Moneo Building: museum and services

Integrating art with architecture, another of Miró’s dreams. Exhibitions of the Fundació’s collection: work by Joan Miró and contemporary artists. A library, auditorium, shop and three exhibition rooms.

Sculpture garden

The perfect setting for Joan Miró’s sculptures and a place to stroll or have a drink at the café, with views of Moneo’s architecture.

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An unparalleled cultural and artistic setting

The Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró offers a select backdrop for events. The building by Rafael Moneo, the auditorium and outer areas, like the garden or Son Boter, all provide a highly distinctive setting for events and celebrations.

Further information: (Ref. Facility & venue hire)

Printmaking Studios

Miró’s legacy to contemporary artists

The engraving, lithography, screen printing, ceramic and digital printing studios are available for artists’ use. With their equipment and machinery, proofs, prints and editions can be made. Following in Joan Miró’s footsteps, the aim is to promote the use of traditional techniques and other innovative ones. Awarded the 2001 National Printmaking Award by the Calcografia Nacional.

Further information: (Ref. Facility & venue hire)