How to get there
Fundació Miró Mallorca
C/ de Saridakis, 29
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
Lines and timetabes
Line 46 – From Carrer del Sindicat, Plaça d’Espanya and Avinguda de Jaume III. Approximate journey time: 35 minutes. Get off at stop no. 717, at 29 Carrer de Saridakis (Miró Mallorca Foundation)
From Grans Magatzems, Plaça Espanya and Avinguda de Jaume III. Approximate journey time: 35 minutes. Get off at stop no. 67, at 248 Avinguda de Joan Miró (Marivent Palace). Walk up Carrer de Saridakis for 10 minutes to the Foundation.
From La Rambla and Avinguda de Jaume III. Approximate journey time: 35 minutes. Get off at stop no. 67, at 248 Avinguda de Joan Miró (Marivent Palace). Walk up Carrer de Saridakis for 10 minutes to the Foundation.
60 parking spaces (free of charge)
2 disabled parking spaces
X parking spaces for bicycles
Timetables and fares
General admission fee
- Saturdays: 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. + First Sunday of every month: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
- Under 16s.
- Accredited members: International Council of Museums (ICOM), AAVIB Associació d'Artistes Visuals de les Illes Balears, travel agencies, Official Association of Tour Guides and travelling agents (during their activity), the unemployed, journalists, researchers.
- Open days (if they fall on a Monday, the museum will remain closed to the public):
- March 1st (Day of the Balearic Islands)
- May 18th (International Museum Day)
- June 24th (Saint John’s Day)
- December 19th (Fundació anniversary)
- December 31th ( Festa de l'Estendard - Festival of the Banner)
- When a holiday falls on Monday the Museum will remain closed
“Miró tot l’any” yearly pass
“Miró tot l’any” yearly pass
- With the yearly pass, you can visit the Fundació Miró Mallorca as many times as you like for €12. Through this important form of collaboration with the Foundation, you will have year-round access to exhibitions and to the studios and you will be sent information about our programme of events.
Educational workshops or activities
Fundació Miró Mallorca offers different types of guided visits for you to gain an insight into the life and work of Joan Miró in Mallorca. Our experts will introduce you to the background history, the artist’s techniques, anecdotes and other details that will make your visit a truly enjoyable experience.
Specific thematic tours
Library & archives
The role of the library and archives is to conserve the Fundació Miró 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 Foundation’s studios. It also features a wide range of books, designer goods, jewellery, items for the home and educational games.
Exchange and returns (pdf)
Located in the Foundation'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.
The Foundation has 60 free private parking spaces for visitors, including two disabled spaces. There is also a place to park bicycles.
Fundació Miró Mallorca is located in the Cala Major district, where the artist lived and worked from 1956 to 1983. Visits to the Fundació cover its four main areas. Recommended visiting time: 2 hrs.
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.
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 Foundation’s collection: work by Joan Miró and contemporary artists. A library, auditorium, shop and three exhibition rooms.
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.