In Majorca

Palau March Museum – Ticket Only

Palau March was chosen by the illustrious Juan March Ordinas in 1939 due to its unbeatable location, situated between the most iconic buildings in the city of Palma, such as the Cathedral, the Royal Palace of La Almudaina, and the Parliament of the Balearic Islands. In 1975, it became the Foundation’s headquarters. It’s now home to contemporary works by national and international artists, among them Auguste Rodin, a spectacular 18th century Neapolitan Nativity scene with nearly 2,000 figures, lithographs by Salvador Dalí, an extraordinary collection of maps of the Balearic Islands, and several murals by Josep Sert. The palace itself is a work of art in terms of both its architecture and its authentic décor. Palau March has seen famous actors such as the likes of Jane Seymour go through its doors and it has been the set of several miniseries.


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