Amazing location, great space, wonderful views, great art, you decide the entry fee, what's not to like?
After a long walk through Old Town it was a lovely stop over to recharge and refresh ourselves. Great views but the service was a little slack to say the least. We got served ok but the situation with other people was not a happy one and a few complained about the waitbfirbthier food and the food when it finally... More
It's easy to confuse this gallery, subtitled Fundacion Juan March & on one of the main shopping streets of the old city near Placa Major, with Palau March - Fundacion Bartolme March - opposite Almudaina Palace and the Cathedral. This gallery is much smaller - but completely free. Bartolme was the son of Juan by the way, but whenever you... More
We didn't know what to expect. This gallery is beautifully laid out and lit and has some interesting contemporary Spanish art by artists little known outside Spain so worth a visit if you like contemporary art.
If you love art you should not miss this place. An incredibly conversion of a great building into a wonderful, contemporary, high art, gallery. A real feast for the eyes.
We used the hop on/off bus to travel around the amazing city of Palma, and getting up to the gallery was pretty easy; it was surrounded by many shops and bustling with spaniards, you will see how they live up here in these narrow streets, more than you will down in the more touristy coastal area where the old town... More
À slightly spooky display of nativity scenes - with some of the most detail models I have ever seen. A few pieces of modern art. It was only when I read the notices to find it was built between 1939-46 - we'd assumed 18th Century.
Not the largest gallery but a nice place to spend a little time, and very conveniently located in the main tourist area near the main square. Mainly modern art, but quite a diverse range and probably something that will appeal to everyone. There's a small shop for books, posters and gifts.
A bit of a disappointment as there was more of Dali's "Art" (Litho's) on display than was necessary, in my opinion. House setting was magnificent as was the period furniture. A Nativity scenario that was enormous, that you would have to see as I cant describe it well enough to do it justice.
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