A tremendous cultural legacy, from Dalí to Rodin.
Masters of 20th century art right in downtown Palma.
Right in Palma's historic downtown between the cathedral and the Almudaina Palace, the Palau March was built in the 17th century and refurbished in the early 20th by powerful financier and art patron Joan March Ordinas, who helped finance the defeat of the first Spanish Republic. Be that as it may, culture vultures are grateful for this museum, which includes works by sculptors Rodin, Moore, and Chillida, painters Picasso, Gris, and Dalí, and a host of other artists. There's a large book collection here, too, including manuscripts dating from the 12th and 13th centuries. Concerts, films, lectures, and other events are also regularly held here.