Across four unique spaces, enjoy the process of Joan Miró's artistic endeavors during his time in Mallorca. Step inside Sert Studio and the preserved rural house, Son Boter – creative spaces where time has stood still – plus, see the fluid blending of art and architecture at the Moneo Building. Besides Miró's paintings, which often go against conv...
- * Admission to the Miró Mallorca Foundation
- * Free WiFi on-site
- * Free parking
- * Free entrance: Saturdays from 3pm to 7pm (summer) and 3pm to 6pm (winter); first Sunday of every month * The cafeteria will open in March/April * Kids under 16 get in for free, please select a free ticket * No ticket is needed the first Sunday of every month & Saturdays from 15:00 to 19:00 (summer), 15:00 to 18:00 (winter) * Show your smartphone ticket and have it scanned at the entrance To find out more about upcoming workshops and activities, visit the [official website of the foundation](https://miromallorca.com/en/activity-types/workshops-and-courses/).
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