AOL Travel
Print

Diocesan Museum, Mallorca

Diocesan Museum - Mallorca, Spain
Diocesan Museum
Calle Mirador 5, Palma de Mallorca, SpainMap
+34 971 723 860
Neighborhood: Palma
Overview

On the 3rd of October in 1972, this museum came to with the help of the Apostolic Administrator Bishop of Majorca. The museum had its start in 1775 by order King Felipe V with over 5,000 printed works, 35 of which were incunables. It was later moved in the 1950's to coincide with the present building that was built at the time. There is a vast collection of religious art and relics including a large reptile that was slayed by the Governor of Alcudia. It was said to be a dragon, but you can judge for yourself. Entrance is EU2.

Write a Review

How would you rate your overall experience with Diocesan Museum?
Diocesan Museum General Information
  • Open Hours: Monday to Friday from 10:00 AM to 01:30 PM, Monday to Friday from 04:30 PM to 06:30 PM
  • Type: Attractions & Landmarks, Other, Arts & Museums
AOL Traveler Rating
0 POSITIVE Vote » Thanks for voting!
0 NEGATIVE Vote » Thanks for voting!
ADVERTISEMENT
NEARBY RESTAURANTS
Bar Central
0.4 mi
Chopin
0.4 mi
Cappuccino
0.5 mi
Bar Bosch
0.5 mi
NEARBY NIGHTLIFE
Bar Central
0.4 mi
Cueva ( La)
0.5 mi