CaixaForum is the name given to La Caixa’s cultural centres which organise expositions, lectures and workshops across Spain. CaixaForum Palma occupies the striking Gran Hotel located on Plaza Weyler in Palma. The intricate façade is the work of Lluís Domènech i Montaner. The building is one of the finest example of modernist architecture on Mallorca.
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Exhibitions cover a broad range of subjects. You may step into a room full of award-winning photography one month, and the next, paintings by a renaissance master. Many expositions strive to educate and entertain adults and children with music, film and art.
There is a permanent collection by the modernist artist Hermen Anglada Caramasa. It includes decorative pieces of furniture, charcoal drawings and large colourful oil paintings.
CaixaForum Gran Hotel also has a bookshop and restaurant.
Tickets cost €6.00. There is free entry for under 16’s and La Caixa clients.
The museum is open from Monday to Saturday from 10.00 to 20.00. On Sunday and festivities it is open from 11.00 to 14.00.
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