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MUSEO DE MENORCA (MUSEUM OF MENORCA)

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Museo de Menorca (Museum of Menorca)
MUSEO DE MENORCA
A museum located in an old Franciscan monastery, a late 17th century Baroque building. The heritage preserved by this centre is an invitation to take a journey through the history of the island of Menorca by means of the materials discovered. The collections are distributed over three floors.



  • Information of interest

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  • Name of the centre

Museo de Menorca (Museum of Menorca)

  • Address and contact data

Av. Doctor Guardia, s/n - 07701
Ma
Tel.: (+34) 971 350 955
Fax: (+34) 971 350 565
e-mail: lplantalamor@dgcultur.caib.es
http://dgcultur.caib.es/user/cultura/museus/
museudemenorca/museudemenorca2.htm

  • Speciality

Archaeology

  • How to get there google

Summer (1 April to 31 October)
Tuesday to Saturday: 10 - 14 h. / 18 -  20.30 h.
Sundays: 10 - 14 h.
Closed: Sunday evenings and Mondays.

Winter
Tuesday to Friday: 9.30 - 14 h.
Saturdays and Sundays: 10 - 14 h.
Closed on Mondays

  • Price

2,40 € per person
Reduced rate for groups, minimum 5 people: 1,20 €
Students over 18 years of age and teachers: 1,20 €

Free:
Over 65s and under 18s.
On Saturday evenings
On Sunday mornings

  • Technical features

The first floor displays pieces relating to Pretalayotic culture, Talayotic culture up to the Roman conquest, and the Roman and Byzantine periods. The second floor covers the following themes: History of the Monastery, The Islamic Period, Menorca in the 18th century, The Painters and the Port of Ma, Cartography of Menorca, Menorca in the 19th and 20th centuries, and 20th century Painting. The ground floor houses the function room and two rooms for temporary exhibitions.




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