Winter opening times (from 16 September to 31 May)

From Monday to Saturday 09:00 – 14:00

From Thursday to Saturday 17:00 – 19:30

Sundays 10:30 – 13:00

Closed Tuesdays


Summer opening times (from 1 June to 15 September)

From Monday to Saturday 09:00 – 14:00

From Thursday to Saturday 17:00 – 20:30

Location and contact


The prehistory room and the miniatures room are closed for renovation, sorry for the inconvenience

What's on

Be up to date with our activities, workshops and temporary exhibitions

Un aperitiu amb història


Visites personalitzades a les sales del Museu de Manacor + aperitiu elaborat amb productes coneguts a l'època.

Un dissabte al mes. Mirau dates.

Preu 8 €.

Peça del mes "Maó amb inscripció de Son Peretó"



Maó amb inscripció de Son Peretó.

Visita guiada a la possessió de ses Cabanasses. JA NO QUEDEN PLACES !!


Passejada guiada a la possessió.

Dinar opcional de productes de la possessió. Preu dinar 25 €.

Sortida del Museu a les 10.30 hores. Preu 1 € socis i 3 € no socis.

Peça del mes "Col·lecció de ganivets d’en Ponset"


Col·lecció de ganivets d’en Ponset.


Enjoy learning with our didactic activities


Explore the history of Manacor and surroundings with our permanent exhibitions

Be a member

Be a member of Associació d'Amics del Museu

Under the auspices of the Association, all types of activities are promoted throughout the year. From October to June, we organize a monthly excursion to help people get to know the museums, collections, and heritage of the Balearic Islands, one of the objectives of this Association.

During the summer months, from July to September, we offer the Ciclo de las Musas , outdoor evening activities which invite people to use the museum as a cultural meeting ground. The inspiration for this cycle are the muses of classical antiquity which inform our various activities: theatre, dance, history, astronomy, poetry, etc.

More information
Be a member of Associació d'Amics del Museu


The Manacor Museum of History can be visited throughout the whole of its ground floor, although the first floor, where temporary exhibits are developed, is not prepared for visits.

The museum does not have a lift.