Shedules and Rates

Museum Opening hours

June September

  • Tuesday and Thursday: 10 am to 19 pm
  • Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays: 10 am to 14 pm
  • Closed (+ info):
    • On Mondays
    • And on 8th and 9th September

The ticket office is open until 30 minutes before the museum’s closing time.

October May

  • Tuesday and Thursday: 10 am to 18 pm
  • Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays: 10 am to 14 pm
  • Closed (+ info):
    • On Mondays
    • And on 24th, 25th and 31th December and on 1st, 6th and 17th January

The ticket office is open until 30 minutes before the museum’s closing time.

Library opening hours

  • Tuesday and Thursday from 10am to 2:30pm

Office opening hours

  • Monday to Friday from 9am to 2pm


  • General admission: €4
  • Reduced admission: €3 (+info)
    • Seniors over 65
    • Pensioners
    • Student ID holders
    • Carnet Jove ID holders
    • Large-family or single-parent ID card holders
    • Cultural groups
    • Group rates (minimum 15 individuals)
    • Combo tickets with other institutions
    • Members of entities with collaboration agreements with the Museu de Menorca
  • Free entrance (+info)
    • Unemployed
    • Minors
    • ICOM members (International Council of Museums)
    • Members of associations, entities and institutions with signed agreements with the Museu de Menorca or the Island Council of Menorca, with cultural or promotional purposes
    • On 18 May, International Museum Day
    • School groups accompanied by teachers
    • Teachers with certification
    • Individuals with disabilities
    • Official tour guides
    • Researchers and members of various official professional associations (archaeology, history…)
    • Sundays
    • Tuesdays and Thursdays during winter timetable, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Temporary exhibitions: free admission


The Museu de Menorca is located in the old part of Maó and although it does not have its own parking, there are numerous pay and display parking spaces in the surrounding areas.

Please see here different indications on how to reach the Museu depending on which form of transport you are using:

  • Public transport. You can get a bus to Maó from all the villages on Menorca.

  • Private car. If you choose to travel around the island in a car please bear in mind that there are few parking zones around the Museu and therefore we recommend that you leave the car in one of the city’s public pay and display car parks close to the centre. The closest car park is the one at Freginal Park. You also have the option of parking on the Harbour, where there is free parking, and then walking up into the centre of Maó.

  • Cruise. If you have arrived in Maó on a cruise you will have to walk into the city centre up the picturesque stairs that you will find just on the other side of the road from where you will disembark from the boat.

In all cases you will arrive at the Museu after an approximately 5 minute walk from the city centre, following the signs indicating the way to the “Museu de Menorca”.



  1. Lockers are for individual use.
  2. The lockers service is free of charge. All bags or handbags larger than 25 x 25 x 35 and umbrellas must be left here.
  3. The reception staff may decide what should be left in the lockers.

The Museum is not responsible for cap article deposit.

Pictures and recordings

  1. Individuals can take pictures without flash and make recordings for domestic purposes. Tripod and selfie sticks are not allowed.
  2. For press and other purposes, research, etcetera, the museum should be contacted in advance.


  1. Only guide dogs will be allowed in the museum.

Mobile phones

  1. Please put your mobile phones on silence and speak in a quiet voice.

Food and drinks

  1. Food and drink is not permitted in the Museum's rooms. There is a coffee service at the museum's bar, on the ground floor.

Underage children

  1. Children are specially welcome to the museum, although they must always be accompanied by an adult.

Group guides

  1. The group guides shall be responsible for all the members of the group.


  1. In order to enjoy a pleasant tour, please do not run or shout in the rooms. And please remember that each object is testimony of a past worth preserving and should not be touched.