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Museu sa Bassa Blanca, Spain

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Alcudia: Museum Sa Bassa Blanca Entry Ticket

1. Alcudia: Museum Sa Bassa Blanca Entry Ticket

Pre-book your entry ticket to the Sa Bassa Blanca Museum and discover exhibition spaces such as Nins and Sokrates. Roam the museum’s scenic Granite Sculpture Park by artists Yannick and Ben Jakober and the magnificent Rose Garden. Fill yourself with wonder at the Nins Collection in the Aljub space, a unique selection of portraits of children dated between the 16th and 19th centuries. Make your way to the Sokrates space, an underground room resembling a Wunderkammer, or a so-called Chamber of Wonders, that features ancient artifacts from Nepal, Tibet, and Peru. See a fossil of a Pleistocene rhinoceros before a curtain of 10,000 crystals donated by the Swarovski family and marvel at works by contemporary masters such as Miguel Barceló, José María Sicilia, Gerhard Merz, and Jannis Kounellis. Step outside for fresh air in the large outdoor spaces where you can enjoy nature and discover monumental sculptures as well as the beautiful garden of old English roses, a pleasure for the five senses during the months of May and June.

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What people are saying about Museu sa Bassa Blanca, Spain

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4.5 / 5

based on 6 reviews

A true hidden gem off the beaten path! Wonderful gardens with incredible art and sculptures. Our 2-year old son loved to stroll and explore the property. There are a few exhibits that are included with the ticket. You need to book a tour if you want to visit the main house.

A hidden gem with eclectic exhibits and beautiful gardens. A few tips: (1) Use the location on GetYourGuide and not on Google Maps to navigate. (2) The car gates open automatically (3) The two galleries are closed 2-3pm. The rest of the exhibits are accessible though.