Famous Museums in Ibiza

The museums in Ibiza give the very essence of its citizens and rich culture. If you are looking for something deeper and more meaningful, head to the museums in city. Explore the cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical side of Ibiza with these museums.
We have curated a variety of the best and free museums in city, besides the usual arts or historical ones. Explore and engage yourself with the wonders of science at the museum of science in Ibiza. Get fascinated by the exceptional stories of heroes at war museums or memorials. You can go wow with your kids at the Natural history museums or enjoy some time at children's museums in Ibiza.
Check out this list for an entertaining and enlightening trip to the museums in Ibiza.

Let's explore the finest collection of museums in Ibiza:

  1. Dalt Vila

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    Dalt Vila

    Church, Museum, Walking Area, Castle

    A hill towers above Ibiza’s Old Town, and a massive castle rests atop that hill. This High Town of Ibiza was built to defend against pirates, and it took 31 years to complete. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the place is now an outdoor archaeological museum. With wide cobblestone roads and startling views off the ramparts, Dalt Vila is indeed a sight worth beholding. Inside the grounds you...Read more
  2. Museu Monografic Puig Des Molins

    Museum, Historical Site, Cemetery

    There are almost 3,000 burial tombs inside this the graveyard right in the middle of a busy city. It's one of the oldest remnants of civilization on the island, with some graves dating back to 700 BC. Those were the times of the Phoenicians and the Punics. It’s an easy tour. Just follow the path into the hill’s burial caverns. You’re allowed to go into the roughly 340 caves op...Read more
  3. Museu D'Art Contemporani

    Art Museum, Museum

    This contemporary museum opened in 1969 houses engravings, paintings and other artwork from artists both local and international. The permanent collection is not famous but it does give you a lovely insight in Balearic culture. Keep an eye on the museum website for possible special exhibitions during your visit. A third interesting attraction is the underground preserved archaeological site, wh...Read more
  4. Museu Puget

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    Museu Puget

    Museum, Exhibition

    Most visitors are caught entirely by surprise by this small art museum. Narciso Puget Riquer and his father were both Ibizan painters, and two years before his death he donated their life’s work to the city, and their home was transformed into an exhibit for their 130 paintings, watercolours and drawings. The collections focuses on everyday life in Ibiza in the twentieth century. An evoca...Read more
  5. Santa Eulalia Del Rio

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    Santa Eulalia Del Rio Image


    This is not an ambitious museum, but represents Ibiza’s ethnological heritage quite well, focusing on culture, economy and customs. The permanent collection covers clothes, utensils, furniture, tools, musical instruments, jewellery, weapons and other items. Even the architecture of the building is emblematic of rural Ibiza, with a main hall, the mill, the balcony and the cistern. Sometime...Read more
  6. Museo Arqueologico De Ibiza Y Formentera

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    Museo Arqueologico De Ibiza Y Formentera


    Though this half of the city’s archaeological museum isn’t quite as exciting as the Puig Des Molins museum, it’s still a neat chronological look into Ibiza’s history. Covering the entirety of Ibiza’s civilisation - Prehistory, Phoenician, Punic, Roman, Late Antiquity, and Moorish - the museum uses over 3000 artefacts to illustrate its history. These include oil lam...Read more