There are two cultural centres in Valldemossa, the Coll Bardolet Cultural Foundation and the Costa Nord cultural centre.
You can visit the Coll Bardolet Foundation (free entry) at no.4 Calle Blanquerna. The Foundation has two main aims: to preserve, exhibit and disseminate the pictures of the artist Josep Coll Bardolet, an illustrious son of Valldemossa, and his private collection held by the Foundation, and to promote Fine Arts. The first floor houses a permanent exhibition of Coll Bardolet´s paintings; above all it deals with landscapes of Mallorca, although you can also view still lives, floral arrangements and his well-known scenes of popular Mallorcan dances. The second floor is dedicated to temporary exhibitions and on the ground floor, different cultural activities, such as talks and concerts, are held. There is also an audio-visual room and a patio with an amphitheatre where outdoor activities take place.
The Costa Nord Cultural Centre was opened by Michael Douglas in 2001, in 2003 it passed into the hands of the Regional Government of the Balearic Islands and since 2012 it has been privately owned. A documentary is shown on three screens and with Dolby Surround Sound, that was produced and presented by Michael Douglas. It narrates a short history of the Balearic Islands, the Serra de Tramuntana and the Archduke Ludwig Salvator of Austria (1847-1915). There is also a reproduction of the Nixe, the Archduke´s yacht. The centre also has a restaurant and terrace, and it located right at the entrance to the town opposite the tourism information office.