Are you fascinated by Dalí? At the Museu Dalí, you'll have the opportunity to explore the artist's universe and follow his artistic trajectory.
The Dalí Museum needs no introduction. Inaugurated in 1974 and built on the site of the former Teatre Municipal of Figueres, it's considered to be the final great work of Salvador Dalí. In fact, it was conceived and designed by the artist himself with the aim of offering visitors an authentic experience, and letting them explore his own particular and fantastic universe. Inside, the collection enables visitors to appreciate the artistic trajectory of Dalí, from his first artistic experiences focused on Impressionism and Cubism, Surrealism, nuclear mysticism and his passion for science up to the final works that he painted. What's more, there are also works by Antoni Pitxot, El Greco and Duchamp, among others. Two interesting features worth pointing out: Dalí was baptised in the church opposite the museum and he was buried in the former theatre itself.
|Venue name:||Museu Dalí|
Pl. de Gala-Salvador Dalí, 5
|Opening hours:||Jan-Feb 10.30am-6pm. Mar-Jun 9.30am-6pm. Jul-Sep 9am-8pm. Oct 9.30am-6pm. Nov-Dec 10.30am-6pm. Closed Mon except from Jun to Sep, and Mar 21 and 28, Apr 18, May 2 and 16.|
|Price:||Individual: €14. Reduced: €10, groups: €9 or €10 and night-time visits: €15. Free entry for children up to age 8, members of the Friends of the Dalí Museum and museum employees.|