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The Dali Museum Saint Petersburg

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The Dali Museum
1 Dali Blvd
Saint Petersburg
FL
33701
Tel: 727-823-3767

Where are we going today?

Whether you are a fan of Dali or not, The Dali Museum is a fascinating experience for the whole family into his brilliant art world!

This Florida museum houses a collection rich in works from the entire career of Salvador Dali. He lived from 1904 to 1989 - so that's a pretty big career to cover. We hope you have a few hours!

The collection at the Dali Museum includes 96 oil paintings, as well as many original prints, books, drawings, manuscripts and photos.

The permanent collection a the museum covers a range of artworks and sculptures, including that famous melting clock print! Those younger kids will be able to appreciate the colors, and the images, and the older art lovers will be able to start talking about technique, and what they think the work means. 

A great introduction to art by one of the masters!

The Dali Museum also have temporary exhibits which are always worth checking out before they move on. The topics of these include candid moments from the artists life, or highlights of other artists, including students work!

Imagine seeing your own work on the walls of the Dali Museum - it's a great inspiration for those aspiring artists!

Kids and families are looked after at this museum, with events just for them! Dillydally with Dali lets kids discover his creative world through puzzles and games, and there are often film series that kids can enjoy.

Much more than just artwork on the walls, the Dali Museum is a full art and creative experience!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$24
  • Children$10 - $17
  • Free Under: 5 years
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

10am - 5:30pm daily. 8pm close Thursdays.

Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Teachers corner

They offer FREE K-12 field trips September through to May. These docent led tours are a great way for them to learn all about this amazing man, and his techniques. .

I'm Hungry!

Cafe Gala offers light Spanish-inspired fare. You must eat here as the food and drink aren't allowed in the galleries. .

Healthy Eating!

There are healthy options in the cafe for you!.

Any Top Tips?

Parking is $10, but free for members. .

Doing our bit

They love inspiring! They not only tell the story of Dali, but they allow you to sketch in the galleries to get creative yourself.

Need a little extra help?

If you have special needs, just speak to them upon arrival to see how they can help .

Can I get one of those?

There are hundreds of Dali-inspired items in the gift shop, from art, books and apparel. .

More information

The museum is open most holidays but with special holiday hours so check before you head on out!.

What people are saying?

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    The attraction for some is not the contents of the building but the building itself. Unique in design and acclaimed by most the architecture is most impressive. If you are fascinated with Dali or love surrealism it is the place for you. In addition, the museum is walking distance from the downtown area, easy to find with well place signs.

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    I absolutely adored it! I went with my aunt and we love art, just the outside was stunning! Whenever we walk on we found this giant spiral staircase that lead up to the paintings and inventions. It was just amazing! There was also a really nice restaurant and gift shop. For people who love art, I recommend this place 100℅!reccomend

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    Great way to spend a couple of hours.
    The cafe is disappointing in their service, prices and taste. We could not drink the coffee it was so awful.
    Everything else was nice when we went in June 2015. No workers were disrespectful nor ignoring us. We are a mixed race couple and had no problems. Actually everyone was very helpful and courteous to us.
    We decided to purchase a one year membership & are very happy with our benefits.

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    I had to pay $10 for parking and then $24 for the entrance fee. This is definitely one of the most expensive museums I've ever been to, considering that I've visited the best ones in New York and other major U.S. cities. There were guided tours in the upper gallery that has all of Dali's paintings. This is a great option if you don't want to carry around a traditional audio guide with you. The gardens around the museum are beautiful with some cool structures inspired by Dali's own physical appearance like a mustache statue and some of his painting...Read More

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    I was so disappointed and disgusted with the way me and my friend was treated, she's in town and wanted to see the exhibit, but the way the audio recording guy acted as if we weren't standing there and just skipped over us, showed how ignorant he was, I've been to the Dali museum before and never been disrespected like that (Overall the Dali is a great museum) needs new staff who respects people of all race, religion, and culture.

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I had to pay $10 for parking and then $24 for the entrance fee. This is definitely one of the most expensive museums I've ever been to, considering that I've visited the best ones in New York and other major U.S. cities. There were guided tours in the upper gallery that has all of Dali's paintings. This is a great option if you don't want to carry around a traditional audio guide with you. The gardens around the museum are beautiful with some cool structures inspired by Dali's own physical appearance like a mustache statue and some of his painting subjects like a melting clock on a bench.

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