Dalí Espace Montmartre
Place du Tertre
It would be hard to miss the place du Tertre, one of the most touristy spots in all of Paris. Although today it’s filled with visitors,...
Église St-Pierre de Montmartre
This church, all that remains of the former Benedictine Abbey of Montmartre, dates back to the 12th century and is one of the oldest in...
Musée de Montmartre
The Montmartre Museum displays paintings, lithographs and documents mostly relating to the area’s rebellious and bohemian past. It’s...
Au Rendez-Vous des Amis
If you need to ease your way up or down the steps of Montmartre, look no further than this kick-back cafe-bar, which serves inexpensive...
Chez Plumeau caters to those who have just had their portraits done on place du Tertre. But for a tourist haunt it’s not too bad (it...
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Dalí Espace Montmartre information
More than 300 works by Salvador Dalí (1904–89), the flamboyant Catalan surrealist printmaker, painter, sculptor and self-promoter, are on display at this surrealist-style basement museum located just west of place du Tertre. The collection includes Dalí’s strange sculptures (most in reproduction), lithographs, and many of his illustrations and furniture, including the famous Mae West lips sofa.