Located on the picturesque waterfront of St. Petersburg’s downtown sits The Dalí Museum, world-renowned for its striking architecture and extensive collection of celebrated artist Salvador Dalí’s work. Explore the inspiring architecture and distinctive gardens, taste authentic Spanish cuisine, shop, wander, play and quench your curiosity for all that is Salvador Dalí and beyond.
Visit: The Dali Museum, St. Petersburg, FloridaThe Museum is open daily. Admission includes free audio guides, public docent tours, children’s activities and access to the Avant-garden. • Immerse yourself: Explore the life and works of Salvador Dalí, one of the greatest artists of the 20th century. The Dalí Museum is home to an unparalleled collection of Dalí artworks, including pieces from every moment and in every medium of his artistic activity. • Also on view: “Magritte & Dalí”, open Dec 15, 2018 - May 19, 2019. Showcasing carefully curated, exemplary pieces from René Magritte’s and Salvador Dalí’s works, the exhibitpushes back the curtain to reveal what lies beyond the simple appearance of painted images. • Travel Inside & Beyond the Art: Enjoy the remarkable marriage of art and technology in Dreams of Dalí, a virtual reality experience, as you explore Dalí’s painting Archaeological Reminiscence of Millet’s “Angelus.”Visit an unparalleled collection of works by renowned artist Salvador Dalí, from iconic melting images to imaginative visual illusions and avant-garde symbols. • Explore: See Salvador Dalí’s world, including masterworks, anti-art, surrealist creations and an award-winning virtual reality experience. • Learn: Join us for films, lectures, performances, readings, workshops, kids’ activities, youth & teen programs and more. • Dine: Enjoy chef-created seasonal tastes of Spain at Café Gala, with indoor and outdoor seating. • Play: Discover the Labyrinth and Mathematical Garden and leave a wish on the living Wish Tree in our Avant-garden. • Shop: Find hundreds of Dalí-inspired items, from souvenirs to clothing, jewelry, toys, prints, books and locally sourced products.