Dalí Theatre Museum

Price guide: Mid-range

Gala-Salvador Dalí Square, 5, Figueres, 17600

Price guide: Mid-range

Dali Theatre Museum
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expert-rated things to do in Costa Brava
Expert overall rating:4.4 out of 5
Value for money:
Recommended for:
Backpackers / Students, Couples, Culture vultures, Seasoned travellers, Singles, Art, Design and architecture, Education, Sightseeing

Best for Culture - Expert review of Dalí Theatre Museum

Fantastically surreal museum – a must for Dalí lovers.

This could almost be called Dalí World, if it didn’t make it sound so tacky as this is very much the complete Dali experience. And I mean that in a good way. There are plenty of impressive paintings and artworks here too but the most famous ones are generally in major art museums elsewhere in the world. If you like Dalí though, this is definitely not to be missed.

Everything about this place is bizarre from the pink facade (complete with golden eggs) to the interior courtyard with two 1950s Cadillacs and a version of Michelangelo’s 'David' made of tyres. The Mae West room is where the ‘lips’ sofa combine with drapes and a massive portrait to create a trompe l’oeil vision of her face.

Be warned however, this is one of the most popular attractions on the Costa Brava, so regardless of what time of year you visit, you’re more than likely to need to allow at least an hour if not longer queuing for admission.

Price advice: 

Admission is 11 euros or 8 euros for students, unemployed or OAPs on production of relevant ID.

Expert tips: 
As above, be prepared to spend time queuing, particularly if you're visiting in the summer.

More information on Dalí Theatre Museum:

Price guide:
Art gallery, Museum
Gala-Salvador Dalí Square, 5, Figueres, 17600
972 677 500
Months open:
All year round
Opening times:
Opens between 9am and 10am depending on season and closes at 5.15pm or 7.15pm, again depending on season. Check website for details.
Free tags / Keywords:
Salvador Dali, Art, surrealism

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