The Dalí Museum

1 Dalí Blvd.
St. Petersburg, FL 33701- Map It
(727) 823-3767

AAA Editor Notes

The Dalí Museum, jct. Bayshore Dr. S.E. and 5th Ave. S.E. at 1 Dalí Blvd., houses one of the largest collections of Spanish artist Salvador Dalí's works; its more than 2,000 pieces include 96 oil paintings, eight of which are master works. From the outside in, the museum entrances. A bulbous geodesic glass sculpture made of more than 900 triangular-shaped glass pieces sinuously wraps around a portion of the exterior. To enter the museum, visitors cross a footbridge through the Avant-Garden, comprised of a subtropical grotto, a hedge labyrinth, a wish tree and a stone patio. Inside, a helical spiral staircase climbs to the third floor, where two galleries and surrounding salons hold the collection. Dating from 1914-80, Dalí's paintings range from small impressionistic works to gigantic surrealistic montages. Sculptures, prints, photographs and other objects illustrate Dalí's artistic diversity. The museum also features a children's education classroom, a theater, temporary exhibits, family programs and special events. Note: Free audio tours in English and Spanish are available; a photo ID is required. Guided tours are available. Food is available. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.
$24; $22 (ages 65+ and military, law enforcement, teachers and firefighters with ID); $17 (ages 13-17 and students ages 18+ with ID); $10 (ages 6-12 and to all Thurs. 5-8); free (ages 0-5). Parking: $5-$10.
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30 (also Thurs. 5:30-8), Sun. noon-5:30. Last admission 15 minutes before closing. Free guided tours are generally given daily on the half-hour; phone ahead to confirm schedule. Closed Grand Prix weekend in March, Thanksgiving and Christmas.