Dali Theatre-Museum (Teatro-Museo Dali), Figueres

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4.4/5 based on 4,200+ reviews on the web
Visit the hometown of Spain’s beloved surrealist painter at Dali Theatre-Museum (Teatro-Museo Dali). Built upon the remains of a former theater, the museum houses the single largest and most diverse collection of the artist’s work and was designed with the help of Dalí himself. Admire works created exclusively for the museum on the high ceilings of the wind palace room or tour the Dalí gallery to see dozens of his jewelry designs and pieces. You can also visit the crypt with Dalí’s grave. located at the center of museum. Catch the fast train from Barcelona to avoid the hassle of taking a car. Plan to see Dali Theatre-Museum (Teatro-Museo Dali) and other attractions that appeal to you using our Figueres itinerary builder.
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  • Everything you would expect from a Dali museum. A wonderful tribute to his work and his life. This place is a must visit for Dali fans. 
  • It's been long that I wanted to make this Museum and I was a little disappointed by this place, I expected more. Very nice view from the outside, but inside I was expecting to see more paintings and works.
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  • To see at least once in his life. We love art or not the genius haunts all the space in this place. Many works are surprising. Pay attention to the comments of other visitors we have decrypter details surprising and not obvious at first glance. Visit nearly 2 hours but we see not the time pass. Backpacks must remain in setpoint not bags in hand. The price includes the Dali Museum gem about 50 meters from the Museum. See also.
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  • Great works of art and great museum. Unfortunatelly, lately the experience is bitterned by the huge ammount of visitors... you can hardly walk less so admire many of the works. Groups of tourist clouding the views. Very little supervision means people go around taking flash pictures when it is "strictly" prohibited. Anything goes, so it seems, when you are after making money
  • On our roadtrip we made a stop for the Dali museum. Kinda confused at first, that there were actually 2 museums, one for the jewellery and the actual museum we finally go to the right one. Admission was kinda expensive for my taste, 15€, but I am not a regular when it comes to museums I gotta say :) I am somewhat familiar with Dali, so I was hoping for a few pictures which I know, guess what? Exactly none of my "favourites" were there, pretty sad :( After all it was a nice museum, but I expected more of the famous pictures :) And it was totally overcroweded, lots of school classes they kinda blocked everything and lots of other tourists as well, eventhough it's March and not exactly holiday season. Well next time I would probably go to Cadaques to Dalis house or visit another Dali thing somewhere in London, Berlin or somewhere else :) Still Dali had lots of other smaller paintings/sketches, was good afterall, but my expectations were way higher :(
  • Must see when in Barcelona. Get a nice train ride and enjoy the little crazy guy's amazing art...
  • This museum is a must visit for all Salvador Dali fans. Its unique design and large collection of Dali's art makes this place very interesting. Dali himself is also buried in this museum so you can also visit his crypt while you are there. Make sure you visit the Dali Jewels museum too.
  • Bonkers place as you'd expect. Fun for 20 minutes but personally I got bored. You can't take a pram around in there (lots of steps) but they have a secure place you can leave it and they even lent us a baby carrier :)
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