Dalí Theatre-Museum by Night

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DALÍ BY NIGHT 2016 - 25TH. EDITION

  •  From 30 of July to 31st August 2016
     
    New guided tour!

    This summer evenings enjoy the magic of the Theatre-Museum Dalí with our new guided tours.

    In August, The TMD offers guided tours from Monday to Saturday, to discover the world's biggest surrealistic work under moon light.

    Monday, Wednesday and Friday 22.30  tours in Spanish and English

    Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 22.30 tours in Catalan and French

    Limited to groups of 25 people

    *Groups on a guided visit should assemble in the square in front of the Museum

    Book on line through our web page.

Next 30th July, the Dalí Theatre-Museum of Figueres will be inaugurating its twenty fifth nighttime opening seasons, which will end on 31st August. As each year, nighttime visits are from 10:00 pm to 1:00 am (last admission at 00:30 am). During that time visitors will be offered a glass of cava on one of the inner terraces, where a movie will also be projected (the weather permitting).

The Dalí Theatre-Museum, that is to say the world biggest surrealist object, was designed and conceived by Salvador Dalí himself to offer visitors a genuine experience that would draw them into his captivating and unique world. The nighttime visits, with a limited capacity of 500 people, are the perfect opportunity to  discover and enjoy the work and thought of a genius in an even more exceptional environment.

  •  From 10:00 pm to 1:00 am

(last admission at 00:30 am) 

  •  Capacity limited to 500 visitors/night

Price: €15.00
Includes entry to the Dalí·Jewels area

  •  Pre-sale tickets on this website


With the collaboration of Caves Castell de Peralada