The unique architecture of the Dalí Theatre-Museum, located inside the ruins of a former theatre, makes access to the building difficult for people with reduced mobility.
The sections of the museum that can be visited in a wheelchair are: the central courtyard with the Rainy Cadillac installation; the stage, located under the dome and presenting a selection of key works by Salvador Dalí in the Treasure Room; the ground floor and the under-stage area, where there is the painter's crypt, drawings, engravings, etc., and an exhibition of paintings representing various periods in the Fishmongers' Room.
Unfortunately, it is impossible to access the rest of the museum in a wheelchair.
Access for persons in wheelchair is at the Gala Dalí Square, next to the terrace-bars, upon notification to the museum staff.
The Dalí·Jewels area is adapted for people with reduced mobility.
|Any type of disability from 50%||FREE ENTRY|
In cases of physical disability with reduced mobility or need to use a wheelchair
FREE ENTRY FROM 33%