Dalí Theatre-Museum this summer
The Dalí Theatre-Museum: the largest surrealist object in the world where you can discover Dalí's unique and personal universe.
A magical and thought-provoking experience.
Opening times and prices
Dalí Theatre-Museum by day: 01/07 - 30/09 from 9 am to 8 pm, last entry 7.15 pm
Dalí Theatre-Museum by night: 28/07 - 01/09 from 10 pm to 1 am, last entry 12.30 am
|Individuals||14€||Single ticket. Includes Dalí·Jewels exhibition.|
|Groups (+25 pax)||9€||Advanced booking required. Includes Dalí·Jewels exhibition.|
* Children up to 8 years old admitted free of charge.Purchase tickets > View all prices >
How to get here
Plaça Gala-Salvador Dalí, 5
Only 1.5 hours from Barcelona and 40 minutes from Perpignan.
Accessibility at The Dalí Theatre-MuseumDownload the map
The particular complexity of the Dalí Theatre-Museum, built on the ruins of a former theatre, makes access 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, where one can admire the area under the dome, and a selection of emblematic works by Salvador Dalí displayed in the Treasure Room; the ground floor and the exhibition space under the stage area, where there is the painter's crypt, as well as drawings, engravings, etc., and, in the Fishmongers' Room, an exhibition of representative paintings from various periods. The Museum has accessible toilets for people with reduced mobility.
Unfortunately, it is impossible to access the rest of the Museum in a wheelchair.
Access for people with reduced mobility is via Plaça Gala-Salvador Dalí, next to the terrace-bars. Please inform the museum staff if you need to use this entrance.