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Daily Hours 10:00am - 5:30pm
Thursdays & Fridays 10:00am - 8:00pm

Last ticket sold at 5:15pm
(7:45pm on Thurs & Fri).

Museum Store and Gardens remain open for 30 minutes after closing.

Note: The Museum opens regularly at noon on Sunday and closes at 5:30pm on Fridays. We are pleased to offer extended hours during the Picasso/Dali, Dali/Picasso exhibition (Nov 8, 2014-Feb 16, 2015). Standard Museum hours will resume Feb 17, 2015.


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Adults
General Admission: 18-64 $24
Seniors: 65+ $22
Military, Police, Firefighters $22
Children
Teens: 13-17 & College: 18+ w/ID $17
Children: 6-12 $10
Children: 5 and younger FREE
Specials
After 5pm on Thursday: Adults $10
After 5pm on Thursday: Children $8
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The “Road” Scholars Lecture Series presents, “Jawsome: Shark and Fish Research at the University of South Florida featuring Philip Motta, Ph.D.”

Tuesday, Aug. 12th, 7:00PM–8:00PM
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Professor Philip Motta of the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Integrative Biology at USF will discuss his lab’s research on the feeding biology of sharks and bony fishes. From tracking studies of Goliath grouper to bite force in bull sharks, his research investigates the fascinating world of fish feeding and the many adaptations for pre capture in sharks. From whale sharks to hammerhead sharks, Motta and his team of students have studied feeding for more than 25 years. His classes in fish and shark biology allow USF students to partake in the research through field trips.

Location: The Dali Museum’s Raymond James Community Room. Cost: Free to all. RSVP preferred: www.usf.edu/ua/rsvp

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