View from below Dali Museum helical staircase

Museums for All

The Dalí Museum is proud to participate in the Museums for All program. Museums for All is a signature access program of the Institute of the Museum and Library Services (IMLS). The program encourages people of all backgrounds to visit museums regularly and build lifelong museum-going habits. Through Museums for All, those receiving food assistance (SNAP benefits) can gain free or reduced admission to more than 700 museums throughout the United States by presenting their EBT card.

To participate, simply purchase your Gallery Admission ticket to The Dalí Museum below. Gallery Admission is $3 for adults and free for children 5 and younger (valid for up to four individuals per EBT card). Gallery Admission includes access to the permanent collection and special exhibit art galleries, plus the CaféStore, community room and Avant-garden.

Dalí Alive 360˚ is a $15 add-on experience to a Gallery Admission ticket for all guests. Timed tickets are required for Dalí Alive 360˚ with approximately 10 showtimes daily.

Parking in The Dalí Museum lot is free (as available) for Museums for All ticket holders. Museums for All ticket holders also receive 10% off at the Museum Store. You will be asked to show your EBT card and photo ID at the Admissions Desk.

tips to prepare for your museum visit

  • Travel light: For safety reasons, backpacks, umbrellas and child back carriers are prohibited. Strollers are permitted. Free lockers are available on site.
  • Comfort is key: The temperature of The Dalí’s galleries is set at ~70° F to protect the art. Be sure to dress accordingly; comfortable shoes are also recommended.
  • Download the App: The free Dalí Museum App has self-guided tours, including a family mustache tour, an AR experience and more. Download in advance of your visit and bring headphones.
  • Look deeper: Dalí’s works are full of details and stories to tell. Ask yourself, “What do you see?” and feel free to speak with a Gallery Guide during your visit.
  • Family fun: The Stavros Education Center allows children to explore the creative world of Salvador Dalí through Dalí-inspired arts & crafts.
  • Take a rest: If you need a break, stop by the Contemplation Room, Café Gala or the Avant-garden to recharge.
  • Stay safe, stay surreal: Learn about our health & safety measures at the Museum.
  • For more information and FAQs, visit our visitor information page.
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About The Dalí Museum
The Dalí Museum, located in picturesque downtown St. Petersburg, Florida, is home to one of the most acclaimed collections of a single modern artist in the world, with over 2,000 works representing every moment and medium of Salvador Dalí’s creative life. The Dalí is recognized internationally by the Michelin Guide with a three-star rating; has been deemed “one of the top buildings to see in your lifetime” by AOL Travel News; and was named one of the 10 most interesting museums in the world by Architectural Digest. The Dalí’s acclaimed digital experiences have received numerous national and international awards for creative innovation. The Museum is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to preserve Dalí’s legacy for generations to come and serve as an active resource in the cultural life of the community and the world at large. 

About the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)
The Institute of Museum and Library Services is the primary source of federal support for the nation’s 123,000 libraries and 35,000 museums. Our mission is to inspire libraries and museums to advance innovation, lifelong learning and cultural and civic engagement. Our grant making, policy development and research help libraries and museums deliver valuable services that make it possible for communities and individuals to thrive. To learn more, visit

About Association of Children’s Museums (ACM)
The Association of Children’s Museums (ACM) champions children’s museums worldwide. With more than 460 members in 50 states and 19 countries, ACM leverages the collective knowledge of children’s museums through convening, sharing and dissemination. Learn more at