- Daily Hours 10:00am - 5:30pm
- Thursdays open late! 10:00am - 8:00pm
- Sunday 12:00pm - 5:30pm
Last admission ticket sold at:
5:15 (7:45pm on Thursday).
Galleries and third floor close at:
5:30 (8pm on Thursday).
Store remains open 30 minutes after closing.
Convenient on-site parking is available for $5, Free for Members. Valet parking is not available at this time. There are also various downtown surface lots, street parking or city parking garages and then the St Petersburg Downtown Looper trolley. Parking fees vary.
Arts Alive Parking
All Dali Museum visitors will receive FREE parking on Arts Alive day. Parking is limited. A great alternative is St. Petersburg Trolley Downtown Looper or the Central Avenue Trolley, with daily service between 10am-5pm, every 15 minutes. For more information, visit www.loopertrolley.com. Metered street parking is also available throughout Downtown St. Pete.
Main Museum Contact
One Dali Blvd,
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Approaching via Tampa
Take I-275 southbound across the Howard Frankland Bridge to St. Petersburg. Take exit #22 (I-175 E) towards Tropicana Field Follow I-175 until end, turns into Dali Blvd (aka: 5th Ave S) Dali Museum will be on your left after 4th light.
Approaching via Clearwater
Take U.S. 19 southbound and follow to 1st Avenue South in St. Petersburg. Take a left onto 1st Avenue South. Follow 1st Ave S to 4th Street South. Take a right onto 4th Street South. Follow 4th St S to Dali Blvd (aka: 5th Ave S) Take a left onto Dali Blvd (aka: 5th Ave S) Dali Museum will be on your left after 3rd light.
Approaching via Sarasota
Take I-75 N to I-275 northbound across the Sunshine Skyway (toll cost $1.25) to St. Petersburg. Take exit #22 (I-175 E) towards Tropicana Field Follow I-175 until end, turns into Dali Blvd (aka: 5th Ave S) Dali Museum will be on your left after 4th light.
Enjoy special hotel package offers which may include Dali Museum tickets from a wide range of preferred hotels in the Tampa Bay area.
The museum’s galleries are wheelchair accessible.The museum has three wheelchairs for public use, which are available on a first come, first serve basis, and cannot be reserved.
There are designated accessible parking spaces located in the blacktop parking lots immediately adjacent to the museum’s south side.
The museum’s current building was designed and constructed according to current ADA standards. In the course of planning for future expansions and renovations, the Dali Museum is committed to a building providing full access to all.