- Daily Hours 10:00am - 5:30pm
- Thursdays 10:00am - 8:00pm
Last ticket sold at 5:15pm
(7:45pm on Thurs).
Museum Store and Gardens remain open for 30 minutes after closing.
2015 Holiday Hours
The Dali is open 7 days/week most of the year. The Museum is closed Thanksgiving Day (Nov 26) and Christmas Day (Dec 25) with other special holiday hours. Learn More
Convenient on-site parking is available for $10, free for members (as available). There are also various downtown surface lots, street parking or city parking garages and then the St Petersburg Downtown Looper trolley. Parking fees vary.
Main Museum Contact
One Dali Blvd, St. Petersburg, FL 33701
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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.
Photography in Galleries
Still photography and smart phone video in the Museum’s permanent collection galleries is permitted for private, non-commercial use only*. We do not permit flash photography or video lighting at any time, nor selfie sticks or tripods.
Photography in special exhibitions is determined at the time of the exhibit. Please review on-site signs or check with a member of Museum staff for clarification on our photographic policy for these exhibitions.
*To request permission for professional photography or for commercial use, please email PR@thedali.org.
Accessibility At The Dali Museum
The Museum’s galleries are wheelchair accessible. The Museum has four 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 and west sides.
The building was designed and constructed according to current ADA standards. In the course of planning for future expansions and renovations, The Dali is committed to a building providing full access to all.
Service and Emotional Support Animals
Service Animals* – The Dali complies with all ADA requirements and accepts service animals in the museum as defined in the ADA 2010.
The Dalli does not permit Emotional Support Animals (ESA)** on site. Emotional Support Animals or Comfort Animals are often used as part of a medical treatment plan as therapy animals, are not considered service animals under the ADA.
*Types of Service Dogs may include, but are not limited to:
Mobility Aid Dog
Seizure Alert Dog
Hearing Alert Dog
Diabetes Alert Dog
Migraine Alert Dog
Narcolepsy Alert Dog
Seizure Response Dog
Psychiatric Service Dog
**Types of Emotional Support Animals may include, but are not limited to:
Animals to relieve loneliness
Animals to help with depression
Animals to help with anxiety
Animals to help with certain phobias
Storage of Personal Items During Your Visit
The Museum does not provide personal storage areas (coat check).
To ensure the safety of the collection, the Museum does not allow visitors to carry into the galleries:
- large backpacks
- luggage of any size including small carry-ons
- umbrellas (of any size)
- roller-blades or skateboards
- bike helmets
- large child back carriers
Items left in the open shelving units are not the responsibility of the Museum.
Musical instruments are not permitted in the Museum (except those coming for special sanctioned Museum events/performances).
The Museum reserves the right to decide what can and cannot be taken into the galleries.
Sketching In Galleries
Individuals may sketch with pencil on a small (9” x 12” or smaller) hand-held pad during public hours in the permanent collection galleries. Sketching in special exhibition galleries is by permission only, subject to lender and gallery restrictions.
The Museum's Lost and Found
If you have left something behind at the Museum, please call the Security Office at 727-623-4741, during regular hours of operation.
Recreational Vehicle Parking
Standard-sized recreational vehicle (RV) parking is permitted in The Dalí Museum parking lot if the vehicle fits into a standard parking space (9-feet wide by 18-feet long) and does not impede other parked vehicles from any direction, which is determined at the discretion of Museum personnel.
Over-sized recreational vehicles: The Dalí parking lot has two (2) oversized parking spaces located in the northwest corner of the parking lot. A recreational vehicle may park in either of these spots, if available, on a first come first served basis at the discretion of Museum personnel. Visitors are not guaranteed that the oversized vehicle spots will be available at the time of their visit. The two parking spots are also used for motor coaches, school buses and limo parking.
Standard-sized Recreational Vehicle (RV) $10
Over-sized Recreational Vehicle (RV) $20
Parking fees are charged for the time that the visitor is inside the Museum.
The garden labyrinth structure is made of hedges with a single, swirling pathway that always leads to the center of the labyrinth and returns. It is open 30 minutes prior to opening (9:30am) and remains open for 30 minutes after the galleries close. It is constructed to promote a time of quiet reflection and soulful contemplation. For the enjoyment of all, please stay on the paths within the labyrinth and enjoy the peace and serenity of this quiet space. Thank you for keeping our garden beautiful.
For the safety of our visitors, roller-blades, bicycles, and skateboards are prohibited in the garden.
Weapons must be checked with Security upon entrance to the Museum. This includes: knives, box cutters, and scissors.
Food and Beverage
Café Gala offers light Spanish-inspired fare during regular Museum gallery hours. The cafe is located on the first floor of the Museum. Inside and outside garden seating is available. No reservations needed.
Food and drink (including bottled water) are not allowed in the Museum’s galleries.
Questions on Policies?
If you have questions about the policy, please contact the Security Office at 727-623-4741 during regular hours of operation or email firstname.lastname@example.org.