Salvador Dalí Museum, Inc.

The Museum Reopens July 1

The Museum Reopens July 1

The Museum Reopens July 1


We are excited to announce The Dalí Museum’s reopening.

From June 24-28 we will open our doors to our members, and to the public beginning on July 1 with late hours Thursdays and Fridays. We will offer free admission to all health care workers from July 1-5 as a thank-you for their essential care in these trying times. We will also extend special hours for seniors each Wed & Thu 10-11am.

In many ways this time has reminded us of the things we need and what we can do without. It has sharpened our awareness of our interdependence and what is most precious to us. We are hungry to start over, urgent to pick up again the best of what we remember of ourselves and our society. Our culture is at the top of the list because in the arts we explore our values and know that a good life demands we must align our actions to those values.

The Museum has implemented a variety of health and safety precautions for our visitors, staff, members and volunteers. We are also making some important changes to our hours, ticketing and Museum experience, which you can read more about here.

We invite you to return to The Dalí for new shows and an unparalleled collection. You will find inspiration and reflection within our walls and in our garden. We look forward to welcoming you back.

Stay safe. Stay surreal.
Hank Hine,
Executive Director
and the Staff of The Dalí Museum

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If someday I may die, though it is unlikely, I hope the people in the cafés will say, ‘Dalí has died, but not entirely.’ – Salvador Dalí